Kids are the cutest humans ever, and we love them to bits. We do have to admit, though, that the trail of destruction they leave behind sometimes makes us go crazy.
If you’ve had your heart jump after stepping on a squeaky toy or had to stumble over a mountain of stuffed animals, you’ll understand what I mean. My four-year-old niece brings with her an army of unicorns wherever she goes and it is just insane!
I used to tell myself that the bending exercise was good for my health. But after a week of running after Rosy and Coco (the top-tier unicorns among my niece’s toys, I believe) and seeing them mysteriously pop up in another area of the house I’ve cleaned up, it was time to take proactive steps.
Getting kids to clean sounds impossible, but as it turns out, it’s easier than we think. Kids gravitate to play, and anything related to fun and games is something they will want to get involved in.
When you want to trick kids into cleaning, it’s all about tickling the senses! As long as the cleaning task looks, smells, sounds, feels, and tastes like something they can play or have fun with, kids will be raising their hands to join in no time.