How does it work?
- Each month, set up the calendar with your child, placing school days, activities, travel, and days with each parent.
- Each night, take off "today" and talk about what you'll do tomorrow.
- Put your child's life in context, reducing their anxiety and helping them feel in control of their own life.
- Choose a different color house or apartment for each parent, or create a custom magnet to look like any man or woman.
- In 50/50 custody situations (or near to it) get two sets of the calendar - one for each parent's home.
building a shared custody calendar is easy.
Choose one of our sets
1. Choose a calendar
2. Choose a magnet set to represent your house
3. Choose a magnet set to represent your ex's house
help your kids understand where they'll be, and when.
Why do kids need a visual calendar?
Little kids get anxious when they
don't know what to expect. A visual schedule
helps your child understand her life, so life
doesn't just happen to her.
Gives a sense of control
Kids have a fundamental need to feel some power
over their lives. Involving them in the process
of schedule-planning makes them feel like an
active participant in creating it.
Provides a constant reminder
Little kids often can't remember our words, but
visual aids help reinforce them - giving them the ability
to truly learn complex concepts like shared custody.
Kids love learning new skills, feel important
having their own schedule, and learn the concept of
"looking forward" to fun activities.
explain complex custody arrangements
Kids love the cute (but not cute-sy)
magnets. Parents love the subtle
colors, which won't interfere with decor.
Easily build the right calendar
for your unique family, with magnets
for every activity or family situation.
Magnets are strong and won't fall
off accidentally. The calendar can be
wiped clean with soap and water.
Divorce is a tough concept, made even harder by shared custody.
The Mighty & Bright Calendar is a one-of-a-kind tool that helps pre-readers understand their lives using visual representations of common activities. Perfect for kids who attend school or daycare, have a lot of activities, have parents who travel, or have parents who are divorced.