Doing chores is not a pleasant thing for children, but chores are essential in children's growth. Getting kids involved in age-appropriate chores can help them learn life skills, organizational skills and time management, developing self-reliance and habits of independence. In the long run, children will benefit greatly from doing chores at an early age. Therefore, many parents begin to get their children to participate in chores, but how to make children actively participate in housework is still a complex problem to solve.
A study shows that parents will encourage or reward children to learn to do simple chores, such as folding clothes, in order for them to participate actively and peacefully in housework. However, sometimes folding clothes is difficult and uninteresting, even more so for children. Fortunately, folding tools can help children fold clothes easily, making folding fun and entertaining. A folding board with a lovely shape and bright colors, not only can be used as a parent-child interactive toy to enhance the relationship between parents and children, but also allow children to learn and fall in love with folding.