My co parent for my flock will be an amazing four year old girl. We've been leasing a pony this fall and to see my girl around these huge beasts? Wow. She shovels *ahem* right alongside me and is up for any task I can throw at her. She is cautious, confident and brave. She is very proud of herself.I want to include her in as much of the process as possible, from collecting eggs to deep cleaning the coop. Lets have chat about teaching our kids to be better parents than we are. What are some easy jobs young kids can be taught to do? Collecting eggs, feeding and watering... Do you have any 'coop rules'? What are certain safeguards you've taken to protect your children? Your flock? Do you keep a rooster? Do you worry about it and what different restrictions do you kids have around him vs the hens? Have you had a chicken die/get hurt/killed? How old was you child and how did it effect them? Has your child been aware if you culled a bird? How have those discussions gone?