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When you’re raising a family you don’t always have the time, energy or head-space to really map things out and create all the useful tools you need. Between feeding the baby and hanging out the washing, doing the school run and cooking the dinner there’s precious little time left to start planning and designing a chart or schedule, no matter how helpful it may be.

But don’t worry. From cheat sheets to revision planners, bullying diaries to reward charts. We’ve got you covered. Here you’ll find all the resources you need to make parenting a little easier, free and ready to print.

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The Sue Atkins – My Night Time Diary (FREE Resource)

Parenting can be hard work and coping with bedwetting can be exhausting, frustrating and difficult.

Experts don’t fully understand why one child continues to wet the bed and another doesn’t. It could be a matter of development. Sometimes a child’s bladder is simply not developed enough to store urine for an entire night. Sometimes a child has not yet mastered the ability to recognise when their bladder is full, wake themselves up, and get to the toilet in time.

Getting your child, the help they need can be made much simpler by keeping a Night Time Diary. This will help your child’s doctor understand your child’s bedwetting better.

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The Sue Atkins Food Diary (FREE Resource)

Lots of parents go through the same thing with their children as faddy eating is often a phase that young children go through to explore their independence, test you out and to get some of your attention

My Food Diary will help you relax as you keep a record of the food your child is eating over the course of a whole week! This daily diary will help you to plan your child’s diet, ensuring that they get just the right amount of proteins, vitamins, and carbohydrates that are so important.

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The Sue Atkins ‘Bullying Diary’ (FREE Resource)

It can be really helpful to keep a record of the bullying that you’ve experienced as it makes it easier to remember what happened exactly.

This helps when you are talking to your parents, teachers or other adults about sorting it out. Write down as much detail as you can about what happened, where the bullying took place and who exactly was involved. This Diary can then be shown to someone you really trust.

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The ‘CAN DO KIDS’ 5 Day Challenge (FREE Resource)

Contained in the FREE Downloadable File are 15 Activities that your child can do taken directly from Sue’s ‘THE CAN DO KID’ Journal for Super Heroes

Ideal for keeping your child occupied at weekends and during school holidays.

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The Sue Atkins Make Believe, Imagination and Pretending: Ages and Stages Checklist (FREE Resource)

The Importance Of Play
Lots of research has shown that brain connections develop during periods of play so it is vital to emotional, physical and intellectual development.

Download my FREE checklist about your child’s ‘Make Believe’ Play to understand the Ages and Stages of make believe, imagination and pretending

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The Sue Atkins Self-Esteem Checklist (FREE Resource)

The most important gift you can give your child is the gift of self esteem.

Self-esteem is how you rate yourself deep down. It is a belief and a confidence in your own ability and value. However, where does this ability come from? I believe it initially comes from you – the actions that you take and the love and encouragement you give. Download this free guide to help you give YOUR child the gift of self esteem.

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The Sue Atkins Signs Your Child Is Being Bullied & What To Do About It (FREE Checklist)

Bullying is an intentional, aggressive and repeated behaviour that involves an imbalance of power or strength. It’s NEVER acceptable &; NEVER ignore it!

In this FREE Checklist, we look for the signs, how to deal with and support your child and how to get help.

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My ABC Checklist For Potty Training (FREE Resource)

On average, most children begin learning to use a potty by around their second birthday, but, as with everything in children’s development, each child is different.

Up to the age of 20 months, toddlers’; bladders need to empty often, and their muscles aren’t always fully developed which makes it difficult for them to master holding on for the loo, coupled with their lack of dexterity as they haven’t yet developed how to master their clothing going to the loo is still a tricky and difficult skill to manage.

This guide contains useful information, tips and also my ABC Guide of Potty Training

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Relax Kids

I am blessed to count Marneta Viegas amongst my friends too and Relax Kids is the UK’s leading expert in children’s relaxation. As seen on the Dragon’s Den Relax Kids offer a range of quality resources to help children feel calm and confident.

They have developed a range of children’s books, CDs, and relaxation products that are specifically designed to help children manage their stress, anxiety, and anger while promoting confidence, self-esteem and peaceful sleep.

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Brain Insights

Deborah McNelis is a great friend and expert in early brain development. I highly recommend her wonderful Braininsights packs.

Deborah says that helping your child’s early brain development makes life easier for everybody. She gives you ideas about how to play and interact with your children while you are completing your everyday tasks… it just makes life easier so you can relax knowing you are doing all the right things!

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Kidlutions

I simply love Kidlutions – a place to find wonderful resources for parents and educators that grow great kids!

From Wendy Young’s Anger Toolbox to her colourful colouring pages around handling grief Kidlutions is a simply wonderful place to explore.

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A Moving Child Is a Learning Child:

I am very lucky to count Gill Connell as one of my friends. Gill is from Christchurch in New Zealand and she is internationally recognised as an expert in movement and play.

Movement is at the very core of how children develop intellectually, emotionally, socially, and of course, physically. At Moving Smart Gill foster’s children’s natural move-to-learn style while helping parents and teachers understand the comprehensive benefits of all that wiggling!

That’s why she says “A Moving Child is a Learning Child.” Download her book today.

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Parenting Club Online

An online community for parents who want to be the best they can be & want to bring up happy, confident, resilient ‘Can Do Kids’.

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