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Inspire your kids to clean up after themselves with this collection of picture books about cleaning up.
Whether its clearing the dinner table, taking out the garbage, or cleaning their rooms, chores teach children responsibility and self reliance. Tania has few good words to say about anyone, and has a great many unresolved issues with many people. As a result, you can see quite clearly what you need in life and what you don’t, and what you should and shouldn’t do. When I’m in need of great book recommendations for kids, I turn to my friend Lauren Bercuson, the blogger behind Happily Ever Elephants . Helping with real tasks is a natural progression from pretend play, and is a crucial stage in a child’s development.
I Tidy Up After I Play written and illustrated by Esther Burgueño – This book is part of the “Bit by Bit I Learn More and I Grow Big” series. Kondo's best-seller The Life-Changing Magic of Tidying Up: The Japanese Art of Decluttering and Organizing has been published in more than 30 countries.
There's hope and help available to us, and the road to healthier thoughts and peak happiness may actually be shorter than you think. We were fated by nature, the Experts intoned, to a sad, lifelong slide toward mental and physical enfeeblement. I still have the well worn copy that my mom read to me, and it's been a great tool for me to teach my kids about the value of having a clean house. In Cleaning Up Your Mental Mess , she teaches you how to make the most of your powerful mind and take back control over your thinking to live your best life and reach your full potential.It was fascinating to examine the various approaches to tidying and look at the examples of tidying within different homes. Aligned to Letters and Sounds, this contemporary series broadens children's subject knowledge, while consolidating their phonics learning and improving their reading fluency. I promise that if you grab some of these books, you’ll help your kiddos recognize that tidying up can be gratifying and -- dare I say it?