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15 toy organizing hacks for the kids room

15 clever ways to organize toys - The Realistic Mama

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Have you ever wondered how to pray for your children? Where do you begin as a parent? Use this as a guide, but also ask the Holy Spirit to guide you. kidsinministry.or...

Kids in Ministry - Resource Store

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Teacher

Rainbow Jell-o made in flat square baking dish

Uh-Oh chores for when kids are naughty, whiny, etc. Brilliant idea!

Scratch off iGive tickets

You are an explorer...

Great ideas for turning the day around!

Great starting points for conversations with children. Perhaps children will share more with the right question.

Simple, fun and inexpensive ideas based on a theme each week!

Love this, since time out and/ or spanking haven't proven effective... Uh-Oh chores for when kids are naughty, whiney, tattle-taling, etc. Such a great idea!

{15 minutes outside :: 365 Ideas}

Pinterest Pin of the Week: Life Skills Ages 2-18

Very informative - which insect makes which bite mark and how to treat bites.

Whoa, Tip one is a biggie. Great for teachers or anyone who has children in their lives!

Toy organization - playroom ideas- love the stuffed animal shelves and book display alongside seating area

43 chores young children can (AND SHOULD) do (18 months to 7 years old)

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!"

cute chore card for kids

Rewards that don't cost anything!

Organization

100 Best Children's Books of All-Time. Are your favorites on the list?

75 kid activities

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.