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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.
Don’t forget to grab a laminator to use with your printables! This Amazon brand one is quite amazing and pretty inexpensive as far as laminators go. I stock up on a large refill pack and it lasts me forever. I laminate almost all of my printables because it saves paper…and dry erase markers + kids = winning. Success!
This fun learning activity for preschoolers and kindergartners combines fine motor practice with learning the letters of the alphabet! My 3 and 5 year olds both loved this, and it’s a piece of cake to set up. Preschoolers love to use clothespins. Working a clothespin is also great for strengthening hand muscles and developing fine...Read More »
Getting kids to listen without yelling takes patience and skill. How can you develop this parenting skill? Check out 15 positive phrases you can try now. If you are an educator you can also try this at school, in the classroom. #beenke #GettingKidsToListen | mom, children, families, student
Learn THE FIVE 5 LOVE LANGUAGES FOR KIDS by Gary Chapman. 100+ fun ideas to bond with and improve the relationship with your baby or children. Words of affirmation, physical touch, quality time, acts of service, gifts. Get a cute, free printable love bingo activity, which will help with positive parenting. Great for Valentine's Day or anytime of the year. Teachers can use in the classroom as well. #parenting #parentingtips #positiveparenting #freeprintables #parenting #printable #kidsactivities