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starting at age 3, every year on their birthday you ask the same questions and see how their answers change over the years! Add a pic and make a book out of it. 20 questions* : answered by Morgan 1. What is your favorite color? 2. What is your favorite toy? 3. What is your favorite fruit? 4. What is your favorite tv show? 5. What is your favorite thing to eat for lunch? 6. What is your favorite outfit? 7. What is your favorite game? 8. What is your favorite snack? 9. What…

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Kids birthday interview questionnaire: FREE printable form

questions to ask every year

A free download that asks your child a series of questions about what they like/do/think right now. To be repeated every year as they grow. A lovely idea. About-me-this-year chart.

Each year Santa sends a new Christmas Book to read before bed on Christmas Eve. -Love this tradition.

Free Printable! Ask the same 20 questions year after year (1-18, but probably age 3 or 4 is a great age to start) and see how your child's responses change year to year. Makes a great keepsake to give to them when they turn 18.

Spray paint a measuring tape and use it to keep track of kids heights at different ages. This is brilliant!

I have an extra comp book laying around too! Starting tonight! "Write notes back forth with your child. Leave it on their bed, when they have a chance, they write back and leave it on your bed. How neat would it be to have those notes to look back on? ..I can only imagine how special this will be."

25 Ways to make birthdays special for kids. These are such simple and darling ideas!! These would be fun for any age!

this women is genius! a list of daily morning activities/tasks for the kids during summer break to keep their bodies and brains active and their house clean. kids get paid for doing the things on the list and at the end of the month those with enough money get to go somewhere fun with the money

Must remember to do for the little ones :-) For toddler years: The "You Shall Not Pass" sign. A visual limit to how much toilet paper the child can take! Great for potty training!