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Emergency Contact Info List
It’s a great idea to post critical safety info in a place it’s easy to find. Click below for a free sheet you can customize with all the details about your home and family a caregiver or your child might need in an emergency!
Printable Emergency Contact Info list for families
To find out if your child is ready to stay home alone and get a list of safety must-dos, check out our full article.
Life Skills Checklist
It’s easy to take for granted the skills you use every day that help you function as an independent adult. We all had to learn those skills somehow, but those who learned them in a low-stakes environment before they moved out most likely encountered less stress. To ease your own child’s transition, make sure they already know some basic life skills before they leave home.
Family Technology Contract
Get your whole family on the same page—and on the right track for healthy online habits—with a family technology contract! Agreeing together about all these details (like online safety, limits on where and when devices can be used, issues like how to handle online purchases, and other specific rules for your family) can help ensure that your kids have a positive, healthy relationship with their devices.
Summer “Chore Chart” for Parents
Despite our best intentions, important stuff like self care and really connecting with our kids can get lost in the shuffle of day-to-day life. We can all use some help remembering! Print this chart to post on your fridge or in another high-traffic area, so you’ll be sure to do all the parenting things that make you feel good when you look back on your day.
Growth Mindset journaling pages
Knowing that they can improve—and that mistakes aren’t a failure, they’re just part of learning—makes kids less likely to give up, more confident, and more resilient in the face of challenges. These printable journaling prompts help you connect with your kids and encourage that growth mindset!
Positive Parenting Mantras
Just about the only time parents don’t mind repeating themselves is when it comes to parenting mantras—positive sayings that help keep you focused on what matters, and help you remember that YOU’RE DOING A GREAT JOB! Parenting is tough—make your coping skills stronger by printing these mantras out, displaying them where you’ll see them often, and repeating them to yourself when you need a boost.
Every family can stand to save some extra money in their monthly budget! Download our simple checklist to make sure you’re taking advantage of discounts, resources, and tips for saving on things like groceries, bills, credit cards, child care, and other monthly expenses.
Tools to Manage Anxiety
Make sure you and your kids have tools in your mental toolbox for coping with anxiety when it comes up! Choose a list to display to remind you of some healthy coping strategies—or print a blank template that has space for your family to add your own ideas!
Happiness Triggers Worksheet
Identifying things that consistently brighten your mood or bring you joy can be an important step in nurturing your own mental health—and the better you feel, the better you’re able to take care of your kids! Our FREE printable worksheet can help walk you—and your kids!—through identifying what triggers your joy.
Hacking Happiness Chemicals — for Parents
We all know it’s important to keep up with our mental health—after all, a happy parent leads to happy kids! Print these reminders for simple, everyday ways you can naturally increase the amount of four brain chemicals that help keep you happy.
30 Day Challenge for Raising Feminist Kids
Most parents would love to raise children who respect everyone equally, and who have equal opportunities regardless of their gender. These are feminist values that we need to model and pass on to our sons and daughters if we want their generation to see—and be a part of—change.
30 Day Challenge for Raising Eco-Conscious Kids
30 Day Family Self-Care Challenge
Practicing self-care as a parent is one of the best things you can do for yourself and your brood. But doing it as a family can have even more benefits—solidifying your bonds and helping you build deeper, more meaningful connections with each other. Get started with these 30 ideas for nurturing your physical and mental health.
Keeping Kids Entertained
Click below to discover some fun and simple ways to keep kids entertained:
Creative Ways to Connect with Kids
We’re all looking for more ways to connect with our kids, teach them important lessons, and just have fun together! The resources below can definitely help:
- See our scripts for talking to kids about tough topics like grief and peer pressure, diving into interesting subjects like what happens to trash when we throw it away, and explaining different cultural customs and holidays. We also have tips on exactly what to say in tricky situations, and how to talk kids through behavior issues like lying and perfectionism.
- Worried about online safety? Get all the info, scripts, videos, and resources you need to tackle subjects like social media, screen time, dangerous red flags online, predators on the web, recognizing misinformation, and more in our online safety hub.
- Check out all our family challenges that give you fun and easy ways to focus on things like social skills, movement, spreading happiness, and tons more!
- Questions 4 Kids: Print out these free question cards! Pick your favorite topics or download them all—each question will lead to a great conversation with your child, creating moments of connection (and lots of laughs)!