This list of Bathroom Chores for Kids is a great way to get them to start helping around the house and help them learn responsibility. #UnleashTheCleanSquad

Bathroom Chores for Kids – #UnleashTheCleanSquad

July 3, 2017


I often did the majority of the house cleaning, however, Jaiden is 9 and he surely can help around the house with some of the bigger chores now. There is no reason he can’t take on some of the work. When I asked Jaiden to help me clean the bathroom, I was a bit shocked at how interested he was in helping me. We tackled the bathroom and he did his fair share and now the bathroom sparkles, almost. This cleaning spree has led me to come up with a list of Bathroom Chores for Kids.
This list of Bathroom Chores for Kids is a great way to get them to start helping around the house and help them learn responsibility. #UnleashTheCleanSquadHaving Jaiden help with the bathroom chores allows me to focus on other things around the house that need to be taken care of. Being a single parent, I can use all the extra help and his help will teach him valuable lessons. No one likes a lazy kid who can’t clean up after themselves or a kid who can’t help when help is needed. Plus, maybe I will get some brownie points with my future daughter-in-law (many many many years from now haha) since my boy knows how to clean a bathroom properly?!

This list of Bathroom Chores for Kids is a great way to get them to start helping around the house and help them learn responsibility. #UnleashTheCleanSquad

Jaiden is a good kid and though he has 9-year-old moments, he often does help me when I really need him too. Cleaning the bathroom isn’t too hard of a job that he can do most of the work himself. This will teach him how to clean and responsibilty. These are things all kids need to learn sooner or later. Though Jaiden does help me often, he needs to learn that chores aren’t just when I ask. He needs to learn to be responsible and so them daily or when required. This is something we really need to get him to work on.

Bathroom Chores for Kids

  1. Clean Bathroom Counter and Sink
  2. Refill Soap Dispenser/Dish
  3. Empty the Trash
  4. Wipe down the ouside of the cabinets
  5. Refill Q-Tips and Cotton BallsThis list of Bathroom Chores for Kids is a great way to get them to start helping around the house and help them learn responsibility. #UnleashTheCleanSquad
  6. Clean the Toilet
  7. Stock the Toilet Paper
  8. Sweep the floor.
  9. Hang up Fresh Towels
  10. Wipe Down the Mirror

This list of Bathroom Chores for Kids is a great way to get them to start helping around the house and help them learn responsibility. #UnleashTheCleanSquadThanks to Viva Vantage and Clorox Clean Up Jaiden can get the job done. I walked into the bathroom when he was done with his chores and couldn’t be happier. It smelled clean and that is what this momma loves. Once he was finished, I tackled the shower and tub with Clorox Clean Up and was amazed at how my tub turned out. I have to say, I was ready to soak in a hot bath right then and there. Haha! The best part about getting My Viva Vantage and Clorox Clean Up at Walmart is I get to use my Ibotta App and get some cash back! If you don’t use Ibotta, it’s an App I highly recommend and it’s an app I use all the time.

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11 Comments

  • Debra C.

    I love how you have the kids helping! Well not just helping but chores – so smart and the products you’re using make clean-up so much easier! I always use Clorox Cleanup – I love the job it does and the bonus is that bright clean smell! Great job kids, job well done!!!

    August 21, 2017 at 9:07 am Reply
  • Censie

    We have started having our kids do chores too. It is a great way for them to understand that someone has to clean up the messes in or family. We have mostly had them be working on their rooms and our living/family room. I have never had them work in the bathroom. Might need to add it to their lists.

    August 21, 2017 at 4:25 pm Reply
  • Melissa

    The bathroom is the one room where I do most of the cleaning. My daughter has cleaned the bathroom before but I usually am the one who is doing the deep cleaning in there because I just can’t trust anyone else to do as good of a job as me. I am a control freak when it comes to household chores for sure but I do enjoy the help. I may need to let go a bit and let her help with some of these, thank you for sharing!

    August 21, 2017 at 8:17 pm Reply
  • Jocelyn at Hip Mama's Place

    I have two boys and i make sure to involve them with cleaning the house. It’s important for me to teach them those much needed life skills that they can use when they too have their own homes. These are awesome chores for the kids to do. It’s definitely going to make them more responsible.

    August 22, 2017 at 7:02 am Reply
  • Nickida

    We haven’t added bathroom chores for the kids yet, except for taking out the trash. They wash dishes and take out trash, oh and clean their rooms. I’m going to start teaching my oldest two to wash their own laundry soon. I don’t think they are ready for cleaning the bathroom though because they do a sub-par job on dishes. LOL.

    August 22, 2017 at 7:14 am Reply
  • April

    My kids did just a tiny bit of chores growing up, they did not help out too much in the bathroom. This would have been perfect for them! I have been using Clorox for years, I have it in the kitchen and bathroom. My husband actually does all the cleaning in the bathroom for me!

    August 22, 2017 at 7:48 am Reply
  • Bites for Foodies

    Believe it or not, my kids love to help my clean! I think they do until they get to a certain age, and then they realize it’s not all it’s cracked up to be! lol!

    August 22, 2017 at 8:54 am Reply
  • Tami

    I need to introduce household chores to my 4-year old. He doesn’t even pick up his toys without my help. I do suggest the kiddos wear gloves while they are using cleaning products.

    August 22, 2017 at 10:33 am Reply
  • Vicky

    As my kids have gotten older I have been giving them more and more responsibilities. You are teaching Jaiden valuable lessons and getting some much needed help around the house so it is a win win situation. I love the clean scent of Clorox cleaner.

    August 22, 2017 at 10:41 am Reply
  • Jamie H

    I’m always shocked by how well my kids can do things, too. It’s easy to think of them as too little, but after reading Little House on the Prairie and some other books with my kids, I realized that kids back then had serious responsibilities at a pretty young age. My kids asked to help me paint the chicken coop the other day, and they took over and actually did a really good job! I will have to consider putting them in control of some of the bathroom responsibilities as well!

    August 22, 2017 at 2:05 pm Reply
  • Karlyn Cruz

    That’s great that Jaiden is so helpful. Some kids (like my son) get really pissed when you get him to do anything. The fact that he’d also clean the bathroom is such a big deal as well. My son doesn’t like getting dirty so he would never do this. So I’m totally jealous of you!

    August 23, 2017 at 12:07 pm Reply
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