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Continuing my 2020 theme of supporting special needs families, I added some clipart to the social skills activity and created this visual support to help kids learn about how to interrupt. You can print it for free! Or make your … Continue reading
Over the years I’ve had a few school districts contact me about bulk discounts, so I decided to put an official policy in place. If you are a teacher or connected with a school, you can get a 75% discount … Continue reading
Every summer I try a new chores system for our family – some with more success than others! Here is this year’s: My kids are 13 and 17 now, and I find that each year they need a new system … Continue reading
I finally made a version of the weekly chart with the days across the top! Give it a try and let me know what you think.
Keep your kids reading this summer with creative reading challenges. Have your kids get 5 in a row in a week to make a bingo. You can print this bingo board for free. If it works, use The Trip Clip … Continue reading
I’ve added more clipart to the bedtime routine list based on customer feedback. See the full collection and make your own list here!
I’ve been working hard to bring a new Trip Clip product to market – Hook & Loop Checklists! These are for when you don’t have a magnetic surface available, and they are especially good for kids who would benefit from … Continue reading
I’ve added more clipart and 2 new free lists to the Social Skills activity to help teach how to have a conversation. What other social skills clipart or visual supports would be helpful to you? You can print these lists … Continue reading
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.
I’ve received a lot of good suggestions for items to add to the Chore Chart activity – here are 18 new options to choose from! See the full collection here.