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The Interrupt Rule

The Interrupt Rule - How your child can show respect and honor to their elders through a simple rule.

Your Modern Familyfrom Your Modern Family

Teaching a child to keep their room clean

SMART!!! Smart way to teach your kids to clean without reminding them or feeling the need to nag them. It is a simple way to teach them that lets them be responsible for themselves.

A Holy Experiencefrom A Holy Experience

15 Happy Ways to Teach Kids to be Grateful

Creating Grateful Kids

This is something we do often in our home. Whenever we ask a child to do something and he or she responds with "I'd love to!" then a pom pom goes in the jar. When it's full, we go out for frozen yogurt. We don't do it ALL the time, but it's an investment in a habit that has resulted in sweet responses (even without the yogurt). -April

Raising a Creative Kid:  Simple Strategies for Igniting and Nurturing that Creative Spark

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7 Safety Skills Every Child Should Know

7 Safety Skills Every Child Should Know - TheHumbledHomemaker.com

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Why do Teenagers Rebel? Thoughts from a 19-Year-Old Who Didn't

A 19-year-old explains how rebellion doesn't HAVE to happen!

Starting with age 5, have a family rule that your child makes their bed every day--and then don't fix their work. Let them struggle and feel proud of their efforts--you'll be surprised how quickly they get good at it! It will be a habit before long and your home will be neater, too! * This post has 100+ ideas to help you tame the chaos in your home (and your life)--this is just one tip! #organize #harvardhomemaker

Potty train your child in 3 Days! Includes 30+ tips, and a list of readiness signs to determine if your child is ready.

Washington Postfrom Washington Post

Are you raising nice kids? A Harvard psychologist gives 5 ways to raise them to be kind

Are you raising nice kids? A Harvard psychologist gives 5 ways to raise them to be kind - The Washington Post

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Four Ways to Raise Children Who are Truly Grateful

There's a big difference between children who know how to say thank you and children who are truly grateful. Here are four ways to raise the latter.