For my review, I chose the Everyday Family Chore System because with a new baby on the way, I knew I would need all the help I can get to maintain the house at this wonderfully busy time in our lives. This review could not have come at a more perfect time for me and my family. It has allowed me to set up a system that works, show my children the correct way to do things around the home, and allowed them to step up and help out, which allows them the feeling of accomplishing something all while learning important life skills.
The Everyday Family Chore System eBook was easy to use, easy to understand and easy to implement into our daily lives. This is the second book in Vicki Bentley’s Everyday Homemaking series. The book begins by explaining who Vicki Bentley is and why she created this series for homemaking. It continues with explanations on child training, putting a plan into action and creating the actual chore system to use in your own home. There are How-to-Do it cards to print and use through every step with your children, as well as blank cards to print and create for your own method of doing things that need done in your home.
Though we only had a short time to review this product during a very busy and stressful time in our life, we still found it very useful and it is definitely something we will continue to build upon as we adjust to living with our new little family member in our life. The kids enjoy the simple methods laid out through the book for organizing and cleaning. To be honest, I did too. The whole system was easy for us all to use.
The Everyday Family Chore System is available through www.everydayhomemaking.com for $19.99 for the print version or $17.99 for the eBook version. There is also a companion CD available for an additional $6. Or you can purchase both the Everyday Family Chore System plus Everyday Cooking cookbook for $34.98.
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*Disclaimer – This review was provided to me free in exchange for a blog post review from The Old Schoolhouse Molly Review Crew team and Everyday Homemaking.