Absolutely - I feel that chores are more for teaching responsibility for yourself and your things than anything. My oldest (12) is responsible for putting her clean clothes away, keeping her own room neat, sweeping and dusting her room, watering the flowers and sweeping the porch. My son (8) is responsible for putting his clean clothes away (except for the things that need hung up - I do that), keeping his own room neat, and helping put his younger sisters clean laundry away. My little one (3) is responsible for putting some of her clean laundry away (things like socks and pjs, that don't matter if they get wrinkled up!), and keeping her room tidy (with help of course). In addition they are all responsible for helping clean up toys, books, etc. in the common areas of the house and carrying their dishes from the table to the sink area after meals. They put away their own shoes and coats, and the older two are responsible for taking care of their backpacks/school things. They do other helpful things too, when I ask, but those are their main "chores". Even though I'm a SAHM I can't do it all - I'm also a single mom, so I would literally have to do it all. Teaching responsibility can never happen too early.