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Chore Sticks!As soon as the kiddos get their schoolwork done, they grab their jar & get to work on their chores. {Their “chores” also include things like eating a snack, homework, reading along with the usual chores like cleaning your room, putting your clothes away, etc…} Have them complete all their chores before dinner.

DIY 'Clean Up Your Act!' Punishment Jar Craft (Free Printables)

DIY Clean Up Your Act punishment jar how-to with free printable jar and craft stick labels | www.3Garnets2Sapphires.com

Ice Cream in a Bag This is SOOO easy… and delicious! In a small Ziplock bag, put: 1/2 C. half and half (milk works too) 1 Tbps. sugar 1 tsp. vanilla Insert that bag into a larger, one gallon Ziplock filled with ice and salt. Shake the bag for five minutes. Kids love that part! Then, remove the smaller bag which should have turned into ice cream.

How to Help an Angry Child Calm Down PLUS 8 Calming Tools to do ANYWHERE

Tips for Calming the Angry Child: Why it's ok to be upset, and how we can help our kids learn to calm themselves anywhere!

Why our Kids Should do Age Appropriate Chores

Why your kids should do age appropriate chores. Free printable chore list included! #kids #chores

WHEN your kids ARGUE…what do you do? Here are some GREAT tips to help you! Get Along Jar: Creative Discipline to Combat Sibling Bickering by Heather Riggleman at @The M.O.M. Initiative

Simple Chore and Reward System Your Kids Will Love + Free Printables

Kids will be home starting next week. Let's keep our sanity and begin Summer Boot Camp. Loving these Chore Sticks.

Word Building Activity Travel Kit

This word building activity travel kit is perfect for toddlers and preschoolers for road trips and long car rides and you can customize it with sight words, color words, word families, or whatever your child is currently learning. Great for a summer learning activity.

The Opposite of Spoiled: Raising Kids Who Are Grounded, Generous, and Smart About Money (Hardcover)

The Opposite of Spoiled: Raising Kids Who Are Grounded, Generous, and Smart About Money