Kids can get so bored through the school holidays, this is a I’m bored checklist to help them come up with some activities to occupy their time.
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I’ve re-organised our school bag nook area adding in new charts and hooks for the school hats. I’ve become a little frazzled with all the activities the kids have so these charts are helping the kids and I remember what is happening each day.
Our school mornings are like ground hog day, however following this routine keeps us organised and has made the mornings rush-free. I’ve shared with you our family before school morning routine below with pictures. I started writing this post 18 months (not sure why it has taken me so long to publish it) however, moral of the story is that it still remains the same today!
When my kids started school all those many years ago as soon as they got in the car I ask them ‘How was your day’? 9 times out of 10 I get ‘good’ as an answer and at times that was it, conversation was over, either they felt they answered the question, they were tired […]
Click here to view all other posts in our Back to School Series A reader of our wonderful community has a dilemma: I’m looking for some healthy toddler lunchbox ideas. My preschool has a strict NO DAIRY, NO EGG, NO NUT, NO STRAWBERRIES, NO SUGAR AND NO SALT, policy. They also will NOT HEAT […]
Click here to view all other posts in our Back to School Series I just do very simple first day of school photo’s. Kids in their full uniform at the front entry of the house, will be great to look back! Here are some clever ideas for your photo’s for first day of school. 1st day […]
Click here to view all other posts in our Back to School Series A few days ago I shared my tips for freezer lunchbox baking and some of my favourite go-to freezer recipes, here are some other recipes I make for the lunchbox, that can’t be frozen. Homemade Strawberry Rollups Apple Fruit Leather. Also try […]
School starts back in most states next week, so now is the time to start preparing your kids and your home for the first day of school. This means ensuring you have routines in place in the mornings so you aren’t running around frantically, preparing your own mindset for separation from the kids and preparing the kids back to routines and school time sleeping hours.