A Year of Educational Quiet Bins: The secret to peaceful days at home with kids is a must read for parents and teachers!
My days at home with my kids were not always peaceful. In fact, they used to be downright chaotic. I was miserable. I knew I needed a change and so I did a lot of research and found out what I was missing.
I knew there had to be a way to be home with my kids without going crazy. I even believed there was a way for me to LOVE being home with them. But they were so busy. I could not have a shower, I could not talk on the phone, I could not do anything for myself at all – and it was taking it’s toll. I was getting cranky and easily irritated. I wanted to be a fun and loving Mom. I discovered out how to accomplish it all.
What I found out was completely life changing, so I wrote a book all about it! See, that is how peaceful my days had become – I had time to write a book. What are you going to do with your free time?
I have done all the research for you! Now you just need to read this book to learn all about establishing a lovely rhythm. A rhythm is a way of living. It alternates busy times with slow, social times with independent, outings with time at home. A rhythm allows you to accomplish everything you need and want to, and brings peace to children and adults alike.
It is incredible how quickly a home can go from chaotic to calm.
You already have cotton balls. You already have pipe-cleaners. Grab 5 minutes to pop a few Quiet Bins together and you have the makings of a glorious (oh yes – GLORIOUS) quiet time.
Young children have trouble settling into quiet times. They naturally want to play, move and go, go, go! But quiet periods are essential for a peaceful rhythm. This is where the magic of Quiet Bins comes in.
- capture imaginations
- engage children
- absorb them into the calming nature of quiet time.
If you are a Mom of a toddler or a preschooler, Quiet Bins will be your sanity superhero.
This book was created by our friend Sarah Noftle of How Wee Learn