Teaching Children to Clean
The Ready-Set-Go Solution That Works!
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By the time a child is sixteen, they should be able to clean every room in the house.
This book contains step-by-step instructions for teaching children and teenagers to clean an entire house. Plus many other life skills such as doing laundry, loading a dishwasher properly, and making a bed.
Cleaning is not an option, it's a necessity! If your child doesn't learn, it'll plague them the rest of their lives. According to the latest research, teaching your child to clean may be the most important thing you ever do for them! You want your child to learn basic life skills, but finding the time for accomplishing this seems to get more difficult each day. What's the answer? A new approach, that practically does it for you! You'll find it in these pages and even more:
* The research on children & cleaning
* Proven tactics to get the job done
* Chore charts for every age
* Room evaluations for easier cleaning
* What tools they need
* Safe green cleaning solutions, you can make yourself
* Checklists for detailed cleaning in every room
* How to clean appliances
* How to do laundry, set the table and everyday chores
* How to take care of pets
* Fun cleaning games
Knowing how to take care of yourself in your everyday environment is a skill no one should be without!
Download free chore charts below
I needed this book when I was just beginning! If that’s where you are, then this is perfect. Read complete review at website below...
Adrienne Falkena, The Old Schoolhouse ® Magazine, LLC, July 2017
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About the Author
Schar Ward credits her mother with instilling in her many years ago a passion for cleaning while living on a farm in Linn Missouri.
At the age of twenty-one, she married and moved with her husband to St. Paul, Minnesota, where she began a job as a professional housecleaner. Her meticulous cleaning soon put her in demand. In 1973 she started a small residential cleaning service. Within a short time, her service Domestic Engineering had grown to the point that she was employing several people and found herself with a corporation.
She realized the need for people to learn to clean properly and used her experience to write helpful cleaning books, she also began giving workshops that combined humor and hands-on cleaning help.
Schar has appeared on HGTV, done television tours for Lysol, Murphy Oil Soap and Borax. She was the Green Cleaning Lady on the Twin Cities Live show in St. Paul, Minnesota for two years, wrote a column for Dog Fancy magazine teaching natural cleaning for dogs and has published numerous newspaper and magazine articles on cleaning. Schar's other home care books, Coming Clean: Dirty Little Secrets from a Professional Housecleaner and It's About Time: Time Saving Tips for Every Day - Home or Away, have helped thousands of people gain control of their house. She lives in Stillwater, Minnesota and keeps happily busy, teaching the world to clean.