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INSTANT DOWNLOAD: DIY Printable Punch Cards - 4 colors, chore cards, stay in bed cards

chore punch cards! yes! source: etsy

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101 Rib-Tickling Knock Knock Jokes for Kids

100 Funny Knock Knock Jokes For Your Kids: get ready for some laughter and fun with our collection of knock-knock jokes for kids!

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5 Free Printable Chore Charts for Kids


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What To Do When Kids Lie (she: Heather)

What To Do When Kids Lie (she: Heather) Repinned by Apraxia Kids Learning. Come join us on Facebook at Apraxia Kids Learning Activities and Support- Parent Led Group.

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How I Got My Kids to Eat Their Vegetables

Have a child who refuses to eat anything but chicken nuggets? It might be time to change your approach. One mom's ongoing mission to raise kids who will try everything and the 5 simple strategies that changed everything for her family. A must read for any parent struggling with picky kids!

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100 Ways to be Kind to Your Child

100 Ways to be Kind to your Child. Things to keep in mind after a solo parenting weekend with the kids.

No Bad Kids – Toddler Discipline Without Shame (I don't think i agree with everything here but some good points!)

Parents & future parents! If you want to understand more about the effects of television on the brain, you need to watch this TEDx talk by Dr Dimitri Christakis. Please find 16 minutes and take the time to watch this video about the science around television and its effect on children. (@Ryan Sullivan Booker this is the one I told you about.)

Logan Laplante is a 13 year-old boy who was taken out of the education system to be home schooled instead. Not only was he home schooled, bu...

Reporting Poverty: Emily Brennan interviews Katherine Book — Following three years of research in an Indian slum, the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist discusses what language can’t express, her view that nobody is representative, and the ethical dilemmas of writing about the poor.