When considering chores, it is best to start with planning so that things can run as smooth as possible.

1. Organize the Environment.

2. Identify the benefits for your family of teaching chores to your child.

3. Look for age-appropriate or developmentally appropriate chores. 

4. Choose a strategy to teach the skill.

Task Analysis Learning Module -- Used to teach behaviors that occur together in a sequence. This method breaks down each step into small manageable parts.

Backward Chaining--  A technique which uses prompting and fading to teach the last behavior of the chain first.

Backward Chaining Video

Forward Chaining Video-- A technique in which you teach the first component then the second component, etc.