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


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


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My name is Sara, and I want to show you how to *easily* help your kids.

Hello, friend.If you're here, it's likely because you're dealing with something exceptionally hard, and you're looking to help your kids.

If you're faced with something difficult, you're probably not super worried about yourself. After all, you are tough. You can handle hard things. But your kids? They're little, and this isn't fair.

I've been where you are, and I know how hard it is, especially because there is a lot of information out there, and much of it can make us feel like we're failing as parents.

The good news is this: I've done the research, and the research shows that we do not need to twist ourselves into pretzels to make sure our kids are okay. They will be okay, and you can ensure that very simply, in a way that doesn't add stress to your plate.

Scroll down to see the three things kids need to cope, and the three simple ways you can help them.

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⓵ CREATE A SENSE OF SAFETY : Use a visual calendar to take the abstract and make it concrete.
⓶ EXPLAIN HARD THINGS : Our books introduce hard topics and how they affect a kid's day-to-day.
⓷ TEACH SUPPORTIVE SKILLS : Teach vital coping skills that kids will use for the rest of their lives.

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