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Rewarding kids with things they get to do instead of things they get to have. When they do something good, they pick from the jar and get things like to stay up a little later or play outside a little longer etc. Cute idea!-

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Quality Time Jar

Quality Time Jar - Each child pulls out a strip of paper with a special activity to do with mom or dad for 20-30 minutes every day.

Movie night- the epitome of a family fun night in :)

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10 Things Not to Say to Your Kids

I would be willing to bet that the person who wrote this does NOT have kids. OR they bought every book out there on raising kids...books really are NOT necessary.

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Hosting an Indoor Camp-out with the Kids

No homework party: I may be able to pull this off with hanging blankets, making s'mores create a small "campfire", Great activity for a theme day in the classroom -- ideas for books & activities for camping fun!

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A New Way to Teach Your Child to Tie Their Shoes

An incredible NEW way to teach your child to tie their shoes. My kids learned in a mere 5 minutes. You must see this tutorial!

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Additional Chore Magnets: Custom Chore Chart System

LOVE this instead of arbitrarily giving kids an allowance. The kids can pick what they want to do and earn as much money as they choose.

Cute idea! Another pinner said: "My Dad used to come to our rooms armed with "Monster Spray" when we had nightmares. He sprayed it under the bed, in my shoes, all the places monsters might hide. I loved it, the scent comforted me til I fell asleep." what a great idea!

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32 Ingenious Things You'll Want As A New Parent

This time-out stool will come in handy for naughty kids. | 36 Ingenious Things You'll Want As A New Parent

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!

100 Things You Can Purchase from the Dollar Tree and Use in Play ~ Growing A Jeweled Rose