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Keep kids on track and ease transitions with a daily routine chart that shows all their daily tasks.

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Make to-do lists kid-friendly and teach mental-health aligned responsibility.

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You May be Wondering...

If we want a tool like this to work, we want our kids to feel a sense of pride and ownership and like they had a part in building it.

Part of being a kid is feeling like life is happening to you. All the grown-ups make all the decisions, they're constantly telling you what to do and what not to do...just bossing you around, all day long.

Being part of the conversation about what is going to happen during the week or day gives kids a sense of control that every human needs in order to relax, no matter what their age is.

When you're splitting the calendars between multiple kids, you can understand how that sense of control might be diluted.

When they feel a sense of ownership over the calendar because it represents them and their lives, they feel a sense of pride. And with that sense of pride, comes a willingness to use it. And when they use it, they feel even more pride, and more responsible, and they continue to use it.

When something belongs to just us, we like it better. And we want them to like this and use it. So as much as I wish I could tell you that the kids can share it, it's going to be much more effective if they have their own.

We know that buying a chart for each kid can get very expensive, which is why we offer discounts on 2+ of every calendar kit.

The decision to carry only weekly calendars was not made lightly — it was made based on research about what kids can handle.

The truth is, depending on the age kids can handle only about a week or two at a time. Especially when they're going through something difficult, it can actually increase anxiety to see too far down the line.

Also, depending on their age, they might not be able to think that far down the line. When a kid asks for a snack and you tell them they can have one in five minutes, they react like, "that is literally my whole life, I will starve to death." So if five minutes feels like that, imagine what a three weeks might feel like!

The goal is to display the child's life for them to understand — not to create a command center for the whole family. In this case, making it as simple as possible is a benefit.

That said, if you have a reason to show more than one week at a time (such as co-parenting arrangement where the child sees a parent every other weekend), you might want to create an always up-to-date perpetual calendar. Here's a post from Instagram showing you how to do that.

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