A get along jar! Write consequences on popsicle sticks. Everytime the littles fight, they choose a stick from the jar. Examples: *make the other person's bed. *pick up the other kids' toys. *read the other person a story.
Lord, please surround my kids with friends and adults who point them toward You, and in ways that complement my own deficits in parenting. I will remember this one day when I have my own kids, but for now I pray this for my nieces and nephew.
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I Caught You Being Good Jar- This would be great for church, traveling, or just at home. Fill the jar up and there will be a BIG surprise at the end. For some kids it may take a few months, for others.not long at all. Even a great thing for Sunday Schoo
The Harmony Jar. When the kids fight or misbehave, they pick a stick from the harmony jar. Some things are chores and many are things to do for the other sibling. She includes a list of tasks for your own harmony jar.
21 creative consequences for kids. Disciplining our children takes dedication and effort. It also helps to mix in a little creativity when needed. The creative consequences from parenting expert, Lisa Welchel, might seem a little strong, but they work.
How can we use the moment to point them to Christ? It's the question that most heavily weighs on my heart, too. I want my children to respond to authority and correction in a manner that would be pleasing to God. These 3 questions have helped us focus the