A simple and fun way to teach your kids both a morning and night time routine of what things they need to learn to be responsible for doing without you having to remind them. Print out these free Kids’ Morning & Nighttime Routine To Do Charts from Your Life Events and let the fun begin. Click […]
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.
Confession time – I used to place a high priority on thank you cards insisting that my children wr0te thank you cards for every gift they received from Birthdays to Christmas but that was when there were only three of them. Once I added in two more children my faithfulness on insisting they write thank […]
by: Trisha Novotny24/7 MOMS Bedtime can become a positive part of the day with simple Bedtime routines: Time For Bed – School-aged children should get 9 to 12 hours of sleep each night, so determine what time your children will go to bed each night and begin being consistent so they are well rested each […]
By: Amy Hannold, 247Moms.com Frugal Living Editor My children have been pretty successful at brushing their teeth – how did I get them there? Praise, rewards and teamwork, for the most part. Handed down from my parents, here are a few tactics: 1. Have them select the tools. A child’s selection of the toothbrush and […]
“ABC’s of Reading To and With Your Child”(Author Unknown) Ask questions while reading together. “What do you think will happen next?”Buy books as gifts for birthdays, Christmas, Hanukkah, or other holidays.Chat about what is happening in the book and how it relates to everyday life.Drop everything and read. Set aside 20 minutes a day during […]