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Teaching Our Children to Be Happy With What They Have - The Idea Room

Teaching Our Children to Be Happy With What They Have

15 Fun Kids Playroom Ideas From Pinterest - Baby Gizmo

Framed board games make awesome decorations for a kid's room or game room! Or a play therapy playroom/office.

No Secrets | Why We Don't Keep Secrets In Our House {Child Abuse Prevention} via denvermomsblog.com

Why We Don't Keep Secrets In Our House {Child Abuse Prevention} -- Body Safety Rules

9 Ways to Teach Your Kids the Word of God | Intoxicated On Life

9 Ways to Teach Your Kids the Word of God

As parents, we want to use every method we can to fill our children& minds with ideas from the Word of God. What methods did God use?

Love this printable! It's such a simple and cute way to remind our kids how they can show respect at home. You could print it and put it on the fridge or in a frame for your kids room or bathroom!

8 Positive Ways to Teach Kids Respect

Love this printable! It's such a simple and cute way to remind our kids how they can show respect at home. You could print it and put it on the fridge or in a frame for your kids room or bathroom!

Help for those hard conversations. An outline to help you create a positive, gospel-driven understanding of sexual intimacy.

Help for those hard conversations. A Mormon-based outline to help you create a positive, gospel-driven understanding of sexual intimacy. Great info despite any preferred doctrine.

There are many important values that we need to teach our kids, but in my opinion one of the most challenging is teaching respect. Actually, it’s more than just teaching our children what respect is, it’s training them to be respectful … and that’s where the problem lies.

There are many important values that we need to teach our kids, but in my opinion one of the most challenging is teaching respect. Actually, it’s more than just teaching our children what respect is, it’s training them to be respectful … and that’s where the problem lies.

Our get along jar! Write consequences on popsicle sticks. Everytime the littles fight, they choose a stick from the jar.  Examples:  *make the other person's bed. *pick up the other kids' toys. *read the other person a story.

Love this creative discipline idea! My kids aren't old enough for it yet but it's good to know for the future! Millions of Miles: Creative Discipline- Our Get Along Jar

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