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Chore Club by Whirlpool

Turn everyday chores into fun ways
to teach everyday lessons for children of all ages.

Chore Club by Whirlpool

Whirlpool Chore Club is here to turn everyday chores into fun ways to teach everyday lessons for children of all ages.


Laundry Activities

Help your kids learn age-appropriate laundry chores that turn into important life skills.

Towel shapes

Teach your kids about shapes by having them fold towels with you. Name the shape as you fold and talk about how many sides and corners you see on each.

Step 1: Rectangle
Lay the towel out flat in front of you, with the long way side to side.

Step 2: Square
Bring both left corners over to the right corners to fold the towel in half.

Step 3: Diamond
Rotate the folded square 45 degrees, with corners at the top and bottom.

Step 4: Triangle
Fold the bottom corner of the diamond up to the top corner.

Easy folding for kids

Teach your kids the importance of self-reliance with this cardboard folding trick.

Make a folding board with a piece of cardboard
Measure equal 8" x 10" sections and crease the cardboard on solid lines. Next, show your child how to follow the steps below.




Kitchen Activities

Turn your kitchen into a classroom with cooking, baking and cleaning chores that reinforce concepts from school.

Cloud dough

Work on your child’s fine motor skills with this easy recipe for cloud dough.

Prep time: 5 mins | Total quality time: 30 mins

Ingredients
8 cups flour
1 cup oil (olive oil, vegetable oil, baby oil)

Step 1
Have your child hand-mix the ingredients.

Step 2
Let your child play with the dough in different ways. Squishing, squeezing, fluffing, rolling and cutting shapes can all help develop fine motor skills.

Mini veggie garden

Teach your kids responsibility and the basics of plants with a veggie garden made from food scraps.

Step 1
Fill a bowl with a few inches of water. Talk with your child about how plants need water and sunlight to grow.

Step 2
Place the root end of cabbage, green onions, celery, basil or lettuce into the water.

Step 3
Have your child observe what has changed each day. Check the water every few days, replacing it as needed. When the plants grow large enough, it’s time to harvest.

Fractions by the slice

Turn make-your-own pizza night into a mini math class by practicing their halves and fourths with favorite toppings.

1/2 pepperoni

+ 1/4 cheese

+ 1/4 mushrooms

= 1 full pizza

Make-ahead smoothie jars

Teach them healthy eating habits and build toward independence by assembling make-ahead smoothie jars together.

Step 1
Start with a clean mason jar.

Step 2
Have your child add fruit. They can pick from bananas, strawberries or whatever you have on hand.

Step 3
Have them add a veggie. You can offer spinach, kale, cauliflower or zucchini.

Step 4
Let them add a protein of their choice. Nut butter and Greek yogurt are both great options.

Step 5
Seal and store the mason jar in the freezer. Just add water or your favorite kind of milk and blend when you’re ready to eat.

Sorting in Spanish

Teach your kids Spanish and build memory skills while they help empty the dishwasher. Have them repeat the name of each dish in English and Spanish as you work together to put everything away.

Tenedor
Fork

Vaso
Cup

Espátula
Spatula

Plato
Plate

Tazón
Bowl

Cuchara
Spoon

Taza
Mug

Sweep and score

Help your child build their hand-eye coordination and dexterity by making a game out of sweeping.

Step 1
Make a goal by placing some painter’s tape on the floor in the shape of a square.

Step 2
Give your kid a broom and have them sweep crumbs into the square to score.

Ready set count

Practice counting while setting the table for dinner with your kids.

Step 1
Ask your child to count how many people will be sitting at the table.

Step 2
Have them count out the right number of plates, glasses, forks, spoons and knives.

Step 3
Reinforce the concepts of left side (fork) and right side (knife and spoon) as they set the table.

Cookie cutter sandwiches

Teach your kids lunchtime independence with a simple trick.

Step 1
Lay out the sandwich supplies and let your kids stack their own ingredients (leaving off crunchy pieces like lettuce).

Step 2
Have your kids place the sandwich on a cutting board then press down with a cookie cutter.

Step 3
Add veggies and other crunchy ingredients to your sandwich and eat!

1-2-3 cookies

Reinforce addition and subtraction skills while measuring out baking ingredients. Help your kids figure out the amount of each ingredient, then measure and bake together.

Prep time: 20 mins | Total quality time: 32 mins

Ingredient math
2 - ½ = ? sticks butter
0 + 2 = ? eggs
2 + ¼ = ? cups flour
½ + ½ = ? tsp salt
1 - ¼ = ? cup brown sugar
⅓ + ⅓ = ? cup granulated sugar
½ + ⅔ = ? tsp vanilla
1 + 0 = ? tsp baking soda
1 + 1 - 1 = ? bag chocolate chips

Cooking instructions
1. Heat oven to 375 degrees.
2. Mix all ingredients until smooth.
3. Spoon rounded tablespoons onto a baking sheet.
4. Bake 12 minutes or until golden at the edges.

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