Free printable — Stories for reading out loud 1 min read
Science has proven there are numerous social, familial, neurological and psychological benefits of reading aloud, especially for parents and children (of all ages). So what books do you read? Here are some suggestions.
Free printable — Gratitude list 1 min read
Print a few copies and fill one out each day (or week) to remind you to find things to be grateful for in your day.
Free Printable — Pocket Money in Simple Steps 1 min read
A 6-step guide for giving your children pocket money.
Free printable — School starting schedule 1 min read
With different system and age requirements for preschool and starting school in every state and territory, it can get quite confusing as to when you should (or could) actually enrol your child. Use our handy form to create a school...
Free printable — Cold recovery checklist 1 min read
Cold over? This recovery checklist will hopefully stop your family from falling sick again in the near future!
Free Printable — Screentime Plan 1 min read
Help your child find a healthy balance between screentime and green time by setting a clear screentime plan. Put this up on the fridge or near a computer, so everybody can see it.
Free printable — Porn avoidance plan 1 min read
Porn is so easily available online, you’d be kidding yourself if you think your kid won’t be exposed to it. Use our printable to help you ask the vital questions for when future exposure occurs—because it will!
Free Printable — Are you dieting by mistake? 1 min read
You might not be aware of the extent to which your eating is dictated by dieting rules. Try this simple exercise: print this worksheet and fill in the answers.
Free Printable — Your At-Home Workout Plan 1 min read
This workout program has been designed in such a way that anyone can do it. It can help build muscle, endurance and stability, which will help your health and fitness in the long-term.
Free Printable — Genius-Building Experiences for Children 1 min read
Experiences are so important in allowing genius to flourish, so here is a starter kit of ideas to plan to do with your child. You might like to tick those that you have already done and place an asterisk next to...