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The Happy Housewifefrom The Happy Housewife

Age Appropriate Chores for Kids: Printable

Age-appropriate chores for kids

Sports Mom Survival Guidefrom Sports Mom Survival Guide

Why our Kids Should do Age Appropriate Chores

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

The (Reformed) Idealist Momfrom The (Reformed) Idealist Mom

7 Ways to Get Your Kid to Stop Whining Immediately

7 Surefire Ways to Deal With Whining Kids

Parentsfrom Parents

Yoga for Better Behavior

yoga to help your kids with tantrums, to sleep better...

Mothering From Scratchfrom Mothering From Scratch

how to stop your child's whining

"Over two generations in my family, this effective method has stopped whining in its tracks. Read now to learn how to stop your child’s whining!"....this is similar to puppy training and I'm totally gonna try it!

pin now read later~I've only started reading through these and am excited about them. I am continually trying to better myself as a Mama. Sometimes we need reminders or ideas; this is a great place to start!

Franciscan Mediafrom Franciscan Media

Raising God-First Kids in a Me-First World

This should be everyone's first thought and action

Passionate Penny Pincherfrom Passionate Penny Pincher

Free Printable Chore Charts

Free Printable Chore Charts. #printables #free printables #free-printables #scrapbook-printables #scrapbook printables #craft printables #craft-printables

Early Bird Momfrom Early Bird Mom

Printable Bedroom Cleaning Checklist for Kids

Do your kids know what you mean when you tell them to clean their rooms? Help them make bedroom cleaning a part of their daily routines with a helpful checklist. DIY chore charts like this help develop independence in children.

Mama Smilesfrom Mama Smiles

Raising Siblings Who Get Along: Successful Parenting Secrets

Seven things we do to help our kids learn to get general - a good list:)

Dengardenfrom Dengarden

Clobber the Clutter with Kids

Clobber the Clutter with Kids by Mom Kat - "1) Get Organized! When a child knows where things go they are more likely to put it back. 2) Rules to Play by: One of the best rules that parents can learn from school, preschool, or daycare environments is the "one toy at a time" rule. 3) Make Cleaning Up a Game!" - ADD freeSources (Note: This chart isn't printable, but I found some using the Search option. - Chore charts, picture, and printables)

Reward good behavior, chores, accomplishments, etc with "kids cash". Money can be taken away if they misbehave or if mom has to complete their assigned chore, then they pay mom. ;) Have a "kids store" at home with fun goodies, homemade coupons, and other incentives.

Kids Activities Blogfrom Kids Activities Blog

Kids and Money

Kids and Money at ages and stages

Your Modern Familyfrom Your Modern Family

Age Appropriate Chores ages 2-7

age-appropriate chores for kids