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Morning Routine Chart
This chart reminds children what needs to be done in the morning so you don't have to!
Bedtime Routine Chart
This chart reminds children what needs to be done at bedtime so you don't have to!
Daily Chore Chart
Now your kids won't forget their chores!
You can also print out some
Positive Thinking Tools
turn their negative thinking around
Name Your Feelings
Guide your kids to label their feelings
Use these faces to help your children identify different feelings.
Family Meeting Notes
Weekly family meetings
can help your family pull together and help each other out.
Weekly Family Schedule
Keep your family organized by writing down your daily schedule.
Parent Time Chart
If your kids split their time between homes, fill in this two week calendar to show them who they will be with each day.
Charts for Parenting Digital Kids
more resources for parenting digital kids
Healthy Use Of Screens For Families
How can your family use screens in a healthy way?
Warning Signs of Too Much Screen Time
What are warning signs that you need to set more limits on screen time?
Screen Time Hurts Babies (
Why should screen time be avoided for babies under 18 months old?
Screen Time Tracking
How much time do your kids spend on screens?
Family Internet Rules
What are your family internet rules?
Boredom Busting Activities
The next time your kids complain "I'm bored!" point them to their own Boredom Busting Activities list! For ideas from other kids, print out the
Boredom Busting Activity Ideas
Charts and Documents for Parents
your family's most important moral values
These vows capture the promises parents make when welcoming a child into their lives.
Fill out this form so your babysitter has all the essential information at the tip of her finger!
You can also print out
babysitter interview questions
Development Stages by Age
The developmental milestones for social, emotional, cognitive, language and movement areas for different ages.
Who Controls What?
Avoid power struggles - focus on what you control instead of what they control!
Kids' Teeth Chart
Your children can color the tooth they've lost and write down the date.