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Free Printable Kid's Chore, Reading & Kindness Reward Punch Cards

Free Printable Kid's Chore, Reading & Kindness Reward Punch Cards. So cute and I love but there are ones for different things!!

This is AWESOME! Instead of using chore charts with your kids or teenagers, use punch cards for good deeds and chores. After 12 punches in your child's Good Deed punch card, they earn a prize, allowance, or whatever you set as the parameter. Get a FREE printable punch card at Bakerette.com

Somewhat Simplefrom Somewhat Simple

Happy Helpers: 20 Creative Chore Charts for Kids

20 Creative Chore Charts for Kids- a must see! from www.SomewhatSimple.com

The amazing thing about a key is that it has the ability to unlock doors but at the same time keep things safe. As a mom and a teacher, I can’t think of a better way to keep our people safe than to KNOW them. Knowing what makes them love, hurt, feel, help, and dream is the best safekeeping we’ve got. #CarryOnParents

iMomfrom iMom

Check, Check Done Checklist for Kids - Printable Template

Helping Kids get organized in the mornings and at night!

Hands On As We Growfrom Hands On As We Grow

Year-End (or Birthday) Interview Questions for Kids to Answer

Download the free printable of interview questions for kids to answer at the end of the year or at their birthdays to capture precious memories.

iMomfrom iMom

Free Printables for Kids and Moms

iMOM's Top 5 Free Printables in 2012 iMOM has over 200 printables to help moms! http://imom.com/tools/

Little kids have big emotions, especially when it comes to frustration - so how do you help them cope? Here are six ways to get them through.

I Can Teach My Child!from I Can Teach My Child!

ABC Printable Scripture Cards

printable, free abc scriptures

Christmas Jokes to put in your kids' lunchboxes...@Alicia Davidson Jacob would love this!

Calm Down Jar. It is really easy to make. The goal is that when they are feeling out of control, they shake the jar, then sit and watch the glitter settle in the water. When the glitter settles, they can get up. This one is a really great technique to use in lieu of timeout.

Good deed cards. It's been said the fastest way to change a child's behavior to to catch them in the act of doing good. www.4men1lady.com (Printed on my ZINK hAppy printer).

The Measured Momfrom The Measured Mom

100 Would you rather questions for kids

These free would you rather questions for kids are great for long car rides, table topics, and classroom circle time!