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wall Vacuum corridor Change bed linens Laundry wash floors water plants Laundry Folding/Ironing Wash 4 th floor Vacuum corridor Change bed linens Laundry wash floors water plants Laundry Folding/Ironing Wash 5 th wall Vacuum corridor Note: the daily routine is not listed in the schedule of activities since they are daily chores. Daily Routine Activities Go over each activity. Show that the daily routine activities (the list itself) are actual checklist. Transfer the list of activities on a blank sheet with days of the week opposite item as follows: DAYS OF THE MONTH
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AREA / ACTIVITIES 1 2 3 4 5 6 ……..31 KITCHEN: Prepare Breakfast As you perform each activity, place a check mark under the day of the month indicating that you did that chore on that day. This becomes a record for each house chore that day. Kitchen Prepare breakfast, lunch and supper Clean up or tidy up table afterwards Wash dirty dishes, pots and pans Load dirty dishes into the dishwasher Wipe the counter top Clean the stove Sweep the floor Wash and shine the sinks Bedroom Make the beds Tidy up around the rooms Dust around the area Bathroom Wash the sink, toilet, tub – use soft cleaner Clean the mirrors Polish the faucets Weekly Routine Activities Using the weekly routine activities, locate the activities on the Schedule of activities provided. See if you can confirm the activities listed. Ex: you must change bed line every Monday according to the schedule. Laundry twice a week. Separate the whites from the colored.
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Check the machine and hand washable. Separate the hand washable. Separate the ones that are to be dry-cleaned. Fold clothes, towels, linens, etc. when done and puts them in their proper places. Change bed linen once a week. Water plants. Vacuum all over, twice in traffic areas. Do general dusting – i.e. coffee table, end tables, etc. Wash kitchen floor and some areas not carpeted. Wash walls. Monthly Routine Activities Using the monthly routine activities on the Schedule of Activities provided. See if you can confirm the activities listed. Ex: you must clean the oven on the third Tuesday of each month. Finish putting the rest of the activities on the Schedule of Activities sheet. Wash the fridge Clean the cupboards Clean the oven, check if it’s self-cleaning Vacuum the sofa, chesterfield, or chairs Vacuum the drapes Clean the windows (inside part) Dust pictures and paintings Clean the kitchen drawers Tidy up the children’s drawer NOTE: Using the sample provided, create your own schedule of house chores. Using your scheduling skills, you should be able to do a schedule of personnel care when you get these modules. Daily Cleaning Tasks Pick up toys, magazines, newspaper and clothes Fluff cushions and pillows Make beds Dry dust
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Dry off windowsills and radiators Sweep or slightly vacuum carpets and floors Empty ash trays and wastebaskets Remove spots and stains Weekly Cleaning Jobs Changing bed linens Vacuuming floors and carpets Getting under furniture
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