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11 February 2013

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Kim

When I teach parenting- this is ALWAYS the first lesson! Organize and your life will be smoother and child's behavior so much better! I Have the parents write out their schedule, then I have just stock clip art from the internet and have them turn their schedule into a poster. You may not remember our schedule poster we had on our door when the girls were little. They thrived with that. Emily is 17 now, she has 2 dry erase boards in her room. One is a calendar and one is blank. Calendar keeps track of her activities and tests, the other is her immidiate goals and to-do's. Sarah has her own dry erase boards too. In the kitchen we have a cheap desk calendar on the wall where everyone puts there activities for the month.

I found an on-line family organization site called COZI, I love! It connects our home computers and cell phones to send reminders. I love it- but haven't really used it yet. Low tech works better for us now.

Valerie J. Frey

Thank you very much, Kim! Great ideas!

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