Poems for how to form each number. Kids love these things
I accidentally ignited a firestorm last fall when I wrote about taking all my kids' toys away. This follow-up post addresses all the questions brought up by that very controversial post, as well as explains why, one year later, they still won't be getting them back.
September Themed Activities for Kids (LOTS of calendar-based themes and activities throughout September)
Classic Moonjar Moneybox: Your little saver is never too young to learn about fiscal responsibility, and with this innovative bank they can learn the basics of budgeting long before they'll ever have to pay the bills. Using the helpful instructional guide, you can teach your sweetie to budget, save, spend and share like the pros. It's a great way to make sure that allowance money is spent wisely!
10 things to stop saying to kids (and what to say instead). These are actually a lot of great counseling techniques!
How to make Christmas more special: Each child gets 4 presents. 1. Something they want 2. Something they need 3. Something to wear 4. Something to read.....We did this this past Christmas and it made shopping less stressful and it really made you think about what you're spending your money on/promoting-I want to do this for this year!