Teach your child to carry out basic chores that are not too difficult to master, or too dangerous to try alone. Tidying up around the house and keeping their own room neat, will encourage orderly thinking and responsibility for the future. Do not expect your child to do everything perfectly, many of the tasks can be a combined effort, such as making the bed properly.
Help make your child's chores easier by using pictures to label toy and clothing drawers, shelves and boxes. Assigning simple chores to your child that save you a bit of effort, will give your child a feeling of pride and accomplishment by being useful to the household. To make the tasks more enjoyable and feel less like work, play music or a song that is appropriate to the activities your child is involved in.