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7 Family Calendar and Scheduling Hacks | Parent Cue Blog

Create A Rhythm | Family Life | Featured

7 Family Calendar and Scheduling Hacks

Instead of cramming chores on your one free weekend of the month, establish a daily plan for tackling chores in small doses so nothing gets out of hand. Read More
Setting and Keeping Technology Boundaries | Parent Cue Blog

Featured | Technology

Setting and Keeping Technology Boundaries

iPads and laptops are everywhere, and for parents who want to put limits on their kids’ screen time, it can be difficult to find a healthy balance. Read More
The Morning Rhythm Checklist | Parent Cue Blog

Create A Rhythm | Family Life | Featured | School Life

The Morning Rhythm Checklist

If you’re struggling with the pace and chaos of the morning, creating a checklist can make a big impact on you and your child’s morning.  Read More
They're All Grown Up. Now What? | Parent Cue Blog

College and Young Adult | Featured | Imagine The End | Phase

They’re All Grown Up. Now What?

I wish we had known to show our kids how to be responsible adults and not just responsible children and teenagers. Read More
Every Middle Schooler Is Asking You a Question. Do You Know the Answer? | Parent Cue Blog

Featured | Middle School (6th-8th) | Phase | School Life

Every Middle Schooler Is Asking You a Question. Do You Know the Answer?

In middle school, preteens are all about using the knowledge they’ve gathered up until this point and brandishing it against authority. Read More
4 Conversations to Have Before Middle School Starts | Parent Cue Blog

Featured | Middle School (6th-8th) | Phase | School Life

4 Conversations to Have Before Middle School Starts

Middle schoolers are primarily motivated by acceptance. When they feel you have their back, they may be more willing to open up and share with you. Read More
The Question Your High Schooler Is Asking You | Parent Cue Blog

Featured | High School (9th-12th) | Phase

The Question Your High Schooler Is Asking You

Once your kid enters high school, they start developing a sense of purpose—one they will likely use to navigate their future direction. Read More
Creating Connection with a Disrespectful Child | Parent Cue Blog

Character and Values | Featured

Creating Connection with a Disrespectful Child

Discovering ways to connect with your defiant or disrespectful child creates a smoother path towards a healthier parent-child relationship.  Read More
Level Up: A Different Kind of Board Game | Parent Cue Blog

Elementary (K-5th) | Family Activities | Family Nights | Featured | Middle School (6th-8th)

Level Up: A Different Kind of Board Game

In the 30 minutes it took to play Level Up, I probably had one of the better conversations I’ve had with my son in quite a while—all while playing a… Read More
10 Ways to Engage Your Elementary Schooler Over the Summer

Family Activities

10 Ways to Engage Your Elementary Schooler Over the Summer

How do you keep your kids engaged and active—both mentally and physically—over the next few months? We have ideas! Read More
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