Great activity for a theme day in the classroom -- ideas for books & activities for camping fun! Kids Stuff, Fun Ideas For Camping Kids, Fun Indoor Activities For Kids, Camping Ideas For Classroom, Fun Winter Activities For Kids, Camping Books For Kids, Camping Classroom Ideas, Camping Classroom Activities, Indoor Camps Outs
Teaching children how to build their relationship with God at an early age. Tips for praying with kids
I love the idea of having a Christmas ornament with their picture for every Christmas.... Simple ideas for kid's crafts- Popsicle stick and clothes pin reindeer. Christmas Crafts, Frames Ornaments, Kids Crafts, Picture Frames, Reindeer Frames, Christmas Ornaments, Popsicle Sticks, Time Fillers For Kids, Reindeer Crafts
Super Hero Cape from a Mens Tshirt- why didn't I think of that?
My 4 year old loves balloons. This looks like a fun activity for those days it is to hot to go outside. Another great idea is tying balloons on strings and hanging them from the ceiling for them to hit. We did this in our garage.
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The Ultimate Guide to Hands On Toddler Activities - Brittany Estes--- This could also work for pre-math skills. Which shape has more or less? Ultimate Guide, Toddlers Activities, Shape Activities, Shapes Sorting, Learning Shapes, Felt Boards, Sorting Activities, Shapes Activities, Toddler Activities
The Ultimate Guide to Hands On Toddler Activities - Brittany Estes
Exploring Nature with Kids- 5 tips to encourage kids to connect with nature, even if you're timid or don't know where to start yourself!
Baby and Toddler Play: Cardboard Box Sensory Play Tunnel!
ouch pouch for mom to carry in her purse - love the lollipop
Deployment Gifts - love the box for the kids to fill with their momentos to share with Dad when he returns.
This is really good! Love the replacements for "good job." Every parent should read this!
10 Habits to Strengthen Your Relationship with Your Child - These are really good ideas. Simple, everyday things. This is a good refresher to read every once in awhile because you can sometimes get "stuck" in a cycle and forget the simplicity in the beauty of connecting. Good Relationships Advice, Kids Stuff, Parents Advice, Things To Get For Mom And Dads, 10 Habits, Dr. Who, Parents For Dads, Strengthening Relationships, Parent Child Relationship
10 habits to strengthen your relationship with your child
Put the child's graduation year on a large t-shirt. Take a picture each year with same shirt to watch the kiddo grow into the shirt.
Ruler Growth Chart I need to make this asap#Repin By:Pinterest++ for iPad#
do this each year beginning with first day of kindergarten .... watch their answers change ;)
I'm sorry that making my children take responsibility and face the consequences for their actions, makes me an 'evil' parent, instead of a good 'friend'. Being Responsible Quotes, Parent Quotes Funny, Respect Quotes For Kids, Parent Quotes To Children, Disciplining Children Quotes, Discipline Kids Quotes, Working Parenting Quotes Funny, My Parents Quotes, Good Parenting Quotes
AMEN! They will still love you, so raise them to be responsible and to have some respect please!
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Great blog post on natural consequences for kids undesirable actions... These are REALLY good. Pinning for later.
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? Mommy Daughters Things To Do, The Roads, Pens Pals Ideas For Kids, Kids Writing Journals, Writing Note, Cute Ideas, How To Being A Pens Pals, How To Writing A Pens Pals, Writing Letters
Mom and Me journal. Write letters back and forth with your kids. Ask a question, answer a question. Leave under their pillows...I love this idea.