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Helping busy parents manage lives on the go - Learn, Entertain, Organize

More Cleaning Clipart

I’ve had lots of good customer feedback about images to add to the Cleaning Checklists activity for The Trip Clip. Here are all the new pictures you can use now! Click here to see the full collection

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Stocking Stuffer: Magnet Packs!

Looking for a unique gift idea?  Try a magnet pack from The Trip Clip! There are morning and bedtime routine magnets, chore magnets, after school magnets, or a collection of the 20 most popular ones.  Each magnet pack is $3.95 … Continue reading

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How To Make Your Bed

For kids who need very specific instructions to learn a task, or remember how to do it, a visual checklist is a great tool! You can print this as is for free, or sign up on The Trip Clip website … Continue reading

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A Zoom Thanksgiving w/ Scavenger Hunt

My family has made the difficult decision to not gather for Thanksgiving this year. With virus counts increasing everywhere, and elderly, at risk relatives in the mix, we’ve decided we will do our best to find ways to celebrate virtually. … Continue reading

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Make Your Own Magnetic School Schedule

The Trip Clip website makes it easy to set up a magnet (or hook and loop) school schedule that is customized for your kids. This is especially helpful for kids who need to be able to visualize their schedule and … Continue reading

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Social Media Rules

Print this and hang it next to your kid’s computer at home. Talk it over with them, too, to make sure they fully understand the importance of verifying information before spreading it farther, how permanent their posts really are, and … Continue reading

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Election Night 2020: Kid Ballot

Let your kids participate in election day with their own, kid-friendly ballot! They can vote for what you have for dinner, and help choose how your family will spend the day or evening. It’s a great way to involve them … Continue reading

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Classroom Rules

A visual reminder in the classroom for special needs kids can help them remember all the expectations at school. You can print this or edit it!

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Tools For Teachers

I received some good feedback from teachers about my discount for schools, and have made some small changes as a result. Individual teachers can now get 30% off Schools can get 75% off with a purchase of 5 or more … Continue reading

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Middle School Organizer

One surprising impact of the Coronavirus at my house is how many more reminders my middle schooler seems to need now. Although he used to be pretty self-sufficient, the combination of staying at home for 6 months, having no scheduled … Continue reading

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