I appreciate it
A sure fire way to get your child to help out and participate in family chores and responsibilities is to let him know that you appreciate his contributions. Even if you feel that your child should do certain things around the house, it doesn’t mean you can’t show appreciation when he does and tell him so. You’ll find that your child is more likely to be conscious of what you do for him and for the family and he will verbally return that appreciation.
How we speak and respond to our children will shape how they treat the people in their lives, be it co-workers, spouses and ultimately their own children. Love, like, enjoyment, positivity and appreciation all say volumes to your child.