Visual aids are a wonderful way to enhance your communication with your children. All of our free parenting printables are original to Cornerstones for Parents. They are all in PDF format. Click on the image to download your copy.
“I’m bored!” Those dreaded two words. The next time your kids are claiming they have nothing to do, hand them this printable (or this one if your kids are a bit older) and watch their imaginations soar. No devices required!
This poster will provide your children with a visual aid to help them manage conflicts with siblings and peers. Print out one for each child. To learn how to implement this system, click here.
This handy printable is a great tool to help you to discuss practical Biblical truths with your children. It addresses common behavior problems such as self-control, obedience, wholesome talk and the treatment of others.
This printable provides your children with a way to see the blessings that come when they obey and the struggles that result when they disobey. Clearly depicts the restorative purpose of discipline. To learn more on how to use this tool with your kids, click here.
When is the last time you sat down and had a purposeful conversation with your kids on the topic of manners? Here are some questions to assess how manners-wise your children are.
This decision-making tool will help you dialogue with your pre-teen/teen on any decision that they may have to make. Learn more on how to help your kids make good decisions here.
Here is a great list of simple prayers that you can use to cover your children with prayer. Consider using this list to pray over your children as they sleep in their beds at night.
Here are some kid-friendly promises of God with scripture references. We can all use a little reminder from time to time of who God is and how much He loves us.
Get everyone’s heart ready for Christmas with this two-page printable. It includes a Bible passage to read, a gospel implication and a suggested ornament to hang on your Jesse Tree. To learn more about how to use a Jesse Tree in your advent celebrations, click here.
The discipline of self-examination is not a comfortable one. These questions can help your older child examine their heart after a misbehavior. To learn more about the importance of examining the heart, click here.