Collection by Sandra Rief


Information, strategies, and resources I think are worth passing on to parents of young and school age kids. This includes blogs and writings of Sandra Rief and great ideas from other pinners.

Sandra Rief
Good idea for my oh so short summer break at home with the kiddos. A list of daily morning activities/tasks for the kids during summer break to keep their bodies and brains active and their house clean. Morning Activities, Craft Activities For Kids, Summer Activities, Projects For Kids, Daily Activities, Activity Ideas, Baby Boy, Baby Kids, Angelo Antonio

Do-It-Yourself Summer Camp from Power of Moms

Ready to create a fantastic summer routine for your children that combines structure AND fun? This post by Saren Loosli will show you how.

Why Can't I Skip My 20 Minutes of Reading Tonight? Student a Reads 20 Minutes Each Day Student B Reads 5 Minutes Each Day Student C Reads 1 Minute Each Day 3600 Minutes in 900 Minutesn 180 Minutes in a School Year a School Year a School Year 1800000 Words Réunions Parents Professeurs, Parents As Teachers, Teaching Tips, Teaching Reading, Reading Tutoring, Teaching Literature, Children's Literature, Beginning Of School, Middle School

Perry Public Schools USD343 - Why Can't I Skip My 20 Minutes of Reading Tonight?

Good parent visual for parent/teacher conferences -- and for the kids!

Classroom Community Building Have student wrinkle up the paper heart (not tearing it) and then try to flatten it out. Discuss how words or actions can harm a heart and take time to heal. Good first week of school activity Classroom Behavior, Future Classroom, Classroom Management, Behavior Management, Classroom Ideas, Classroom Expectations, Classroom Procedures, Classroom Quotes, Time Management

"Have student wrinkle up the paper heart (not tearing it) and then try to flatten it out. Discuss how words or actions can harm a heart and take time to heal."

Seven Things You Should Be Doing as You’re Reading to Your Child. I think this would be great for teaching reading skills to students too! Teaching Reading, Learning Activities, Toddler Activities, Kids Learning, Reading Tips, Early Learning, Preschool Ideas, Teaching Boys, Bedtime Reading

How To Read With Your Child - I Can Teach My Child!

Guest Post by Leah of Your Dime Your Time Reading daily with your child is critical to their development in many ways. There is no better way to

Great Websites that have FREE Read-Aloud and Read-to-Me stories for kids! listen to reading Kids Reading, Reading Activities, Teaching Reading, Reading Hut, Sequencing Activities, Class Activities, Student Reading, Reading Time, Teaching Tips

50+ Read Aloud Books Online (FREE!)

Find more than 50+ FREE read aloud books & read to me stories online for preschool, big kids, tweens & teens - perfect for reading on the go!

15 Reading Strategies for Unknown Words - what to do when a child doesn't know a word. Great tips for parents or teachers. Free printable too. Reading Resources, Reading Strategies, Reading Skills, Reading Comprehension, Reading Aloud, Reading Lessons, Parent Resources, School Resources, Reading Activities

strategies for unknown words - This Reading Mama

What to Say When a Child Doesn't Know a Word: 15+ Strategies for Unknown Words #moms #parenting #ece

Easy chore chart- this looks like a super cute and organized way to introduce my little ones to daily chore chart I've seen! Chore Chart Kids, Chore Charts, Chore Board, Routine Chart, Charts For Kids, Getting Organized, Activities For Kids, Projects To Try, Diy Crafts

‘creative’ chore charts.

ETA: List of chores as per request. :) Morning Chores: pack your lunch kit and backpack get breakfast make your bed get dressed Afternoon/Evening Chores": help fold laundry load dishwasher help clean bathroom wipe down bathroom recycling put away your...

Parenting Books for Positive Parenting Positive Parenting Book List. great collection of resources for parents. great collection of resources for parents. Parenting Books, Parenting Advice, Kids And Parenting, Foster Parenting, Parenting Memes, Peaceful Parenting, Gentle Parenting, Best Books To Read, Great Books

Top Parenting Books for Positive Parenting

These are the top books for learning about positive parenting. When we decide to look for new parenting tools one of the first things most of us think about is finding a good book to read. Some books below I have only read in part, some all the way through. I tend to be a […]

The Uh Oh Bucket - "You left it out, I picked it up. I've got your stuff , you're out of luck! To get it back must do a chore, and again it is yours just like before!)- I think I pinned already but just in case! Just In Case, Just For You, Do It Yourself Home, Looks Cool, Raising Kids, In Kindergarten, My Children, Future Children, Future Baby

The Uh Oh Bucket | A Virtuous Woman

A virtuous woman is a woman of faith, integrity, grace, and humility. Becoming a Proverbs 31 woman isn't about being perfect or checking off a list. It's about abiding in Christ and living life with purpose.

A hosiery divider and wire basket provide easy and accessible toy storage in this little girl's closet. Perfect for helping little hands reach toys and put them away on their own! Closet Organization, Organization Ideas, Kid Closet, Chores For Kids, Home Management, Toy Rooms, Playroom Decor, Toy Storage, Kid Spaces

Teaching kids to Clean and Organize - Ask Anna

Kids are messy, we all know that. But the great thing about kids is that they're teachable. Teaching kids to clean & be organized is an important life skill.

During the first two months of your baby’s life, it may not seem like a whole lot was going on. Babies spend those months basically sleeping, eating, and filling up their diaper! Family World, Strong Willed Child, Toddler Play, Everything Baby, Child Development, Baby Sleep, Early Childhood, Cute Kids, New Baby Products

Developmental Milestones in Children

Some children start walking around 10 months, others around 12 months. Some children say their first words at 12 months others at 13 months. Each child develops in a different way but all children learn their skills during predictable time periods. It is called: Developmental milestone : a child acquires…