Responsibility for possessions- accountability for their actions- money management (on a small scale)- cleanliness- cooking these are the things that first come to mind.
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There are lots of hygiene things a 9 year-old can handle. Bathing or showering, brushing teeth 2 X per day. They should also be able to help themselves to snacks and pour a drink as well as clear the table after eating. It does depend on the capabilities of the child. Some 9 year-olds might need help with these things. You don't say if this is a typical or special needs child. DD has special needs and needed support with more things than her peers at that age. She still does need exta help from me at age 15.
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