This school year have your kids pack their own healthy lunch by picking one thing from each category. This is a great way to promote independence and teach nutrition! You can print it as is for free, or edit it any way you like. https://thetripclip.com/tc/images/activity_shots/lunchbox-sq.png
Category: Health & Wellness
Free Lunch Box Packing List
This Monday I'm offering a free lunch box packing list. This works great for kids who are packing lunch to take to school, and for ones who are doing online school at home! I plan to prepare some fruits and veggies and sandwich ingredients to keep in the fridge so that the kids can easily … Continue reading Free Lunch Box Packing List
Parent Reward Chart
I borrowed this idea from Affinity Consulting. These are great reminders of what’s important, and I also love the focus on reminding parents to show themselves some grace too. You can print it here for free.
Free Printable – Social Distancing Best Practices
For kids or people with special needs, a visual schedule can be a very helpful of the social distancing behaviors needed during the coronavirus. You can print this guide for free.
Help Stop the Spread of Germs
A great reminder for young kids, kids with special needs, and even a few adults! You can print this or use it on a mobile device for free.
Social Distancing on a Walk Around the Neighborhood
Here's a free visual support for how to take a walk and practice social distancing: You can find other visual supports on the The Trip Clip website.
New Activity: Social Skills
I’ve added a new activity to The Trip Clip website: Social Skills. My original plan (from a previous era) was to spend the next few months adding clipart to help make tools for special needs kids to learn things like how to have a conversation, how to order at a restaurant, and how to behave … Continue reading New Activity: Social Skills
Free Printable: How To Wash Your Hands
You can print this hand washing checklist for free and then hang it in your bathroom. The pictures make it great for kids, people with special needs, and any adults who might need a reminder! Print for free Edit this list
Healthy Snack Ideas
We are trying to eat healthier at our house (who isn't, right?) which means some of my kids' standard snacks aren't meeting the bar. One of my kids likes Cheez-its, goldfish, or saltines as his snack. The other likes a frozen waffle with lots of Nutella on it. Since these are all basically solid carbs, … Continue reading Healthy Snack Ideas
I suffer from migraines - lots of them, unfortunately. 10-12 a month. I talked to my doctor about medications, and while I was researching her suggestion, I read a study that showed exercising for 40 minutes 3 times/week was as effective as the recommended medication, with fewer side effects. I'm also at high risk for … Continue reading Exercise Tracker