Friday, July 21, 2017

{Review} Zone Cleaning For Kids

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Finally, chores made fun! Zone Cleaning for Kids Clean 'n' Flip is a unique chore system designed to help children visually and systematically work through cleaning the kitchen, living room, bathroom, and bedroom independently and with ease.

* Step-by-step illustrations and fun graphics make chores so simple even 
non-readers can easily follow along!
* Children love to check the box and flip the page.
* Customize with your own daily and optional chores.
* Includes instructional DVD and dry erase marker.

The Zone Cleaning System includes a laminated flipchart, instructional DVD, dry-erase marker, and removable basket labels. 

Zone Cleaning for Kids Clean 'n' Flip is definitely the fun way to clean the house!

I received this product for free in exchange for my honest review. 
Do your kids do chores?  My kids do, but we need a better system that they can do on their own.  We are trying out Trigger Memory's Zone Cleaning For Kids.  I want to have a system that the kids can take responsibility and do themselves.  Zone Cleaning For Kids is proving to be exactly that. 
Zone Cleaning For Kids is a small spiral bond book with laminated pages.  This book comes with a dry erase marker, labels, and instructional DVD.  Zone Cleaning For Kids has four sections that include kitchen, living room, bedroom, and bathroom.  Each section has a visual check list and step-by-step instructions to help your child do their cleaning chore correctly.  They use a dry erase marker to check off each chore as they get them done.  There is a section for parents to customize by adding optional jobs for each day of the week. 

My kids have really enjoyed having this.  I took turns letting each of my children use this since one is 6 years old and one is 11 years old.  My 6-year-old who is not able to read, understood the visual photos of most of the steps. He liked being independent and checking off what he had accomplished. My 11 year old found this book easy to understand and a great way to keep track of what chores she had accomplished for the day.   This a great way to have children take responsibility doing their chores.  This is exactly what every mom needs to help with daily chores! 

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