When considering chores, it is best to start with planning so that things can run as smooth as possible.
3. Look for age-appropriate or developmentally appropriate chores.
4. Choose a strategy to teach the skill of doing the chore.
Task Analysis -- 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.
Forward Chaining Video-- A technique in which you teach the first component then the second component, etc.