LOOK: 8 Cute and helpful celebrity kids doing chores
These adorable celebrity kids doing chores are great examples of the importance of being helpful around the house!
Chores not only help build character, they also train your kids to be more responsible and diligent. That's why many parents---including celebrity parents---believe that teaching their kids to help around the house is an integral part of raising them well.
Though we assume that celebrities have it easy, with household helpers waiting on them 24/7, it seems that more and more of them have taken a more simpler approach to raising helpful kids; this includes teaching them household chores at a young age.
Actress Judy Ann Santos and Host Ryan Agoncillo are some of them. It seems that Yohan and Lucho are taking after their mom Juday when it comes to culinary skills!
Their only son Lucho just recently learned how to grill fish he caught himself!
And his Ate Yohan also learned how to make meatloaf!
The kids of Danica Sotto and PBA Player Marc Pingris also know a thing or two about cooking up a storm in the kitchen!
"Happy Sunday!! Fresh Sea Salt Chocolate Chip Cookies from my little chefs!" wrote the proud mom on Instagram.
More helpful celebrity kids doing chores on the next page!
Bettina Carlos' 5-year-old daughter Gummy is a chef in the making! She knows how to bake and sauté!
Baking is a great bonding activity for Beauty Queen Priscilla Mereilles and her little princess Anechka
7-year-old child star Jana Agoncillo, who won our hearts as ABS-CBN's Ningning, is just as lovable in real life. Here she is washing dishes for the first time---with a big smile!
More celebrity kids doing chores on the next page!
Mom Camille Prats trains her son Nathan in cleaning up after himself with the help of a "chore chart".
Doing chores with KIMY #CoolReward chart makes Nathan so excited! (smiley) Not only does he want to get it all done, he's excited to do it tomorrow and the days after that. Such a cool and fun way to teach kids simple chores until it becomes a natural habit ???? Great job @tatanlittleman Download and complete the Chore Chart now and you might be one of the lucky winners of cool prizes from KIMY! Watch this video to learn more: bit.ly/coolrewardpromo
Mom Chesca Kramer values the "sense of fulfillment" derived from doing chores. She also teaches her eldest how to help around the house with the help of a "chore chart".
"With parenting our kids, we try not to be square so we inject play in the chore they do," wrote the mom-of-three on Instagram. "For instance in the playroom when I ask them to pack away, the rule is the one who puts away the most toys wins. It gives them a sense of awareness where everything is placed, they learn how to help each other, and its still fun because its just like play."
Be sure to check out theAsianparent Community for more insightful stories, questions, and answers from parents and experts alike. If you have any insights, questions or comments regarding the topic, please share them in our Comment box below. Like us on Facebook and follow us on Google+ to stay up-to-date on the latest from theAsianparent.com Philippines!