10 Things Your 10-year-old Shouldn't Be Doing is a great checklist and reminder for this age-group.
The accompanying article from iMom.com is also worth reading. Download the illustration (colour or black and white version) and read the article. Not only does it give further information about each of the listed points, it also contains links to more helpful articles and practical suggestions as you deal with these issues.
You can find it HERE...
TinyMe produce some great items for kids- personalised labels, bags, lunchpacks, family planners and more. If you've used their products before, you will also know that, not only do their products look good, they are great quality. The labels don't peel or fade despite regular washing and I love being able to create a character for the labels that really looks like my child.
They also produce a range of free downloadables for your personal use. With ANZAC Day approaching, take a few moments to check out their downloads here.
You'll find a poppy design to download and create to wear or to decorate your table, this ANZAC Day. You can also make an ANZAC wreath with the poppy design.
A recipe card for ANZAC biscuits is included. Commemorate ANZAC Day with your family, this year, in a special way with these little highlights from TinyMe.
The reThink Group has produced an iPhone, iPad and Android app for parents filled with tools and resources to help families develop faith in Christ and highlight Christian virtues.
You'll find Drive Time videos, Hang Time activities, Music and Songs and Meal Time discussion starters to remind parents to take time throughout the day, despite the business of life, to focus on these important values. You'll find Drive Time, Meal Time, Bath Time, Cuddle Time, Play Time and even Parent Time with blogs, podcasts and more. All activities, videos, discussions and resources will focus on one particular virtue each month.
The app also includes 2 age group areas- preschool & elementary so that you can switch between the two for different activities and resources.
You can find more information here.....
Clutter Rescue website and resources provides information, DIY courses, coaching, organising blog and more. The focus is on helping mothers move from busy to balanced, and these days it's the common cry from many families.
Life is endlessly busy and even school holidays seem jam-packed with activities and events. If you need some help with organising you home and your life, then check out the Clutter Rescue website and download the free app and make use of the tools:
Every family is unique; but all families are made up of individuals with the same need to connect, to interact and share with others.