Managers Of Their Chores Managers A practical guide to children s chores In the same way that Managers ofTheir Homes facilitatted the process of dreating a custom schedule that fits a family s needs Managers of Their Chores tackles f

  • Title: Managers Of Their Chores (Managers, 1)
  • Author: Steven Maxwell Teri Maxwell
  • ISBN: 9780966910797
  • Page: 138
  • Format: None
  • A practical guide to children s chores In the same way that Managers ofTheir Homes facilitatted the process of dreating a custom schedule that fits a family s needs, Managers of Their Chores tackles family chores Managers of Their Chores puts the means into parents hands that will allow them to be successful in a chore system with their children.

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    1. I am giving this book 5 stars not because I thought the writing was phenomenal, it was clear concise and simple to understand, it's not even getting 5 stars because the chore system is all stellar (it is good and we will be using it). This book gets 5 stars because it's anointed. I didn't realize that learning to assemble chore packs from my kids would bring up issues of bitterness, resentment, entitlement and kindly call me into repentance. This book has been prayed over by the authors and Holy [...]

    2. The chore system is detailed and clearly outlined in their book. There was quite a bit of repetition, but we have been using the Chore pack successfully for the past year.

    3. This book takes you through step-by-step on all the benefits of having your children help with daily maintenance of the home. The authors explain how to equip your children for life by doing tasks that they can handle on their own. I, personally, was not given chores as a child and when I went off to college and roomed in a townhouse, I was ill-equipped to help with the cleaning (besides the general sweeping and vacuuming) of our home-away-from-home. It only got worse after I got married as ever [...]

    4. I have read both Managers of Their Homes and Managers of their Chores. I love both these books!!! They are wonderful. Some people think you only need them if you have a "large" family but I say you will benefit from whether you have one or twenty-one children. Everyone can always use a little help to make themselves better. This book is the best one I have found for all my questions about chores. From the who-gets-what to the how or the many other myriads of questions that come up, this book is [...]

    5. This book lays out a very organized step by step sequence for implementing a chore system. The system itself is excellent and I hope will be very helpful for my family.The book has a strong fundamental Christian outlook. I knew this when I bought it, so I just ignored what did not apply to me (raising girls to be only homekeepers, submissive wives, etc). But this could be bothersome to others. The book also had way too many introductory chapters for me before getting to the chore system planing [...]

    6. Really helpful in giving you the WHY of implementing a chore system for your kids, before giving you the HOW. Definitely Christian/Biblically based.

    7. So far this is giving me some great ideas -- This is a Christian book and I really like the approach they are taking.

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