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Calming jar: tell child that they need a break and may come back when everything has settled to the bottom.

Calming jar-tell child that they need a break and may come back when everything has settled to the bottom - I think I love this idea. Better than a simple time out for temper tantrums. May even help when you juSt need to calm down.

Would be fun to do with kindergarten and senior picture for graduation!

side in kindergarten and side when they graduate high school. (whoever pinned this described it as an interesting kid picture idea - I realize this is Emma Watson and it's neither her kindergarten or grad pics lol)

Time-out bottles. Fill a bottle with 3/4 water, one bottle of glitter glue, & ultra fine glitter. Then send this bottle with your child to timeout and they can watch it settle to calm them. Once the glitter is settled their time is up! if they mess with the bottle their time out time is longer

Relaxing Time Out Timer

Calm-down & time-out bottles: Fill a bottle full of water. Add one bottle of glitter glue & ultra fine glitter. Send this bottle with your child to timeout - to watch it settle and calm him/her. Once the glitter has settled, time-out is up!

I can't believe this mom did all this! Amazing and all the prep work is already done for you! Disney movie night ideas... Menu ideas to go with each movie.

Disney movie night ideas for the kids. Menu ideas to go with each movie. Great idea for a crazy Disney movie lover like me to do with my future kids!

"Our Get Along Jar" THIS IS SAVING OUR LIVES. It is so simple and easy. Every one of my friends that comes over lately wants to make one of these and so today, I'm giving you the "how to" of my very best mommy secret.

A get along jar! Write consequences on popsicle sticks. Everytime the littles fight, they choose a stick from the jar. Examples: *make the other person's bed. *pick up the other kids' toys. *read the other person a story.

So smart: I saw a little girl playing with one of these in a restaurant for a long, long time! Her gramma brings it with her when she visits and changes it up everytime! Great idea!

I-spy Bottle: Another pinner said: I saw a little girl playing with one of these in a restaurant for a long, long time! Her gramma brings it with her when she visits and changes it up everytime!

Quarters for the month. Take one away each day chores are not done. At the end of the month, exchange any quarters for dollars.

Quarters for the month: Bed Making

I love this - Neat rewards system. 31 quarters in the jar at the beginning of the month, every day that they do not do their chores, they lose a quarter. Whatever is left at the end of the month they exchange for cash and the quarter jar is refilled.

Basket

Your child receives a quarter each time she helps out. Then she can "buy" from the house "store." Teach her about money & responsibility.- I like the house store idea. And you buy the stuff yourself without taking them to the store & going wild!

71 Things a Child Needs to Know Before Kindergarten:  A guideline for parents to help their children prepare for kindergarten.  All tasks can be accomplished through play and fun learning activities!

71 Things You Child Needs to Know Before Kindergarten

71 things your child needs to know BEFORE kindergarten- theres a few here that we still need to work on! not a craft but thing to work on the next year and a half

IF YOU HAVE A LITTLE GIRL: On my 16th bday, my dad gave me a half heart necklace and kept half of it. My half was attached to my bouquet on my wedding day. At the reception, he surprised us by giving his half to Chris. He literally passed down the responsibility of holding on to my heart. (Tucking this away for our girl. I love this idea...) - Click image to find more Kids Pinterest pins

"On my bday, my dad gave me a half heart necklace and kept half of it. My half was attached to my bouquet on my wedding day. At the reception, he surprised us by giving his half to Chris. He literally passed down the responsibility of holding my heart"!

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