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The Mommy Meltdown Basket ~ a special basket created to help your relax and reconnect with your child during a trying day. What would you add to yours?

Prayer Sticks: popsicle stick with picture of family member or friend. Each day have child draw a name and you both pray for that person. Fabulous way to teach importance of prayer for others and not just your own wants!!

Mothering From Scratchfrom Mothering From Scratch

teaching children to pray: the five finger prayer

Love this

The Idea Roomfrom The Idea Room

Reward Points System and Home "Store"

great reward system for kids. when they do chores (on time, no whining, no complaining) and do them well, they earn points to "shop" at the "store" points can also be earned for good behavior, sharing, helping.... some ideas for the store: snacks, candy, later bed time, sleepover...etc

Your Modern Familyfrom Your Modern Family

Age Appropriate Chores ages 2-7

Age Appropriate Chores for ages 2-7 in a Chore Basket instead of a Chore Chart - love this idea since the kids could handle it without my help. Perfect!

Etsyfrom Etsy

Additional Chore Magnets: Custom Chore Chart System

Chore Magnets - love this idea - each child can do which chore they want and make the money allotted

Real Simplefrom Real Simple

New Uses for Old Things: Kids Edition

Decide how many more bites of dinner your child has to eat before being excused. Let your child roll so he’s the one in control.

iMomfrom iMom

10 Compliments Your Kids Need to Hear

10 Compliments Your Kids Need to Hear. This is an awesome list whenever opportunity presents itself, and with this list, I may just do it even more often!

How Does Shefrom How Does She

Now, That's Quotable!

Create your child's own quote book. I've thought of this so many times! :)

How Does Shefrom How Does She

Now, That's Quotable!

Make each child a book of their quotes! LOVE This idea!

iMomfrom iMom

10 Ways to Teach Your Child to Pray

10 Ways to Teach Your Child To Pray, Print and hang by bedside

Foster2Foreverfrom Foster2Forever

Time-In Discipline

If Time-Out isn't working to discipline your child -- try a TIME-IN! via Foster2Forever

This I want to keep for future reference.. Some great ideas. Stuff my mom did and still does for me!