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Mom reveals the ingenious ‘treasure map’ trick she uses to get her daughter to do chores

Mum reveals the ingenious ‘treasure map’ trick she uses to get her daughter, three, to do odd jobs and daily tasks at home

  • A woman shared her trick to encourage her daughter to do chores
  • The mother makes cards that her daughter follows every morning and evening
  • “If I don’t make a play of everyday tasks, it can lead to arguments,” she wrote
  • The mother shared the tip with the Facebook group Mums Who Clean Australian
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Since children are now home more than usual because of the coronavirus outbreak, a smart mom shared her trick to encourage her daughter to do household chores and daily chores.

An Australian mother revealed that she makes treasure maps for her three-year-old to encourage her to do household chores every morning and night.

“My daughter likes games and if I don’t make a game out of everyday tasks, it could lead to arguments,” the mother wrote online, adding, “With this in mind, I created a treasure map where she ticks off the tasks and places must “visit” ‘.

The woman shared an image of two cards with the Mums Who Clean Facebook group.

An Australian mother revealed that she makes treasure maps (photo) for her three-year-old to encourage her to do household chores every morning and night.

An Australian mother revealed that she makes treasure maps (photo) for her three-year-old to encourage her to do household chores every morning and night.

The photo shows the two cards, one for the morning routine and the other for the evening routine.

“When she is finished, she will come to me (red marks the spot), where I will give her [the] honey, “the mother explained,” the woman wrote online.

“The treasure is usually a small reward, but it’s more the hunt for the present that she loves!”

The mom said the ‘treasure’ varies depending on their schedule, but sometimes a chocolate chip cookie, playing digital games, or watching YouTube videos for half an hour.

“When she is finished, she will come to me (red marks the spot), where I will give her [the] honey, “the mother explained,” the woman wrote online

The mom said the 'treasure' varies depending on their schedule, but sometimes includes a chocolate chip cookie, playing digital games, or watching YouTube videos for half an hour

The mom said the 'treasure' varies depending on their schedule, but sometimes includes a chocolate chip cookie, playing digital games, or watching YouTube videos for half an hour

The mom said the ‘treasure’ varies depending on their schedule, but sometimes includes a chocolate chip cookie, playing digital games, or watching YouTube videos for half an hour

The woman also mentioned the evening routine that specifically helps when her daughter feels “restless” and wants to “help in her own way.”

This card consists of making the bed, putting all the dirty clothes in a basket or putting clothes away, storing all the toys, setting the table, reading a book and then seeing mom.

“I help her read it and build her confidence when she starts to recognize the meanings behind the drawings,” she said.

The woman also mentioned the evening routine that specifically helps when her daughter feels 'restless' and 'wants to help in her own way'

The woman also mentioned the evening routine that specifically helps when her daughter feels 'restless' and 'wants to help in her own way'

The woman also mentioned the evening routine that specifically helps when her daughter feels ‘restless’ and ‘wants to help in her own way’

The Facebook post has currently received 913 likes and 115 comments.

‘We need [a] six-monthly treasure map, “said one user, another said,” I’ll have to try this with my daughter! another mother said.

“I could use this on my ‘grown up’ kids from Sydney who have returned home because of a one-time closure and shorter working hours. It seems that people have forgotten how to shower and / or use deodorant, “said a third.

Another said, “Love it! This sounds like our daughter (we used to have to play hide and seek to get her to take her medicine … even if we were late). You are brilliant! ‘

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