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Do your kids know what you mean when you tell them to clean their rooms? Using a helpful checklist like this one lets you make your expectations clear. Empower your kids to keep their own rooms neat and tidy without a lot of extra instructions from you. Avoid power struggles and work towards a more peaceful (and neater!) home for everyone by using this checklist. (Also available in a white version).

Printable Bedroom Cleaning Checklist for Kids

Do your kids know what you mean when you tell them to clean their rooms? Help them make bedroom cleaning a part of their daily routines with a helpful checklist. DIY chore charts like this help develop independence in children.

Three questions to ask your children before bed. What made you smile? What did you learn? What made you sad?

3 Questions to Ask Your Child Every Night

Use your nighttime routine to foster open communication with your child. What is one thing that made you smile today? What is one thing that made you cry today? What is one thing you learned today?

Perfect for purse when your kid needs a distraction. Fine motor on the go! LEGO in a tin, with a base on top

mommo design: IN A MINT TIN. Several fun DIY ideas for travel tin distractions. I like the tiny Lego box idea best. Great recycle purpose for your Altoids tins!

How to pray for my daughter; pray for my son

10 Social Manners for Kids

A son is a blessing and prayer for my son is important to me as a mom. If you want to pray for your son, use our 10 ways to pray for your son daily.

Here are three simple ideas you can apply to your parenting today.  If you're anything like me, you'll notice a HUGE difference.

Mini-Podcast: Three Unbelievably Simple Parenting Ideas (that Work!

Girls have Tutus.....boys have Dino tails

Girls have Tutus.boys have Dino tails. I'm editing this pin: Girls can have Dino tails, and yes, boys can have tutus!

Did you know it takes an average child 8 training sessions to teach a child a task? So, how do we expect them to know how to do something if we don’t teach them how? Take the time to teach your child to do house work and things for themselves to become independent and build self-esteem.

6 tips on encouraging your child to work and become independent

Organize a magnetic chore chart inside your pantry door! Print all of these tags for FREE printables too!

1 pool noodle cut in half, tooth picks, a "finish" line and marbles make for a fun afternoon!

Marble Race Track - This works, I've tried it! For outdoor summer fun, leave some of the tube in place so you can put the water hose in! You never know when the marble will shoot by!