Stop the nagging, the pleading and the daily asking over your kids chores. Create and use one of these simple to create chore charts and motivate your kids to get busy checking off the chores they have accomplished each day. Kids Choice Chore System A Pretty Life in the Suburbs created her chore chart to […]
If your child leaves clutter out, it goes into Clutter Jail. That’s the name of the game with iMOM’s Clutter Jail. If your child leaves his things lying around, you get to put them in Clutter Jail. To get their item out, your child must draw one of the Clutter Jail Community Chest cards and […]
Keep the monsters away with your own DIY monster spray using these free printable labels from Seven Thirty Three. Click here to print out your free labels and rid your home of those bed time monsters.
My Pinterest find this week is a pin from No Time for Flash Cards – A list of 75 Books That Build Character In Children. I am more concerned that my children grow up with a relationship with God and possess strong character qualities than I am if they get straight A’s in school, make […]
Use this free monthly lunch menu planner (week days only) to help you keep track of what is for lunch, who is in need of a packed lunch or who is buying a hot lunch at school. Click here to get your free lunch planner from Anything But Perfect.
Motivate your kids to good behavior with these FREE behavior jar printables from Design with life. Click here to get your free jar labels. Click here fro tips on using Behavior Jars from A Day In The Life Of The Brandy Family.
I am a saver and a wanna be scrapbooker who has way to many boxes filled with my children’s artwork, memorabilia and keepsakes. It is one of those items that sits on my to do list year after year “Sort and organize kids keepsakes”. I guess it is because it is an overwhelming project to […]
These Free thank you cards make it simple for your kids to show their appreciation for gifts they receives. Click here to get your FREE Thank you Cards from Toad’s Treasures.
By: Amy Hannold, 247Moms Frugal Living Editor Helping your child’s school raise funds can be done creatively and without breaking your own bank. Terracycle.com: Since 2007, TerraCycle.com has paid 3.3 million dollars to schools and non-profits. Your organization can form a “brigade”, which is a project to collect items not ordinarily recyclable in most communities. […]
Kids love to get their hands into their creativity and what more fun can there be then finger painting. Now you can make your own homemade finger paint with these step by step instructions and recipe from The Idea room. Click here for full how to and recipe.