I remember my aunt (my loved aunt Nan) mentioned in passing many years later that she knew I never did any work around the house. I didn't answer (I must have been in my thirties) since I was stunned. Later, I figured it out.
Her daughter, disturbed and distraught for reasons other than housework, was sent to live with us for a year when she was twelve and I was eleven. That must have been one of the early reports from the distraught one. But, truthfully, I don't remember chores as being other than daily life. Pick up my room, mow the lawn, shovel snow off and on, weed, dry the dishes. After I was a teen, a lot of our family life went off in a hand basket and I both learned to cook and got a job as soon as I could, plus helped remodel, which stood me in good stead for later.
On my cousin, the year with us in what turned out to be my "normal" place of childhood, as well as hers, was really good for her. She and I managed to get along and become friends as well as cousins, though there had been bigtime resentment from her to start with. My mother outdid herself, and we both have good memories from that.
Anyway, I think household upkeep participation is a good idea.
On the other hand, some people are housekeeping-nutso and I thinking making a child be that way is, ah, off the beam.