Parent Cue provides access to expert reviewed resources to help you be the parent you want to be.

Look for your cue.
Look for your cue.

As a parent, some of the most important things you do for your child don’t happen in a single day. You make small deposits in their life week after week—over time.

That’s why KidLife gives weekly Parent Cues to help you make the most of the time you spend with your kid.

Growth Mindset Chart

People with a growth mindset believe intelligence can be developed—like a muscle. Children with a growth mindset can exercise these muscles and learn to reframe challenges as opportunities to grow.

2021 Back To School Plan

IT’S THAT TIME AGAIN! Time for backpacks, #2 pencils, and notebooks. Whether you have kids in your community public schools, send your kids to private school, or homeschool, back-to-school means a new rhythm for your entire family. In all the chaos and adjustment, it can be difficult to create intentional moments for you and your family to connect in meaningful ways.

Backpack Encouragement Cards

Surprise your child with an encouragement card. Use them throughout the school year to let your student know you are praying for them and cheering them on this year!

Kindness Family Challenge

The power of a kind word or deed is amazing, and it feels really great to be the recipient and the giver. That’s why we’ve designed the Kindness Family Challenge—to give your family the opportunity to spread positivity and joy around your community and in your home.

GodTime Cues

Elementary devotions designed to allow the parent to be the spiritual authority in their child’s life. Updated each month!

The Beatitudes: A Guided Devotional

A conversation about the words spoken by Jesus during His most famous sermon. What He says, what they say, what we say . . . the words reveal us in ways we wouldn’t expect.

Feelings Wheel

Emotional intelligence is so important. The Feelings Wheel is a great resource to print out and stick on the fridge, and the next time your kid or teen needs a little help identifying what they feel, use it to help put words to the emotions. 

A Summer Date Night From Married People

This seasonal Date Night from Married People is designed to get couples up and out this Summer. It includes four elements crucial to any great date night.

Visit Married People’s website for more content.

Preparing for the Unexpected

This worksheet is intended to help you reflect and create a plan ahead of time for how you want to respond if you discover something you never expected.

Cell Phone Agreement

In this Cell Phone Agreement, we’ve put together some expectations for you and your kid to talk through—both for how/when they use their phone, and for how/when you use yours. And even if your kid has had a phone for a while, it’s never too late to talk about what a healthy relationship with their phone looks like. 

Work Kids Can Do / Chore Chart

Chores are a great way to introduce your kids to responsibility, show them what it means to be a part of a family, and prepare them for the future. Here’s a guide to some phase-appropriate tasks that kids of different ages can do.

21 Questions to Get to Know Your Kid or Teen

Your child is constantly changing. Their favorite shows, activities, foods, sports, friends—it all changes. Even what they dream about, what they want to be, and how they see the world is changing.