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show your kids how to study: 5 easy ways

show your kids how to study: 5 easy ways LOVE these ideas that work well with @postitproducts -- MUST-see for all parents & teachers!

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So smart! Do your kids use a million cups a day? Magnets on the back, put on the fridge.

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Screen time is an app that lets you limit time your child/student uses iPhone or iPad. You set the time, press start, and pass it to your kiddo. Best. App. Ever.

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from Thirty Handmade Days

Random Acts of Kindness Summer List

Random Acts of Kindness Summer List - fun activity to do with kids over the summer to teach kindness. Printables included (one filled in, one generic for you to fill in).

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Random Acts of Kindness Summer List

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Neutral Territory

I love this outfit! Each piece complements the next and is super cute and casual.

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Neutral Territory

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Free pattern and tutorial for a Ice-Skating outfit for American Girl Doll - Dance costume instead?

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from Etsy

American Girl doll clothes - Halter dress with high low tutu skirt (fits 18" doll) (409silver)

Hey, I found this really awesome Etsy listing at https://www.etsy.com/listing/237073574/american-girl-doll-clothes-halter-dress

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American Girl doll clothes - Halter dress with high low tutu skirt (fits 18" doll) (454sil)

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from The House of Hendrix

The Interrupt Rule

"The Interrupt Rule - Genius idea to teaching kids how to get your attention appropriately without interrupting." We started trying this and IT WORKS (WORKED). It took a couple tries, but lil'fluffy started to understand that we would get to his needs ASAP. Bloody Genius.

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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

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25 days of drawing.pdf

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