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7 Bathroom Chores your Toddler Can Do!

 It’s not that easy to get kids to help with house chores, particularly bathroom chores! Besides, how much help can you really expect from a young kid who can barely reach the sink or hold a floor mop? Nevertheless, getting kids involved in cleaning the house is a vital step towards making them more responsible.

7 bathroom chores your toddler can do

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Below are some easy bathroom chores that you can have your little angel do:

1. Wipe the Bathroom Counter

This task is an easy one, provided your bathroom counter isn’t two miles long! You can have your child do a quick swipe of your bathroom counter in the morning and/or every night after brushing his or her teeth.

7 Bathroom Chores your Toddler Can Do

2. Restock Toilet Paper

Restocking your toilet paper is one of the easiest things your toddler can do! You can get him/her in charge of this task so you won’t have to run out of toilet paper anymore.

7 Bathroom Chores your Toddler Can Do

3. Clean the Inside of the Bowl

Letting your child squeeze a squirt bottle filled with vinegar onto the sides of the bowl can be an interesting task for your preschooler. You can even add some food coloring to the vinegar to make this chore more fun for your little one! 

bathroom chores for toddlers

4. Hang Bath Towels

Using color-coded bath towels is a unique way of making each family member more responsible when it comes to keeping or arranging their own stuff. You can then have your toddler hang each towel on the rack so the towels will stay where they belong!

7 Bathroom Chores your Toddler Can Do

5. Arrange Bath Toys

Having a toy storage like this one in your bathroom is an effective way of teaching your toddler to arrange their bath toys after use!

bathroom chores for toddlers

6. Cleaning Glass Doors

Young kids tend to get fascinated with cleaning glass windows and doors because they are allowed to play with spray bottles! This is one task you can have your little child do on a regular basis.

bathroom chores for toddlers

7. Clean the Bathroom Floor

This bathroom chore is a safe one for small kids as long as it’s done with your supervision and with the right cleaning tools as well!

bathroom chores for toddlers



7 bathroom chores your toddler can do


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Elizabeth Voyles

Monday 26th of December 2016

Great article! I am always looking for ways to start teaching my toddler age daughter about helping out with family cleaning tasks.