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I LOVE this idea and will be implementing this in our high boy-energy house ASAP... I mostly love her reasoning behind it ("...I don't want to just assign something and walk away... I want the consequence to be a bit of a hassle for me. It prevents me from punishing him without following through and teaching him...")

A Simple and Effective Discipline Strategy for Boys

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Make a kids recipe book for your family- with pictures and text to help all kids cook in the kitchen!

Kids Recipe Book

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Hundreds of games, skits and songs.

Camp Games - The Ultimate Camp Resource

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Game: picking up marbles with only your toes out of a kiddie pool... see how many they can get in a time limit

Knitting Butterflies: Summer School Activities - Water Fun

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What a great idea! You make a door card "Yes, we can play" or on other side "No, we can't play" to notifiy all your kids friends if they are available or not to play!!!! And if not, you put up the notice and your doorbell won't be going off all day!!! Miss Poppins: Printables

Miss Poppins: Printables

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Homemade Game- Get Up & Move Dice. This fun game is easy to make and promotes exercise and creative movement.

Summer Reading Bingo Printable for the kiddos. So Fun!

From The Mrs.: Search results for summer reading bingo

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Ice cream party game: Catch the ice cream balloon in the cone- great simple, quick activity to add to our class birthday parties! I've been looking for something like this!

The Daley News: Letter I- Ice Cream Preschool Ideas

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Fill a jar with summer boredom busters (PRINTABLE INCLUDED ON THIS POST). Some of the activities are fun, some of them are not, so before your kids decide to have you entertain them, they really need to decide if its worth it or not! They might get

Mom I'm Bored Jar

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Catapult craft: 9 craft sticks. Popsicle sticks may work, but wider sticks are much better. They can be found online at amazon or at your local craft store (I found some at Michaels for around $10) 4-6 rubber bands 1 plastic spoon Instructions

clothespin torsion catapult for kids

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keep little ones busy on road trips

Play At Home Mom LLC: Adventures in the Dark

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DIY Water Blob at UCreate - secret tips and tricks to make it a success!

DIY Water Blob (tips and tricks) | U Create

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Spray sidewalk chalk: 1 tablespoon of flour, 10 drops of food coloring, and about a half cup of warm water. Shake it up and go!

Sidewalk Chalk Spray - Wine & Glue

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