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    screen time cards for #digitalkids -easy tool for monitoring screen time | free download and info on AAP recommendations #weteach

    "screen time" tickets

    How to disable iPhone buttons and screen to keep kids in the app. Ammmazing!

    Simple tips to help kids learn to limit their screen time

    Must remember to use this the next time Austin decides to act a fool!

    So cute. Kids birthday interview questionnaire: FREE printable

    Free Printable: Kids' Chore Charts

    FREE Download - 33 Simple Ways to Prepare Your Child for Kindergarten: A Printable List!

    ideas to strengthen your relationship with your kids, one week's challenge at a time. --Alot of good ideas

    What a boy needs from his mom - Best article I've read in a long time. Nails every point. If you have a boy, read this and do these things!- to read later

    '150+ Screen-Free Activities for Kids' focuses on tech-free fun by the Chicago Tribune: Remember childhood before iPads and laptops? It's still there, and it's still fun, says Asia Citro, a former science teacher who writes the blog FunAtHomeWithKids.... Her book, "150+ Screen-Free Activities for Kids" (Adams Media), offers doable indoor ideas for children's play, using easily... www.chicagotribun...

    Chore Punch Cards Free Printable


    6 tools for building a child's confidence

    Free Potty Punch Card. Perfect for motivating success!

    Negotiating and Earning Screen Time. Great idea. Still need to work through the details of how I want to use this. I'd love to have them use reading/writing to earn screen time.

    Games that require nothing more than people and your brains! Perfect for any time you are stuck waiting with kids! These really are great.

    Cards for Media time, chores and a list of special chores for $. I need this, with 3 kids who seem to think video games and computer games and TV are their right, they need to learn that its a privilege.

    Positive Reinforcement - Put a cotton ball, marble, pom-pom, etc. in the bowl every time you catch your child being good. Do something special when it's full. Nice reminder for mom to notice good behavior and acknowledge it!

    Tips for teaching your kids to have their own devotional time and take responsibility for their own spiritual life.

    10 fun things to do with your kids for every month of the year - they are easy to do yet you don't think to do half of them!