21 Questions to ask your kids - You could ask these questions about Mommy and Daddy. Would be a cute thing to do each year (with each child, recording ages) maybe around mothers/fathers day to see how the kids (and parents) change and grow.
Starting in Kindergarten, put the child's graduation year on a large tshirt. Take a picture each year with same shirt to watch the child grow into the shirt. Display at graduation party! **Take the picture on the last day of school.
Teach the Gospel ideas to kids in a fun way. Wow this mom is amazing! Also has great ideas for helping your kids develop a love for reading the scriptures. Also some great Christ centered Christmas ideas.
For the Parents on my friend's list: 10 Things To Teach Your Kids Before Their First Date. This is such a good list, 10 things for both boys and girls. I especially loved the boy list. Wish more parents of boys would teach them these things.
Starting with age have a family rule that your child makes their bed every day–and then don’t fix their work. This post has 100 ideas to help you tame the chaos in your home (and your life)–this is just one tip! @ DIY Home Design
A simple method for teaching children to pray for themselves and others. You can even use this method with toddlers. This is a good prayer method as we study in Bible class to love one another and put our concern for others before our own.
I LOVE this! I plan to write a "thought a day" on a sticky note to share with my tween daughter on her pillow or mirror. Great way to open the door to more communication. - 50 things I want my daughter to know