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    Keeping kids entertained on LONG car rides *great collection of ideas + printables

    If Time-Out isn't working to discipline your child -- try a TIME-IN! Great parenting tip!

    Chore chart - love this concept of Velcro tabs to mark chores that are done.

    Indoor scavenger hunt

    pre-cut felt trees, then let the kiddos sew or glue on buttons as ornaments

    Stained Glass Snowmen Craft - This should be very do-able for my snowman-loving toddler!

    Color by Sight Word!

    Christmas (in JULY) Coloring Pages for Kids - why not? Something fun & different to entertain them!

    Layer on warmth with this cozy, cold-weather, classic Fair Isle cable sweater, jeans and faux-fur boots in silver. Possibly the cutest look for her this season.

    it will change your life: Potty Chart. Finally- a solution for kids who abuse the in class bathroom!!!

    KIDS CRAFT: Hand print snowmen on small canvas.

    Kids chore charts

    20 Free Printable Chore Charts for Kids //

    Interesting to build - two sets of standard or full bunks, castle decor, slide down the middle for quick escapes.

    Kids Morning Routine Free Printable Flash Cards. Visuals to help kids be more responsible on their own.

    love the idea of kids drawing on newspaper and then framing it. When they are grown newspaper will be obsolete so will make it that much more special

    Knit fox sweater - Ravelry pattern. OH MY GOSH!!!!

    Screen Free Activities For The Car - good simple list!

    What to feed my toddler..well, he hates eggs, and rice. But he likes chicken, hummus, & pizza.

    The Imagination Tree: Love this for sculpture art project. Great for the toddlers to put things on the Kandinsky circles?

    All About Me Free Printables

    Draw a letter on a pin board and have children push the pins in correct order to form the letters. (Could write numbers and even draw arrows to show letter formation sequence.) Great for fine motor skill development, but also for remembering the path of motion for each letter.

    5 Easy Ways to Teach your Toddler their ABCs and 123s