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Teach a child to tie their shoes in less than 5 minutes...Love this

Name rings, one for each child and stack them. Love it.

"Caught Ya"- Positive Reinforcement Jar- toss in a cotton ball or river stone every time you catch your child being good- when full give them a prize or reward

Got the idea from here♥....When going on a trip without your child...use a large weekly medicine container as a daily reminder that you're only going to be gone a short time..... complete with kisses and a little note. It's also a count down till you get home ♥

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Teaching a Child To Hold a Pencil... 1. Take a Kleenex and tear it two pieces. 2. Have the child pinch the Kleenex piece in his/her pinky and ring finger, like this. 3. While the child is still pinching the Kleenex in those two fingers, tell him to hold the pencil in the remaining three fingers. 4. Remarkably, as long as the Kleenex is still "occupying" their 4th and 5th fingers, the child will naturally hold the pencil the right way.

Sooo super girly!! LOVE THEM!!

Use pipe cleaners to teach shoe tying instead of floppy shoelaces

How to teach colors to a toddler

Help your child learn how to make friends at school by practicing these 5 skills now.

21 creative consequences for disobedient children...FANTASTIC ideas. When you have a strong-willed child these are the tips you crave!

How to tie shoes in 5 minutes

5 ways to get your kids to listen

9 Skills to Get Your Child Ready for Kindergarten

Starting with age 5, have a family rule that your child makes their bed every day--and then don't fix their work. This post has 100+ ideas to help you tame the chaos in your home (and your life)--this is just one tip!

Put a sticker that has been cut in half to show kids the correct foot for shoes- genius!

10 Things To Remember When Your Child Is Disobedient

Love this activity for working on b and d. Dice has b and d on it, and the child rolls to see which one will "win!"

teach a child to tie their shoes using a jump rope so they can see a larger view of what is happening.

Three Unbelievably Simple Parenting Ideas: 1) Children need a minimum of 8 touches a day to feel connected to a parent. 2) Each day, children need one meaningful eye-to-eye conversation with a parent. 3) There are nine minutes during the day that can have the greatest impact on a child: the first three minutes right after they wake up, the three minutes after they come home from school, and the last three minutes of the day before they go to bed.

Child Training Bible Review - great resource for teaching scripture and character to kids.