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I'm pinning this so I have it for later. Saw it on Facebook. It's a chart where the mom gets to choose the severity of the punishment and the kid gets to choose how to get there... Love it!

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Kids in the Word: Teaching Children to Have Devotional Time

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8 itty bitty yoga poses to help your kids calm from tantrums, to burn energy and sleep better.

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Pinkie for Pink: Kids Christmas Art Projects

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Sleep training for toddlers. Amen to that....some people need to lay down the law. Can't wait to try this and keep the peace

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Helping Your Daughter Deal with Mean Girls: Excellent article about preparing our girls for what is to come. Not giving band aids, but training their hearts and their character.

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#MomPrayers #PinTheWord

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Purchase a new Bible a year before your childs event—perhaps their 16th birthday or high school graduation. Then, take a year to read through it with a Bible reading plan making notations in the margin written specifically to your child. Make comments about the verse’s special significance. Mention how you’ve seen a truth of scripture lived out in their life. Warn them of pitfalls. Encourage them with favorite verses underlined. Then, on their big day, wrap it up and give it to them as a gift.

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The Interrupt Rule - A simple tool to teach your children how to respectfully interrupt their elders. This rule allows the adult to wait for a natural break in their conversation before addressing the needs of a child.

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A hilarious list of things one mom uses when her kids leave their stuff out all over the house. Seems like a lot more fun than nagging....I'm so doing this!

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20 ways to make your child feel special on their birthday!

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Love these ideas for teaching kids to relax! Yoga to get them to calm down.

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Haven't read this yet, but looks like it could be funny.

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Teach the Gospel ideas to kids in a fun way. Wow this mom is amazing! Also has great ideas for helping your kids develop a love for reading the scriptures.

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Best parenting book I have EVER read.

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How To Learn Times Tables - I would have never thought that these six numbers would be all I really need.

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Here's a great Lazy Mom Tip for getting the house picked up! Clutter Busting Game using ping pong balls-Each person chooses a ball, completes the task, then chooses another one. After 30 minutes, whoever has the most balls gets a prize -- like a no-chores day, or gets to pick a movie. - Such a great idea!"

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Bible/Science experiments

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What Age to Start Teaching Your Child Colors, Shapes, Letters and More! Also a few tips on how to teach them.

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A way to teach children the meaning of a dollar. Save, Tithe, Spend All while teaching them to not argue or complain. My Life as MaMa

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What Happens When I Talk to God? -- encourages children to develop the life-changing practices of talking to God every day and explains prayer in easy-to-understand ways.

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Bully-proofing your kids - Starting when their son was 3, psychologist Tammy Hughes and her school psychologist husband started teaching him. At night, they'd say, "Tell me three good things that happened to you today." This helped him make the distinction between events and his feelings about them. Once he had that mastered, they added, "Tell me three good things that happened to someone else (lesson: the world includes me and other people, their feelings and actions)." Next they asked...

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Hands down... The best thing I've read about parenting in quite sometime. Humbling.

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tips for teaching stranger danger -Good to know!

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That's My Son. Another pinner says: Best book ever for mothers to read for their sons....makes you think twice before you try talking to them....my son is 18 and i still use the info in it cause i believe it will always be useful!!!

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