Promote good behaviors for your 8 year old boy with the Deluxe Wooden Responsibility Chart from Melissa & Doug. This set allows parents and their children to keep track of as many as seven goals. The set includes 90 magnetic pre-printed pieces. Track your child’s progress and reward them for exhibiting good behaviors like cleaning the room, helping with chores, and saying ‘please’ and ‘thank you’. Kids will learn real world life skills like achieving goals and taking on responsibilities.
Do feel your family could use more conversation but aren’t sure what you should talk about? Tabletopics Family edition jump-starts fantastic conversations. It’s so fun that many families use it everyday. Families are sure to have a blast while even learning a few surprises along the way. The set features over 130 questions to get the conversations started.
Moonjar is a great tool to teach kids about money. The Moneybox includes three divided colored sections for saving, spending and sharing. Eight year old boys can choose to place their allowance in one of these three sections and learn important life skills in the process.
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.