After School Rules
The truth is, I'm always trying new things because an idea will last for a bit and then stop working with my kids. It's just the nature of parenting...
Our Weekly Summer Schedule
To start off I made my summer bucket list, and then I made this weekly summer Schedule to make sure we would get a wide variety of activities in each week
Summer Reading Bingo Challenge for Kids (Free Printables) - The Chirping Moms
Summer Reading BINGO cards. Use these printable BINGO cards to inspire and motivate your young readers to read all summer long.
Kids Writing | 60 Fun & Fabulous Ideas
Help your students enjoy the benefits of journaling with these 60 new kids writing ideas. They'll love the chance to get creative and let their ideas shine!
I created these lists to help my kids know exactly what I mean when I ask them to clean a room. They still don't really want to do the chores, but the grumbling lessens when they can at least see there is a beginning and an end to the jobs expected of them. You can use these for free, or edit them to make them just right for your family
Summer Reading Activities - Planning Playtime
Are you looking for fun Summer Reading Activities that the kids will love? We've got them for you. Scavenger Hunts, Bingo, Roll & Read, Reading logs & more.
Summer Morning Basket (+ FREE Printable Planning Sheet)
Morning Basket is a great rhythm to incorporate into your family morning routine. Get inspired with our Summer Morning Basket + easily plan out your own morning basket by downloading the FREE printable planning sheet.
How to create a morning routine for kids that will help you start the day in a positive way
Printable morning checklist for kids: Here are some tips that totally changed our mornings and a printable checklist that will help you create an effective and joyful morning routine for kids! | Morning checklist for toddlers
100 Writing Prompts
Included are 100 writing prompts. These are perfect for Daily 5, writing centers, early finishers, or morning work. Simply cut (there are 9 per page) and laminate (if you choose). You can either put them in a jar or folder for kids to choose. They simply pick one out and write what the prompt tells ...