Wednesday, September 05, 2012

Everyday Homemaking-Molly Crew

Everyday Homemaking is so full of practical ideas for homeschool, home and cooking and was a great help in setting up a chore system for our family that actually worked for us.
I was fortunate to review The Everday Family Chore System and it has literally changed how my son cleans, organizes and studies. He's on the Autistic
spectrum and often stuggles with remembering to finish a task once he has started it and he also gets overwhelmed and won't know where to start.  I've tried everything and nothing has worked for him until now! 

 The age suggestion is 2 years-teens, and you can buy it for $17.99 in a digital download, or $19.99 for the coil-bound option. I received the digital download but ended up printing out most of it and putting it into a binder.

This book has 3 sections

1.  Laying a Foundation-This section talks about training our children to become ready to leave our house and how we need to teach them while they are at home so they are ready to make that leap when the time comes.  I love that she had age appropriate chores, I often struggle with this. 

2. Implementing the Plan- This section explains how the system works and how you can modify it for your family if you need to. How to teach them and to motivate!

3. The Actual Chore System- This section was fantastic and very helpful with many printables and the How-to-do-it cards were a God send to my son.

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Thanks for reading,

1 comment:

Rebekah {honeyandcheese} said...

I'm so glad the chore system is helpful for your family, especially for your son! Thanks for reviewing the book. -Vicki (signed in under daughter's name to leave comment)

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