15 Clever Products Designed To Trick Your Kids Into Liking House Chores

15 Clever Products Designed To Trick Your Kids Into Liking House Chores

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lighterside-staff-authorBy Lighter Side Staff  |  Read More

Chores. I don’t care how old you are, that word just makes you want to cringe a little. Here are some great ideas for making chores suck a little less for your kids.

1. This laundry hamper lets them practice their basketball skills while cleaning their rooms.

Via Toys R’ Us

2. This brush will entertain any kid by letting them blow bubbles while washing dishes.

Via Fred and Friends

3. Now they can box their dirty boxers with this laundry hamper punching bag.

Via Amazon

4. Here’s a salad chopper that’ll make preparing dinner into a karate challenge.

Via Amazon

5. This grime-cleaning marker will let them create art out of bathroom grime while cleaning it up.

Via suck.uk.com

6. Here’s a backpack vacuum cleaner for any older kids who complain about how heavy the standard vacuum is.

Via Hammacher Schlemmer

7. Now they can dance and do the moonwalk while cleaning the floor with these mop slippers.

Via Amazon

8. If your older kids are into magicians and magic tricks, they might get a kick out of sharpening knives on this “volunteer” sharpener.

Via Fred and Friends

9. This toy duster car will make cleaning up crumbs a fun game for any kid.

Via Japan Trend Shop

10. Replace the ol’ feather duster with this funny monkey glove dusting cloth.

Via Fred and Friends


11. These cooking spoons will let a musically gifted child give a drum roll before serving a special dish.

Via Fred and Friends

12. if you know they’re going to make a mess, you might as well help them make a sport out of it.

Via suck.uk.com

13. These puppet dish gloves will put a smile on any kid’s face while washing dishes.

Via Fred and Friends

14. Inspire your little sports stars to fold their socks with these ball socks.

Via suck.uk.com

15. To-do lists are never exciting. But now there’s a Role Play app for that… called Epic Win.

Talk about chore incentive! Now your kids can earn experience points by completing tasks on chore list. The more tasks they complete, the more of a hero they become.

Via rexbox.co.uk