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15 questions to ask kids on their birthday! This would be fun to do each year!

Birthday Questions - Age 3

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Has the "I'm bored" whining started yet?? Here are 50 outdoor summer activities for your kids to check off! A bike obstacle course, a water balloon pinata and glow in the dark bowling sound like tons of fun to me!

50 Outdoor Summer Activities For Kids | Six Sisters' Stuff

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10 Interview Questions You Should Never Ask (and 5 You Always Should) #veredus

Sometimes it's good to listen. Really listen. To your kids. Take a moment to talk with your kids this week. Ask a few questions. Listen. Learn. Love. You may be surprised at what you find out!

Q is for 10 Great Questions to Ask Your Kids - Ben and Me

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20 Questions to ask your children when you're putting them to bed to help develop your relationship.

10 Things Not to Say to a Child -- great advice on how to re-phrase common parenting statements.

The mom picked a scripture for each child that she prayed over them for an entire year. She traced their hand, wrote the scripture on it, laminated it, and placed it in her Bible.

Grow carrots in a 2 liter soda bottle. I love this idea, so the kids can see what is happening!!

Expand An Image--start off a child's drawing with a small magazine or photo image...and let them take off!

Indoor masking tape games; hopscotch, bulls-eye bowling, tic-tac-toe, guard the eggs, long jump, balance beam - RAINY DAY/COLD DAY fun!

Write notes back & forth with your child. Leave it on their bed, when they have a chance, they write back and leave it on your bed. How neat would it be to have those notes to look back on?

someone wrote:"If only more people took time to do this for their children!!! "What I love is that each morning, Charlotte and Amelia rush to their envelopes to see what we've written. The notes are sometimes a simple observation of a charitable act or a quick drawing to make them laugh. I love that Charles and I force ourselves to take a minute each evening to think about why we love our children. It's my version of Oprah's gratitude journal."

Brain Breaks...every classroom should have this poster!