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Want to throw a Superhero Training Academy Birthday Party?  We just threw this party for my 6 year old and was a hit!!  My oldest son lov...

Want to throw a Superhero Training Academy Birthday Party? We just threw this party for my 6 year old and was a hit!! My oldest son lov...

Cheap to chic bar stool makeover. See how quick and easy you can transform projects with a paint sprayer and tent.

Cheap to chic bar stool makeover. See how quick and easy you can transform projects with a paint sprayer and tent.

Free printable morning checklists for kids

Teach your kids to get themselves ready with this super helpful morning checklist! Both versions have visual cues so it's perfect for pre-readers. There's even a personalized option availiable! Get your kids ready without nagging with these Free printable

As September inches closer, dread about the new school year mixes with your lofty goals of getting straight As and staying super organized, put together, and on top of everything. You buy lots of new school supplies that you hope will help you keep it together, you invest in planners (or make your own), you … Read More

Make your own easy color coded After School Routine Clock to help guide the time you have from after school until bedtime. Will help with time management for bedtime.

This has worked at our home for several years now. There is no yelling, there is no arguing. What you see is what you get!

Behavior Chart: Begin at "Good Job" every day. If a child is on any green space at the end of the day they get 5 pom poms in their jar. When the jar is full the child gets their pre-chosen reward (treat, prize, night out with mom or dad, etc. LOVE this!

Chore Jar

Whatever Dee-Dee wants.: Chore Jar with Color Coded Chore sticks and free printable. I like that the chores are broken down into details!

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 Children Money Values – When teaching kids money values, it’s important to remember the 3 S’s: spending, saving & sharing.