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At what age do you think your kids can start doing their own laundry? I have started making my 14 year old do her own. However, if I happen to go to the laundry room while she is doing her weekly load, I find everything that she wore that week in the washer at once. From darks, to delicates to things that need to be dry cleaned. I am impressed a few clothing items did not totally shrink down to infant size. I know part of it is laziness but I am not totally sure I explained what she needed to do before starting a load of laundry on her own. With summer upon us, and I needing to find some free time and help with chores. I decided to make it official, to get the kids to do laundry and make this Free Laundry Printable to help my kids know the “proper” way to do laundry.
We all have allergens due to the pollen in this area. It is important to wash our clothes on a regular basis so the kids don’t have breakouts. We use all® free clear to help us live free from sensitive skin worries. My youngest is a swimmer and his skin has also become more sensitive, all® free clear has helped not to further irritate his skin.
Did you know all® free clear removes 99% of everyday and seasonal allergens, “including cat and dog dander, dust mite matter, ragweed, grass, and tree pollen”. This is so important here in Central Virginia where our cars turn green during the height of pollen season and in our house with our long haired golden retriever. It not only helps with allergens but also all® free clear detergent fights tough stains, whitens whites, and brightens colors.
Get the Kids to Do Laundry Printable
You can get your kids to do laundry, the right way by simply printing this free printable.
Hang it into a 8 x10 picture frame and put it your laundry room.
This printable reminds kids to sort their clothes into three different piles.
What temperature to set the laundry machine. I really like the
To check the labels on their clothes, especially before placing them in the dryer.
You can find all the wonderful all® free clear products at Target. I like the all® free clear mighty pacs®as they are easy for the kids to just throw into the washer. This way they won’t add too much detergent.
What would you add to this printable to get the kids to do laundry for themselves?