Tired of Tantrums? Know the type of tantrum you’re dealing with and how to handle them.
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Toys not cleaned up? His mouth opens and he "eats" the toys from a messy room. Hold them ransom for a while, love this!
nativity printables. super cute. glue on popsicle sticks and let the kids hold them while you read the scriptures about the birth of our
mount a basket under the desk to hold wires to keep them hidden & off the floor
For the Home ±
These are pretty neat. These could hold the information of both parties on them. Along with the dates and whatever else I can dream up.
making a house a home
We've talked before about how useful Kong toys can be to provide mental exercise, as well as some ideas on how to stuff them. Here are more ideas on how to get the most out of your dog's Kong toys!...
YOGA (6) - Legs up the wall. Lie on your back and place your legs up a wall, scooting your butt as close to the wall as possible so that your body forms an L reach your arms out to the side or overhead (a). Breathe deeply and slowly. With each exhale, let your body sink lower into the floor. Hold for five to 10 minutes. Performance perk: Relieves back pain and tired or cramped legs and feet--the ideal pose for any type of athlete or any
I was tired of my desks looking like a train hit them by the end of each day, so I found a great and cheap way to keep them together. I use medium and large sized zip ties to keep them together. I place the zip ties on multiple places on the desks. It works really well! Great idea!
SO tired of my purse and coupon organizer and whatever falling on the floor while I'm driving.
for the kids
Getting tired of the blocks... But love this side view!! And the sunlight on his face.
Kids love rolling around on the floor... and it's good for them! Plus one of my favorite floor games: Conveyor Belt!
Freeze plastic toys in blocks of ice and let the children find ways of excavating them out.
two of the tall cubby shelving units flipped sideways to make an L shape either in the kids' rooms or the playroom...could pad them for them to sit on or leave them hard as another surface to stack bigger toys on the top.
Why didn't I think of this... mount a basket under the desk to hold wires to keep them hidden & off the floor
What a smart idea for a growing child's room to truly give them a place of their own without the bed necessarily being the on-the-floor focus!
Elisa Strozyk - wooden rug with dyed wood; the rugs are flexible and move on each side of every triangle letting you sculpt them into crumpled works of art or lay them flat on the floor.
WANTS for my STUDIO
Tired of everything getting dumped in a pile in the basement or garage? Get everything up off the floor with elfa utility.
Bright Idea: BANG! A Twist on a Math Fact Fluency Game. Tired of playing Around the World? Try out BANG!!! a game that will levels the playing field for ALL of your students because any of them could win…not just the fastest fact recoilers.
DIY Mickey Mouse Ears, from wikiHow I used felt and double layered mine. The hot glue between the layers made them stand up on their own once it dried. They'll last longer and hold up to lots of play time.
Recipes to Try
What what! ... a stemless insulated wine tumbler! The Stemless Traveler™ (10oz) is made of AS - a strong polymer plastic resistant to boiling water, hot coffee and it's dishwasher safe (YAY!). The Stemless Traveler™ is more durable and of course BPA-free. The lack of stems makes them fit better just about anywhere you'd like to place them. Cupboards hold them more effectively and it's easy to wash them on the top rack of the dishwasher.