Ask any parent: There is no shortage of housework that tends to pile up during the week. A responsibility chart is a great way to teach your 8 year how to help around the house. This magnetic chart from Melissa & Doug is great because it can be customized for her using the various magnets. She can finally help setting the table or taking out the trash.
Does she get allowance? Then this little money bank is a great way for her to split up her allowance money. It comes with 3 separate banks for saving, spending, and sharing. She will love dividing her allowance money up as she learns the importance of budgeting and money management.
Sitting at the table before dinner to have a conversation can be a powerful communication device. If you are stumped about what to discuss, you will love TableTopics. This box of questions comes with 135 questions that make excellent conversation starters. Questions include things like “who is one of your heroes and why do they inspire you.” It’s a great way to strengthen the family.
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.