Positive reinforcement - Put a cotton ball, marble, pom-pom, etc. in every time you catch your child being good. Do something special when it's full. This is exactly what I need instead of focusing on the bad.

Positive reinforcement - Put a cotton ball, marble, pom-pom, etc. in every time you catch your child being good. Do something special when it's full. This is exactly what I need instead of focusing on the bad.

"Stay in bed until you see the sun!" Parents set the clock to display a cheerful smiley sun at progressively later times of morning, training the child to get up only once they “see the sun”

Gro clock

"Stay in bed until you see the sun!" Parents set the clock to display a cheerful smiley sun at progressively later times of morning, training the child to get up only once they “see the sun”

Keeping pacifiers clean in your purse.

Quick Tip: Keep Pacifiers Clean With Condiment Cups

Age Appropriate Chores for Kids: Printable

Age Appropriate Chores for Kids: Printable

Teaching your kids to do chores at a young age is the key to developing a good habits in your children. Last year I shared age appropriate chores for kids based

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Quality Knit Football Hat and Bodysuit, Football One piece Baby Set, Made in the USA, Baby hat, football applique, baby boy accessories

Sensory gel bags....add little plastic objects to make more interesting... try an ocean scene, star galaxy, or animal jungle...

Bright and colorful sensory bags for preschool

Sensory gel bags....add little plastic objects to make more interesting... try an ocean scene, star galaxy, or animal jungle...

Great idea for teaching children the difference between saying thoughts and thinking thoughts. First the kids get to squeeze out a travel size tube of toothpaste and make a mess. Then have them try to put the toothpaste back in the tube. They will of course find it impossible to do and it is a great way to illustrate that we can't take back words that are hurtful to others.  Would make a great FHE!

Earth Day Nail Art Designs

Great idea for teaching children the difference between saying thoughts and thinking thoughts. First the kids get to squeeze out a travel size tube of toothpaste and make a mess. Then have them try to put the toothpaste back in the tube. They will of course find it impossible to do and it is a great way to illustrate that we can't take back words that are hurtful to others. Would make a great FHE!

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