If you asked your child where they should go to find the true meaning of Christmas would they answer, “The mall”? Gift-giving was a noble part of the Christmas story, but there was a lot more to it. The Story of Christmas tool will help you take your children on a journey to the heart of Christmas […]
This is a great tool to have on hand at all times. The babysitter checklist takes only a few moments to print and fill out. We recommend filling in the information that doesn’t change and making copies. When you go out, you can fill in the specific information and leave your children knowing they are in […]
Teens love a lot of things – their cell phones, their friends, their sleep – but they’re not too crazy about chores. So make iMOM’s chore chart part of their everyday routine, so you won’t have to argue with them about what you expect them to do. We made it easy and created one for […]
Divvy up the chores and get the housework done so that mom will have time for some family fun! When your kids are clamoring to get out on the weekend, but you are overwhelmed with housework, take time for an important life lesson – teamwork. Here’s a great idea for teaching teamwork. When there’s work to […]
What if you tried some very simple things over the next 14 days to improve your marriage? What if you could do one little thing a day to bring more love, laughter, and lightness to your life with your husband? What if you had nothing to lose by trying? We’ve come up with a list […]
Take our 30 Day Mom Challenge! 30 ways, in 30 days, to be the best mom you can be. For each day of the month, find the corresponding number and follow the tip. So, if you begin the challenge on November 9; start with tip 9 and move on from there. You can repeat 30 […]
Can siblings really be expected to be nice to each other? Well, yes, but unless your children just happen to have really pleasant dispositions, the training to be that way will have to come from you. So we’ve come up with 5 Ways to Encourage Sibling Love. Nothing fancy, just things like encouraging them to say […]
Keeping the lines of communication open is one of the best ways to prevent your child from drinking and doing drugs. iMOM’s Drinking and Drugs Talk family conversation starters will help you bring up this serious topic in a non-threatening way.
Would you rather know what your children really prefer and believe, or just have to wonder? Most moms would rather know, of course! So use these Would You Rather… Questions for Kids to learn more about your own children.
Make learning more fun with iMOM’s Math and Reading Reward Chart. As your children read and calculate, let them check off the cone and scoop squares in our reading and math log. When they’re all done, it’s time for a trip to the ice cream shop!
I do my best to encourage my children to be polite. But in the training stage (all of childhood!), they still need reminders here and there. That’s why I love this Social Manners for Children printable. It’s 10 little things that will make a big difference in helping my kids in the etiquette department. It has the […]
We all intend to ensure that our children are properly supervised at all times. But there are situations where, despite good planning and your best intentions, they become separated from their caregivers. If this happens while traveling or in an unfamiliar environment, it can be double scary for kids and parents alike. To help prepare […]
Download our free (and better yet cute!) 2015 printable calendars. January through December are available in PDF format. If you’re still in need of 2014 printable calendars, then you can still find them here.
Our 2014 printable calendars have been a big hit. And, we don’t mean to brag, but they are really cute. Since so many of you have enjoyed them and have asked us to add new versions — we have! Today we’re unveiling our beautiful, 2015 calendars. Also, if you’d like another look, check out our 2015 calendars […]
Printable Fall Coloring Pages for a fun afternoon activity with your kids. Have your kids color the leaves, candy corn, scarecrows and pumpkins then use as fall décor around the house.
Just by filling your mind with the positive you can change your outlook. So have your children use this coloring page to write their five happiest words and draw a picture to go with each. Just seeing what they come up with will more than likely make you happy.
Letting your children have a cell phone can be a great tool for staying in touch with them and keeping them safe. But cell phone use can also be a point of contention. So, read over our Cell phone Contract with your child and talk about the guidelines. Then, before they make their next call […]
Before your children get behind the wheel, have them sign iMOM’s Teenage Driving Contract. The contract reviews safe driving procedures and offers consequences if those procedures are not followed.