21 creative consequences . . . all I can say is that I'm glad my Mom wasn't on Pinterest when I was a child! some of these are really clever ideas....I will definitely be trying some of these

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This is a must read! Educate your children on "tricky people" not strangers....Tell them to find a mom with kids if they are ever lost...SO SMART! (I first heard this on Safety Kids.) Common sense stuff that isn't so common any more. Take a minute to read and think about how you will have these conversations with your children.

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DIY no slip socks!

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Birthday Morning Balloon Avalanche Once They Open The Door On The Other Side!! How Stinkin' Fun!!!!

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Do everything without whining, complaining or arguing. Every one has their own jar. Start off the week with a set amount of quarters in each jar. If they are caught whining or complaining, they lose a quarter. At the end of the week, they get the money that remains. Better than allowance!!!

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Another pinner says: This takes you to the BEST blog I have ever read! Absolutely love, PLAY AT HOME MOM...{makes me want to have more kids just to do all the fun stuff with the little ones!} she has about nine gajillion ideas on here....awesome.

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Handwriting practice. Things you need - Gallon size Ziploc bag, glitter (optional), food coloring, hair gel (dollar store)

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Cute idea - A thankful tree for the month of November-each day add a leaf with something written on it that your child is thankful for!

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Monster Truck Bowling

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How To Make Fairies In A Jar This is something everyone will love you can just imagine the look on your childs face when they see this and its something they will never forget so its worth a little work on this one. FAIRIES IN A JAR DIRECTIONS: 1. Cut a glow stick and shake the contents into a jar. Add diamond glitter 2. Seal the top

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Following graduation a father handed his daughter a bag with a copy of "Oh the Places You'll Go," by Dr Seuss in it. At first she just smiled and said that she loved that book. But he told her "No, open it up." ...On the first page she saw a short paragraph written by her kindergarten teacher. He told her "Every year, for the past 13 years, since the day you started kindergarten I've gotten every teacher, coach and principal to write a little something about you inside this book."

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painting with trucks

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more elf on the shelf ideas

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Fall idea with hand prints. So cute.

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Fall idea with hand prints. So cute.

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Good to remember...especially in the teenage years when she'll probably hate me. ~ 25 Rules for Mothers & Daughters ~ #11 is my favorite right now :)

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40 Awesome Gifts to Make for Boys

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Website where you take a picture of your child sleeping, upload it, and pick a Tooth Fairy to stick in your picture. Proof that the Tooth Fairy was at your house! The site also has Santa and the Easter Bunny

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Make your own bouncy balls from scratch. Just borax and corn starch! This is a ridiculously cool science experiment.

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Love!!!!!

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Absorbing Science

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The Stay-at-Home-Mom Survival Guide: Preschool Activities

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Another Pinner said: "This kept my 2 year busy for an entire hour and my 4 year old busy for 2 hours! YAY! Drop vinegar tinted with food coloring onto a pan filled with baking soda. Sheer minutes of colorful fizziness!!... Pretty sure we will be doing this soon!

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After reading a wintry book, allow your students to make snow paint. Snow paint is inexpensive, easy to make, and tons of fun. To make snow paint simply mix equal amounts of white glue and shaving cream together. Cut out various winter shapes such as snowmen and snowflakes from cardstock. Allow your little ones to spread their snow all over their shapes. When the snow paint dries, it will become puffy. Your students will have a blast with this activity!

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Giant List of Indoor Activities for Kids

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