Reading Rewards

Free Printable Reading Rewards Free printable reading awards to make reading fun and rewarding. Your children or students will suddenly become book worms! Reading Logs These printable reading logs will help you keep track of the number of books that your student or child’s reads.   Reading Awards for Kids The following reading awards can be […]

10 Ways to Relieve Stress

Parenting is very stressful. Rewarding but stressful. As if raising our children is not stressful enough we usually burdened with additional concerns such as – work, mortgage, running our homes, etc. There is never enough time in the day. Most of us don’t even realize what the stress is doing to our bodies. Here are […]

Feelings Chart

        Free Printable Feelings Charts Emotion Chart from A to Z This emotion chart includes a list of feelings from a to z with feeling faces for each emotion. Its perfect to hang in a classroom or at home. Printable List of Feelings This feelings list can be printed and used by kids (and […]

Routine Charts

Kids need routines and structure. Knowing what they are going to do every day gives them a sense of security. Kids are constantly being been bombarded by a barrage of challenges, from learning to be more independent to mastery various skills that are required as they grow and become more independent. When a child’s routine […]

How to Limit Screen Time

How Much Screen Time is Too Much? Limiting screen time for kids is one of the challenges that parents all over the world face today. Studies have shown that excessive media use can lead to attention problems, school difficulties, sleep and eating disorders and obesity. Recommended screen time The following computer time limits are only […]

Reward Bracelets

Printable Paper Wristbands These printable paper wristbands are a great way to let your student or child know what a great job he did. Choose a printable wristband with the most suitable message (there are 8 different versions below). Each version can be printed in color, partial color and/or black and white. Teachers can print a bunch […]

Are you doing too much for your kids?

Yesterday, I had two interesting conversations that made me think a lot about how much I think we should do for our kids. I have a son in 3rd grade and he had to submit a group science project. He met with his group twice for a few hours each time and they prepared the […]

10 ways to get kids to tidy their rooms including 3 fail-proof methods

Has your child’s room ever looked like you just had a burglary? Are you tired of nagging and begging your child to tidy his room? Here are 10 tips that might help you get your child to tidy her room without nagging, begging or threatening. 1)     Set the rules and make sure that your kids […]

How to Potty Train

How to Potty Train Step by Step Potty training is a milestone that makes parenting a little easier and helps kids to start feeling more independent and grown up. The potty training process requires a lot of patience but if you start before your child is ready then all the patience in the world will […]

13 Ways to get your kids to do their homework

Homework Solutions How to get your kids to do their homework without begging or bribing Use a homework chart to keep track of your child’s homework. This chart will enable both children and parents to keep track of what needs to be done. You can then check that your child has done his homework without having to […]