7 Easy Ways to Help an Ungrateful Child Grow in Gratitude & Grace

7 Easy Ways to Help an Ungrateful Child Grow in Gratitude & Grace

Most mamas know the feeling well. You’ve been doing your best to give your child all the opportunities, experiences and material needs that you think are important. Maybe, after a rough patch when you’re feeling a bit disconnected from your child, you’ve been turning on the magic at home. Suddenly, your child starts making ridiculous…

20 Free, Printable Chore Charts That Will Get Your Kids Movin’ and Groovin’

20 Free, Printable Chore Charts That Will Get Your Kids Movin’ and Groovin’

If you’re getting worried that your child is too spoiled, one of the best ways to straighten them up is by teaching them to contribute to the household. Chore charts can be a great way to clearly state your expectations and maintain a chore system all year. There are so many benefits to kids’ learning…

5 Essential Items for Your Child’s Calm Down Corner & Free Printables

5 Essential Items for Your Child’s Calm Down Corner & Free Printables

Calm down corners can be a great tool for your classroom and your home. If you’ve got little kids with big emotions that tend to spiral out quickly, the calm down corner can be a great way for them to learn more about their feelings, assist in processing them, and also prevent huge meltdowns. So…

16 Powerful Self Esteem Activities for Kids & Teens (plus important tips)

16 Powerful Self Esteem Activities for Kids & Teens (plus important tips)

As a teacher, it’s kind of heartbreaking when a child doesn’t seem to believe in himself. But when it’s my own kiddo, it’s even worse! My oldest child was born believing in herself. She has never met a problem she didn’t face with fierce determination. One of her earliest statements was “I do it myself!”…