Category Archives: Life Skills

How To Have a Conversation & Interrupt Politely

I’ve created a number of checklists about how to have a conversation as well as how to interrupt politely. These may be helpful reminders for kids as we enter the holiday season and spend lots of time socializing! You can … Continue reading

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Nutrition: Lunch Box Packing & Healthy Snacks

This is a great time of year to be thinking about healthy eating for the whole family. I’ve used these two tools – the lunch box packing list and the healthy snack ideas list – to help teach my kids … Continue reading

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Chores Bingo

Chores Bingo is a great way to mix things up and make chores more fun. Unlike daily assigned chores, this bingo board lets kids try — and learn! — different jobs. It works surprisingly well for spreading the work load … Continue reading

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Kid Lunch Packing Checklist

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 … Continue reading

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Bedtime Routine: Printed, Mobile, or Magnetic

Start off on the right foot this school year by establishing a solid bedtime routine. Print it, use it on a mobile device, or make it magnetic! Try it here!

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Print Your Own Magnets

A magnetic checklist is a great back to school tool. Choose from hundreds of images and write any text to make your own magnets. Print them on regular paper and attach to the provided adhesive magnet paper. Your magnets will … Continue reading

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After School Checklist With Personal Photos

Some kids are very literal and need a picture of their exact folder. Sometimes a picture of their own grandma helps them remember better who is coming to pick them up. How will you use the new “upload your own … Continue reading

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How To Use This Chore Chart

One of my most well-liked creations is also one of my most-hated creations. Every time I post this “Chores By Age” graphic I get a lot of likes, and a surprising number of negative comments, especially about the Chores For … Continue reading

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Cooking With Kids

I added more than 150 images to the Custom Checklist activity. Among all this clipart were a number of images related to cooking, making it possible to create a visual list for a kitchen project, like making chocolate chip cookies! … Continue reading

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Going to the Doctor

For some kids, including many special needs kids, anxiety around going to the doctor can be reduced by knowing exactly what is going to happen and when. This sort of visual schedule can help kids ‘see’ their visit, and see … Continue reading

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