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 — Diabetic food list 1 min read
While everyone has different needs—and you should speak to your doctor and diabetes team for individualised advice—including the following in your shopping list is a good start.
Free Printable — Age-Appropriate Chores 1 min read
Print out this chore chart, put it up on your fridge to remind you—and your kids—of the jobs they can do around the house.
Free Printable — Rhyming Game 1 min read
Print—preferably on stiff paper—and cut along the lines so they become individual cards to play this rhyming game with your child.
Free Printable — Wardrobe Labels 1 min read
If keeping track of things is not your child’s strong point, help by labelling each box with a specific type of wear.
Free Printable — Business Start-Up Checklist 1 min read
What you need to consider before taking the career leap of your life.
Free Printable — Pocket Money in Simple Steps 1 min read
A 6-step guide for giving your children pocket money.
Free Printable — Homework Checklist 1 min read
If your child’s procrastination is driven by lagging organisational skills, breaking tasks into small steps will help them have a clearer picture of exactly what they need to do to meet a deadline. Here's how.
Free Printable — Fun Activities for the Christmas Holidays 1 min read
Struggling to find fun activities for the Christmas holidays? Here are four ways that won't break the bank!
Free Printable — Developing Your Parenting Values 1 min read
Parenting values answer the question, “How do I want to be as a parent?” Here are some questions to consider to help you come up with your set of parenting values.