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Are you sick of hearing "I'm Bored"? Check out this bright and fun Bored Jar. Half simple chores (designed for kids ages 4-10) and half fun, imaginative play ideas, plus some blanks for you to fill in your own (based on your child's age and interests)! Come grab your FREE PRINTABLE!

Are you sick of hearing "I'm Bored"? Check out this bright and fun Bored Jar. Half simple chores (designed for kids ages and half fun, imaginative play ideas, plus some blanks for you to fill in your own (based on your child's age and interests)!

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Struggling with your child's tantrums? It's hard feeling like you don't know what to do when your child acts inconsolable. Check out this step-by-step guide on handling tantrums with your toddler (infographic included).

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Ultimate kids summer activities lists and bored Jar lists. Make sure you never hear the words "I'm Bored" again! Empower your children to learn to occupy themselves with this ultimate selection of summer activities.

This list makes family goal setting so easy. You really can set a family goal any time of the year. Such a great way to bond and teach your children that they can achieve their goals easier through teamwork. Use this to set a New Years resolution with your kids or set long and short term goals!

Goal setting with family is very powerful because you can hold each other accountable. Come print out these Incredibly easy family goals worksheet and list.

How to Raise a Genius: praising efforts over smarts makes a world of difference

Someone shared an interesting infographic with me recently about how to raise smart kids. I wanted to post it here not because I believe there is a “formula” for turning kids into geniu…

When teaching kids money values, it’s important to remember the 3 S’s: spending, saving & sharing. Get more tips in our new infographic.

How to Teach Your Children Money Values When teaching kids money values, it’s important to remember the 3 S’s: spending, saving & sharing. Get more tips in our new infographic.

6 Ways to Raise a Self Reliant Child #edchat #ptchat #parents

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