Check out our new School Message template! Simply print out the template in the available Word or PDF format on a 8.5 x 11 piece of paper. Two templates will print per page. You may have to adjust your margins in order for the template to properly print. Sending messages to school will be much easier with these notes, we promise. Keep them handy in your kitchen for added ease with a few envelopes (for field trip/lunch money, added privacy, etc). They will save you time on many busy mornings!
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Do you feel like you're losing the bedtime battle?
Kids know what the next step is and what the result will be – sleep! Establishing a routine requires consistency and allows for your child to have some choices. For example, the adult must establish the bedtime and how much sleep the child needs. The child may choose their pajamas or bedtime stuffed animal, if they sleep with one.
Try using one of our Going to Bed Checklists to help your child practice establishing a night time routine.
Print the document once a week for each child and place in a location where your child can see it as they get ready for bed, like near their bed or bedroom door. Feel free to personalize it, like by adding a picture of your child brushing their teeth in the bottom right hand corner.” As extra motivation, you may consider giving your child a sticker next to each day that they complete all the tasks.
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Our handy calendar can help with this often daunting task. Type in all those dates that you want to remember and place in a location where you will see it. Using the Word format version, you can type directly into the template and then print it; or print the PDF version and write in the dates by hand.