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Checklist for kids to help w/ chores.

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Turning Toddler Scribbles into Art...LOVE!

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from Etsy

Car felt shapes set 23 pieces felt shapes for flannel boards or felt boards Educational homeschool #3841

Good idea for a felt board

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Organizing Kids' Medicines

Great tips on keeping kids' medicines tidy. Great for the middle of night feel-bads.

i should be mopping the floor: Organizing Kids' Medicines

from Sunshine and Hurricanes

Taking Control of Technology Before Technology Takes Over Your Family

Feeling unsure about how to handle cell phones, tablets, video games, or computer use in your family? This FREE PRINTABLE for the Family Rules of Technology could be a help! You MUST talk to your kids about using all the technology available properly! Taking Control of Technology Before Technology Takes Over Your Family

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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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from Teachers Pay Teachers

Tattling vs. Reporting

Tattling vs. Reporting My Aspie has a very black and white perspective on right and wrong. My job is to help him see the grey areas. Not an easy task.

Tattling vs. Reporting

Tired of school papers and child artwork all over the place? Here's a great new system for organizing your kids school papers from their toddler years through twelfth grade! What a great keepsake to pass on to your kids too!

My Memory Box: New System to Organize Kids School Papers - Vibrant Homeschooling

from Jules & Co

5 Second Fixes to be a Better Mom Today

Click through to get the free printable list! What do you do with a day that seems to go all wrong? Turn your day around with these quick tips to be a better mom in the small moments! Take 5 seconds to show your kids they are valued and loved in your home.


5 Second Fixes to be a Better Mom Today | Jules & Co

Reporting vs Tattling

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