Washing his teddy
Peeling carrots. I really didn't teach him how to do this, but maybe he observed me and his lola on how we do it. I got a bit scared because he also used a knife to cut the top portion of the carrot, good thing he didn't get hurt.
Sorting toys. Kib has lots of toys! I'm convincing him to donate some but I guess he is not yet ready to let go of some of his toys.
Mixing. We made fruit salad on Christmas eve and he mixed the milk and cream.
Putting books on the shelf. Kib likes reading. Before I was the one who always arranges his books in the shelf, but now I let him do that.
He acts as my personal secretary too whenever I'm driving! He's the one who reads and answers text messages on my behalf.
Kib's so excited to taste the veggie pizza. He volunteered to help!
Dishwashing. At first Kib only likes to wash the glasses but I encouraged him to wash the other utensils.
For me there is no really such thing as too early for letting a child do any household chores. Make it a fun activity, eventually your child will do it without you asking.