Teaching ideas

Mailboxes for each family member - write notes to each other. Great practice for early writers!

Kids and Parenting | These Spend, Save, and Give jars are simple to make and help kids learn how to manage money.

Save Spend and Give Jars for Kids

i'm bored jar.... good for summer whines!

When your child gets the "grumpies," give them a "Blessings Jar" and have them put in reminders of all the good things God gives us. They'll have fun realizing how blessed they are, and before they know it, their "grumpies" will be gone!

Chalkboard Paint on the inside of your child's lunchbox! This is so cool!

Awesome - shadow box banks that you deposit your spare money in and remind you of your goal for what you are saving for.

Sidewalk Squirty Paint - this stuff is so fun it kept my kids playing for a whole afternoon! {Only 3 ingredients!}

I'm saving my ketchup bottles now too!

How to make that PVC fort that's all over Pinterest. Reading nook for the classroom

kids jars... dave ramsey style jennyshack kids jars... dave ramsey style kids jars... dave ramsey style

How to remove the wax from a candle jar. Brilliant! **This is a bath and bodyworks candle jar, they are so pretty can be used for all sorts of things.

FINALLY! THIS IS WHAT I HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR! You do not get paid for chores because it's an expected part of being a family. Allowance is teaching children how to manage money. Thank you, Pinterest. Now I have a place to start.

Teach your kids to work! 43 chores young children can (AND SHOULD) do (18 months to 7 years old)

love this idea of chores for money - but let the kids pick how much they want to make!

road trip with kids...so smart! Lots of good ideas with this link. This is good for anyone! I will remember this one day!

20 QUESTIONS to ask kids every year on their birthdays! What a fun book to look back on, and very simple to do.

beautiful idea for teaching saving for what we need and giving to those who need

Home Made by Carmona: Chore System for the Kids

Consequences That Actually Work! (Part 3) ~connectedfamilies.org "Forced apologies don’t teach true remorse and reconciliation. Parents can set kids up for sincere reconciliation. (Jesus was always about the reality of the heart, not the outward appearance!)"