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Giving Your Children Wings Without Losing Yours Does the idea of organizing and cleaning your home seem like an impossible dream? Homeschooling mother of six Tami Fox shares how she uses routines in her home to make it a haven for her family. She’s taught her children these routines, so they’ll be able to take their wings and fly into life as prepared adults. She shares positive methods for organizing and cleaning. Tami wants to help you give your children wings, so they can FLY, too!
The Student Control Journal – Developed especially by FlyLady for kids, this control journal is for kids only — parents keep out! This control journal helps kids learn how to use routines, develop a weekly schedule, and how to break their bedroom into zones to make cleaning it easier.
UP Kind of Day CD – This CD for kids is just so much fun! Kids, and grown-ups too, can enjoy dancing and rocking their way through the day! The CD is arranged to have a fun and FLYing good time all day long. When it is time to call an end to your day, just crawl into bed and find “Time to Dream” with your “Wings to FLY”!
FLY Parenting 101 – Here you will find a list of our favorite children and parenting related testimonials and essays. These will help you in so many important and fun ways. Make sure to check back often for updates!
Free to be Me – We are so excited to be able to offer the very first children’s book written for FLYing families! Monika Marcel, a Flybaby for many years, has written this very special book to help children learn to take babysteps and build routines to make every day a FLYing good day. Monika hopes to pay it forward helping children to learn the benefits of good habits. The book is illustrated by Gisela Bergeron.
The Savvy Parent’s Guide: How to Make Public Education Work for Your Child –This book is an invaluable resource for parents of school-age children. Alice Wellborn offers a down-to-earth, practical guide to help parents navigate the often frustrating world of public education. Designed to empower parents to work effectively with teachers and school administrators, this book provides parents with the information and tools they need to become strong partners in their child’s school community. The Savvy Parent’s Guide to Public Schools includes twenty-nine assignments, two quizzes, and eleven challenges to help parents gather and organize information, learn how public schools work, and set up strong systems for communication with teachers and other school staff.
The House Fairy – Who knew getting children to clean their rooms, make their beds, and cooperate with doing family chores could be so easy and this much fun? The House Fairy uses children’s gift of imagination to empower them to behave, help around the house, and keep a neat and tidy room. Parents can breathe a sigh of relief as the House Fairy helps parents motivate, inspire, reinforce, and recognize their children’s good behavior in a positive and loving way.
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