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yarn along | our autumn favorites + a printable reading log |

DIY how to make cool cardboard toys for kids - mailbox, guitar, boat, oven, puppet theater, castle, playhouse,etc #cardboard #kids

Love this idea! Consequences That Actually Work! "Forced apologies don’t teach true remorse and reconciliation... Parents can set kids up for sincere reconciliation. ...Restitution consequences encourage personal responsibility and usually end with one child feeling cared for and the other feeling caring."

Looking for great books to read aloud to your 4-7 year old? Here's a list compiled by Childrens Librarians (who know about these things, you know...)!

Books for daughters that are about brave girls rather than pretty princesses.

For toddler years: The "You Shall Not Pass" sign. A visual limit to how much toilet paper the child can take! Great for potty training!

Entitled: "This is how I contribute to my family" instead of "chores." A subtle but powerful difference. Links to a free downloadable chore chart you can personalize.

I wish my mom did this for me. File folders for K-12 to hold memorable school items and showcase that years school photo.

"Safety spot" while you get the baby and stroller unloaded. Probably the most genius thing ever and will save me some freak out moments.

On the go Crayon Box - soap box, post it, and crayons! Perfect for kids whenever.

Anna Ranson is the author of the award winning blog, TheImaginationTre..., a one-stop shop for creative play and learning ideas for young children. A former teacher with a background in art and literacy development, her real passion is to inspire parents to play with their kids, creating wonderful memories as a family. Anna lives with her husband and their 3 little girls in London, UK, and is a little bit obsessed by Italian coffee, duck egg blue, shabby chic interiors and vintage bookstores.