Ready to end the daily morning and after school reminders to your kids telling them to take care of their responsibilities from homework to feeding the dog – then use these free Kids daily planner checklists. These Daily Kid Planners will help your kids know what they are responsible to do before and after school. […]
MOM Tip: Here is a great article on introducing chores to the little ones in your family. Plus a do it yourself guide on how to make these adorable magnet chore charts. Click here for this tip from A Spotted Pony.
MOM Tip: Make a collection of paper bracelets listing tasks and chores for your kids. Helps them not forget what needs to be done for the day. Some of the chore ideas for 6-7 year olds from Kids Activities Blog: Feeding our pets Filling and Emptying the dishwasher Sorting the laundry Wiping the sinks after they brush their […]
Keep structure in the household this summer with these chore cards and media minute card printables to track their media time. Click here to get these FREE Chore Cards & Media Minute Printables from Organizing Made Fun.
As a mom, you probably have a lot on your plate. From school drop offs and hectic work schedules to keeping the kids entertained and keeping on top of house cleaning, being a mom is no easy task. For is moms, one of the most frustrating things about being a parent is lack of […]
These chore cards are great for kids that are a little older. They are responsible for looking at their cards for the day and to complete those chores. Click here to get this FREE Chore Card Printable from the Idea Room.
By Trisha The war of getting our kids to do their chores can often be a daily battle on the home front. With five kids and a huge mom chore list myself; I came to a place in my mom journey where I was tired of asking, begging and pleading for help. I was tired […]
Is bedtime a battle at your house? Check out this reward chart for bedtime called Super Sleepers. Great way to motivate your kids. Click here to get your FREE Super Sleeper Printable from Sissy Print.
These printables are used to help improve behaviors. Decide which bad behavior you want to work on and each time you see an improvement just add a sticker to either the football or crown printable. Then decide on the length of time, iMOM suggests 3-5 for younger children and a week for older children. At the […]
MOM Tip: Why didn’t I think of this? Simple idea for keeping your house picked up from all the kids toys. Next time your kids want to bring toys out of their room/play room and into a room you prefer not to see those toys. Just hand your child a pillow case. Allow a certain number […]