Comprehensive List of Life Skills for Ages 2-18
Many of today’s young people don’t have the skills needed for success in everyday life. What are these life skills? Here’s a comprehensive list.
Craftaholics Anonymous® | DIY Cookie Sheet Chore Charts
How to make DIY Cookie Sheet Chore Charts + link to Free Printable. Cheap, easy way to get kids motivated to help out with the family chores!
School Lunch Ideas & a Free School Lunches Printable Planner - Organizing Homelife
I love putting together a little “Back to School” gift pack for my kids each year. Shopping for new pencils, binders, and backpacks, and just the overall feeling of starting fresh on a new school year is something I really enjoy. Although I homeschool my kids, we also participate in a weekly co-op school. Getting …
Kids Chores By Age - Family Joys
Here’s the thing. Doing chores is good for kids because it actually helps them feel like they can do something to help the family. It helps them feel capable, according to this Harvard Medical study, which also says that doing chores is also a strong predictor of a child’s future success. Maybe I’m just lucky because heck, my kids LOVE when I give them little jobs to do. They literally jump up and down when I get two wet washcloths and announce, “who wants to wash the floor!?” And then they…
Eclectic Recipes Fast And Easy Family Dinner Recipes
I've got a fun new craft to share with you today that I did with my son yesterday - a little chore chart! Now that our son is a big kindergartner, we felt that
Free Printables: Age Appropriate Chores For Kids
Drag and drop to make any picture checklist and then print it, laminate it, magnetize it, or use it on a mobile device! There are over 1500 images to choose from.
Mommy Bootcamp Day #2: Responsibility (DIY Chore Chart)
Day 1 of Mommy Bootcamp was quite successful. Both kids ended up with one time-out sticker left, so no one was grounded. They have also been doing a great job with listening and happily running over to their charts to put up their latest sticker when they've earned it. Even the little guy is understanding, so I am pleased with our progress from just one day. More rewards have been given out today and our kindness jar is filling up, too! Positive reinforcement really does go a long way! Day 2…