At the end of year I have traditionally sent out a short survey to receive feedback from the wonderful readers of Planning With Kids. As everyone tends to be focused on end of year activities and Christmas festivities, I thought I would try conducting my annual survey at the beginning of the year.
These surveys are tremendously helpful to me. In the past they have helped provide feedback that I have incorporated into my blog design, created series of posts on topics of interest to readers and create additional resources to help parents.
This year’s survey is short only five questions and will take less than 3 minutes to complete. I would really love it if you could find the time to take the survey. It is completely anonymous unless you would like to add your name into any of the responses you give. If you would like a direct response, please leave your name and email address in your response and I can get back to you as soon as possible.
Over the years I have created a number of free downloads for readers to say thanks for completing the survey. This year I have compiled them all and you can choose to download any or all of them as your thank you gift. Once you complete the survey you will see the link where you can download them.
Thanks so much in advance!
PWK Sweet treat recipe e-book
PWK Slow cooker recipe e-book
This e-book collates recipes from the blog all in the one PDF making it easy to print out and put with your other recipe books. It includes 13 recipes that are gluten free, dairy free and refined sugar free.
PWK Homework Help Pack
Firstly I am not a teacher, but I am a parent who now has five children in school from year 2 to year 12. I am passionate about education and try to support my kids with their learning, not by doing the work for them, but by guiding them and providing them with tools so they can help themselves.
The pro formas and lists in this pack are all aimed at doing just that. They provide a framework for kids to use so they can complete homework tasks themselves or with only a little assistance. Naturally this takes time though and using them for the first few times will require more parental input until they become familiar with how to use the tools.
PWK Christmas Sweet Treats E-book
Definitely not refined sugar or gluten free! But these are some fun recipes that you can make with the kids as part of the festive season.
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