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50 Ways For Kids To Stay Creative. Share this handy infographic for easy creative ideas for kids! #creativekids

50 WAYS FOR KIDS TO STAY CREATIVE INFOGRAPHIC

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Like this better than kids getting paid for regular chores. And not forcing them to do it, whichever kid wants the money will do it.

Original pinner says: "Each year our kids must choose ten old toys to put in their Santa bags. These must be toys in decent shape that other kids would actually want. We leave the bags under our tree on Christmas Eve. Santa takes the old toys back to the North Pole to fix them up he leaves new toys in the bag. Great way to declutter, recycle old toys, and teach the kids about giving

i will be happy i pinned this someday: 75 Things to do with your kids. Traditions they will remember. Someone wrote: "Best list I've ever seen! So many things I'd never heard or thought of!"

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?

click on the map to find museums, zoos, aquariums, planetariums, historic houses, nature centers, cultural centers, and other educational facilities in your state or province

What to wear to family photos - tons of ideas - I'm tucking these away for the future!

Giant List of Self-Care Skills (life skills) for Babies,Toddlers and Preschoolers

75 Things to do with your kids. Traditions they will remember. Someone wrote: "Best list I've ever seen! So many things I'd never heard or thought of!"

Lunchbox Cupboard: the kids pack their lunches... pick one from each drawer (fruit, granola bars, snacks, desserts, drinks) The parent chooses what goes in the drawer, but the child learns to make their own choice of what to eat.

How to survive a 12-hr road trip with kids...roadtrip tricks, tips, and creative ideas!

Chore and Homework chart! Easy to make with felt and sticky felt letters from the dollar store. Write chore and dollar amount on the clothespin and put in the "to do" then the kids can move them over to the "done" side upon completion. Homework doesn't get a dollar amount! Maybe a reward at the end of the week for all homework (ice cream, etc). Colorful, simple and useful!!!

Cute idea ~ Every time you measure your child.. write down what they want to be when they grow up ;) -found on "Ideas & Inspiration For Crafty Parents" facebook group.

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