Unless you have a system, it’s difficult to keep track of chores. This responsibility chart from Melissa & Doug makes it easy to get involved in doing daily chores. It’s magnetic so it can be easily customized for your 7 year old. It’s not only a good way to remind her of the chores she has to complete, but a good way to reward her every week for good behavior.
This is such a neat idea for families that sit at the dinner table together. It’s a box of questions that’s a great way to get a conversation started at the table. You just pick up a card and ask a question from the card like “How are you like your mom?”
The Moonjar moneybox is a fantastic gift idea that not only helps 7 year old learn about the value of money, but also how to setup a basic budget. It’s set up like a bank that is divided into 3 categories: saving, spending, and sharing. The best part? It up to kids to decide what they want to do with the money that they earned.
Kids don’t want to wash their hands long enough? With the pandmic sanitizing your hands for at least 20 seconds is more important than ever. Make washing their hands fun with Crazy Aaron’s Hand Sanitizer Clean With Color. It changes colors as you scrub, scrub, scrub to let kids know when to rinse off their hands. Now you don’t have to worry about your kids not washing enough. They’ll actually want to wash their hands more than ever. For children under 6, parental supervision is advised.