Parenting Resources

I created this page to share a list of parenting resources you may need during your motherhood journey.

Many of these resources I have personally used or plan to use in the near future.

These parenting educational resources, are here to help you simplify your parenting and motherhood journey.

I hope you find something that will be helpful for you!

 

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Organize Your Life

Planners for Busy Moms:

I’m all about staying organized as much as possible, so here are some planners that have helped me accomplish this.

Prioritize Your Life Daily Planner – This is a FREE daily planner for moms I created to help me stay on track throughout my day with daily tasks.

It has really helped me prioritize what’s most important for me to complete for the day.

Amy Knapp’s Family Organizer – I personally have the 2017-2018 version and love it!

I really like this planner because there are several areas to write notes, complete weekly and monthly grids, grocery lists, weekly to-do lists, inspirational quotes, and color-coded stickers.  


There is now a new version for 2018-2019 and Amy creates new planners with new cover designs every year.

MomAgenda– Here’s another planner (that is on my list to get this year) that has weekly and monthly scheduling and would pair well with a daily planner printable. 

MomAgenda has planners, journals, notebooks, memory books, and so much more!

Get Organized, Get Happy – This is a step-by-step guide written by a mom who shares how to organize and declutter your home.

She gives tips for menu planning, staying motivated, where to start, and how to organize your kid’s things.

There’s even quick routines that will help you keep your house neat and clean. This guide is on my list to read for sure! 

Educational Programs for Kids

Kid’s Programs:

ABC Mouse – I absolutely love this program!

We tried it for the first time for my 4 year old son and he really loves it. 

They have learning material for ages 2-8, that cover math, reading, art, music, and so much more! 


I was surprised to see all of the cool things my son could learn in such a fun way! You can sign up for a FREE 30 day trial here.

Preschool Learning Checklist – Are you thinking about teaching preschool at home, but unsure where to start? This was me when I first started homeschooling my first child for preschool.

I knew I wanted to teach my son preschool from home, but I was unsure of everything he needed to know.

Now that I’ve taught him preschool at home up until he went to kindergarten, and I’m currently teaching my daughter, I have a hang of teaching preschool at home.

That’s why I created a Free preschool learning printable to help you on your homeschool preschool journey.

Teaching homeschooling preschool doesn’t have to be complicated, so download your Free Preschool Learning Checklist Printable to get simple teaching ideas.

Children Learning Reading – This is a reading program that focuses on phonics and phonemic to teach kids to read.

If the program is followed properly, it will allow parents to teach their kids to read in just 12 short weeks!

I personally have followed some of this approach (along with other things), and taught my son to read at the age of three.

Fun Chore Calendar for Toddlers & Preschoolers – This is a FREE chore chart I created for toddlers and preschoolers to teach them responsibility in a fun way.

It also includes a list of chore ideas for toddlers and preschoolers.

My two kiddos LOVE their calendar chore chart, which has truly help them appreciate the simple tasks they do around the house.

 

Big Preschool Workbook – I can’t even explain how excited my daughter is to have “homework time” since I bought this workbook.

She is 3 years old going on 4, and has such a desire to learn new things.

The Big Preschool Workbook, has allowed my daughter to practice tracing shapes, letters, and numbers.

She also mastered how to identify patterns the first time I introduced it to her.

Overall, this preschool workbook has really kept my daughter excited about learning. It’s a must have for sure!!

Child Behavior Help

Books/Tools:

The 5 Love Languages of Children – This book will teach you what your child’s love language is and different ways to express that language daily.

I absolutely LOVE this book! It has tremendously help me learn how to love my son in the way he feels loved.

Once I learned my son’s love language and started expressing it to him more, I noticed a huge change in his behavior toward me.

I highly recommend every parent (mom and dad) read this book.

Gentle Discipline – This book a an excellent tool if you are having behavioral challenges that won’t seem to go away.

The author Sarah does a great job defining different types of parenting styles, and explains how having a “one way fits all” mentality in parenting will set you up for huge struggles with your child.

This book has personally help me understand why misbehavior happens, and gentle alternatives to discipline.

I highly recommend all parents read it.

Example Guide for Daily Confessions –  This is a FREE example guide for mom and child on how to write positive affirmations to speak life over yourself and your child daily.

Positive confessions are essential for keeping your mind focused on the good instead of the bad. 

I personally do this everyday for myself and my kids and it has been such a blessing for us.

It’s one of the main reasons for keeping peace in our household. 

MORE COMING SOON!