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Helpmamaremote inspired this movie tray for the kids. Movie night at home with the kids are so much fun!

from Inner Child Fun

Make Family Movie Night Fun - 5 Ideas

Make Family Movie Night Fun - 5 Ideas -- Love these! #sponsored

from Family Days Tried And Tested

Family Days 50 Things to Do Before or After You're 11 & 3/4s - A Tried & Tested Guide to Making Childhood Magical

FAMILY DAYS 50 THINGS TO DO BEFORE OR AFTER YOU’RE 11 & 3/4′s ….A TRIED & TESTED GUIDE TO MAKING CHILDHOOD MAGICAL

Another pinner said ... "my parents were the coolest and totally did this for us when we were kids! Our friends still talk about it!"

from Mommy Bear Media

100 Fun Things To Do in the Summer for Kids – Geared Towards Older Children (Pt. 2 of 4)

Summer Fun Ideas for the family

Restitution consequences encourage personal responsibility and usually end with one child feeling cared for and the other feeling caring. I like this idea...

from Blondie and Brownies

Edible Candy Necklace

Movie night snack necklaces....let the kids make their own before the movie

31 quarters in the jar at the beginning of the month, every day that they do not do their chores, they lose a quarter. Whatever is left at the end of the month they exchange for cash and the quarter jar is refilled. Not to do "allowance" for chores, but rather teach chores/responsibilities as how they contribute to family.

Disney movie night? Well then break out the matching dinner menu! (some of these are super kiddy but can be bumped up to adult level)

Motherhood Ideas: 1. Movie Night: every Friday 2. Interviews: ask family questions, figure out goals 3. Lunch Dates: Once a month take child out of school lunch for a date 4. Mother's Day Letters: Write love letter to child each year 5. Clean Ten: When things get cluttered, say "clean 10" and everyone picks up 10 things 6. Late Nights: Each kid gets 1 night a week to stay up 15 mins later for 1 on 1 attention time 7. Happies and Sads: At dinner take turns saying best part of day and…

A great idea for kids birthdays to ask the same 20 questions every year and then give it to them when they're older.

Get a group (family) together for a picture and instead of 'Say cheese' the photographer should say, 'Say 'We're pregnant!' and snap their reactions so you'll always remember how they looked."