It can be a challenge to get kids motivated to help out around the house, but getting kids to do their chores not only makes family life run smoother, it is essential to their own development and self-esteem! Don't miss these four simple steps you can take right now to create a chore chart that works. This in-depth post even includes four different types of printable chore charts, plus a helpful list of age-appropriate chores!
A "calming jar". This is a great idea! The concept: when feeling overwhelmed or stressed, shake the jar, disturbing the glitter. Watch as the glitter slowly falls and settles, dancing it's way down. Once it's settled, you should be distracted enough from your stress to have calmed down! This is great for women, and for kids.