This guest post was written by Cori Nevruz , Author of Make A List
We moms have a lot going on. From school and practices to meal planning and work. We have to keep ourselves organized! Many of us use lists to keep it together. We use daily lists such as to-do lists and grocery lists. We all know the satisfaction of checking an item off our lists (and if you are like me, you even write already completed items on your list just so you can check it off). Have you ever thought about how lists could benefit your child Most kids have made a list even if they didn’t know it. How many kids have made a birthday or a Christmas wish list either on paper, with pictures or even just in their head.? What if your child had a list of activities they need to do everyday after school?They get the satisfaction of checking that box, showing independence, and best of all YOU don’t have to remind them every single morning all year long (been there, done that). Kids love to talk about their favorite things. When they need something to keep them occupied, like in a restaurant while you are waiting for dinner, have them make a Top 10 list.Whether they are making a wish list for their birthday or keeping organized with a to-do list, making lists helps your child get organized, learn responsibility, and show independence. Read the book, Make a List, with your child and get them excited to make lists and you, a busy mom, can reap the benefits!
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