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[Free Printable] 12 Brilliant Chore Charts Ideas to Establish Daily Routines for Kids

Chore Charts for kids are an important addition to any home. To make my point, have you looked on Amazon lately? You will find dozens of pages of routine charts will pop up. It is shocking but not. Parents are eager to find a way to implement routine in their everyday lives. Plus a daily …

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The Ultimate Guide to Mindfulness for Kids Ideas & Resources

Mindfulness for kids is a trendy topic these days but oh so important. The idea that adults can nurture a life skill – like teaching mindfulness – to help kids relax their bodies, to be conscious of their relationship to the world, to breath through painful emotions, to be present, to be emotionally intelligent, in …

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Stop Constant Whining with this Simple Parenting Approach

There is nothing more cringe worthy – okay, maybe fingers scratching across a chalkboard – than hearing a child whine. How can we get kids to stop whining? Is it possible? Yes! Learn about Parent Child Interaction Therapy as a way to not only stop whining in its tracks but better yet to improve your relationship with your child TODAY!

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8 Awesome Preschool Activities – Geography

This post includes 8 Preschool Activities for Geography that we love in our home. Preschoolers are ripe for learning geography, both physical and cultural aspects to the learning. There are simple, hands on ways to introduce the great big world to young children. This post includes some of my favorite geography preschool activities. Enjoy! Montessori …

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Montessori Back to School Gifts for Parents

Welcome to the start of a new school year! I have been busy preparing the classroom with my lead teacher. So far, I feel reasonably confident but I still have a lot of questions. These questions alas can’t be answered until I start meeting parents and getting to know the children. I figure many parents …

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5 Ways to Help Your Child Build Self-Esteem

When I think about being happy, purposeful, and sure of oneself, I believe self-esteem is the foundation. We all want what is best for our children. We want them to be happy, full of purpose, and confident as they move through life. What does that look like, though?  Technically, according to the Mayo Clinic, “self-esteem is …

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How to Make a Worm Tower – Outdoor Learning for Kids

Kids will absolutely love this gardening activity! Make a Worm Tower!  You can do this activity anywhere you might find a multitude of worms. You’d be surprised where you can buy worms, too! The Worm Tower is a fancy way of describing a travel case for your worms. We made our Worm Tower and carried them …

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How to Present a Montessori Brown Stair Sensorial Lesson

The Montessori Brown Stair is work included within the Sensorial sequence. Specifically, it’s located within the visual sense of the sequence. During these works, children learn to visually discriminate between the differences between various objects. What is the Montessori Brown Stair? The work is made up of 10 brown prisms of the same length (20 …

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