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Cautionary Tales For Children
Wonderful witty poems great for reading to your children. The stories and rhymes will stay with them for the rest of their lives.

Research has shown how important YOU are to your children and how as a dad the things you do, and keep on doing, really count, whether you live with them, or you are a single dad and are only able see them once a month, once a week or more, what you do really matters. This site is dedicated to all dads but will be of special relevance to the single dad. Remember, you are half the reason your children exist and they need you whether you live with them or not. As their dad, you have what it takes to make their lives successful and fulfilling no matter how often you see them. This site is about all the positive things that we as parents have to offer our children.
Full page merit certificates
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Blank Reward Certificates for rewarding especially good behaviour or merit worthy achievements
dadcando full page reward certificates

If you value the certificate, so will your child. Write carefully and neatly, copy a flourishing script from the web, or line up the dadcando pdf template printable with a word processed document which just has the name and achievement positioned exactly in the right place (hold up to the light to check), and print out the name and achievement over the already printed out certificate. However you do it, make it as neat as possible. Remember the certificate is a special thing with a value to your child, so make sure their name is clearly and neatly written. Once you have awarded the certificate, display it somewhere prominently or keep it in a special folder, scrapbook or even frame it. Later, in years to come, little things like this serve to mark happy or significant times and special achievements, and so are lovely things to keep.
. . .There are four colours of the full page certificate to choose from so you can select the most appropriate colour or use more than one for different children or for the same child for different achievements.
. . . There are many reasons for rewards, but here are a few ideas to get you going.
Successfully completing your first day or week at school

Learning how to ride your bike

Learning how to swim, or swimming a certain distance (say a width of the local swimming pool)

Keeping your bedroom tidy / making your bed for a week

Doing your homework without a fuss for a week / term / semester

Completing your Reward Star Chart

Both US Letter and A4 versions of each certificate are available, just click on the one you require, to download it. Print this certificate out on lightweight card or very heavy paper, for the maximum effect. Don’t forget to tell us how you got on, we’d love to hear about how these certificates are being used so that we can design more of them for you.

Full page yellow certificate
“full Rewarding craft downloads from dadcando download an A4 printable from dadcandodownload US Letter printable from dadcando

Full page pink certificate
“full Rewarding craft downloads from dadcando download an A4 printable from dadcandodownload US Letter printable from dadcando

Full page green certificate
“full Rewarding craft downloads from dadcando download an A4 printable from dadcandodownload US Letter printable from dadcando

Full page blue certificate
“full Rewarding craft downloads from dadcando download an A4 printable from dadcandodownload US Letter printable from dadcando

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Party invitations
If you're throwing a party, one thing you will need for sure is invitations. Here are some simple invites to get you going. Each one comes in a few different colours and the invites are suitable for a range of ages from children to adult. All are original and specially designed for dadcando, and couldn't be easier to download. For some of the darker background colour invitations, a good effect will be achieved using a light coloured, opaque ink gel pen, permanent white fine line marker, or a silver or gold marker pen.

When sending invites it is easy to forget to put down all the necessary information. Dadcando invites have spaces for all the stuff you need to say, and this is how you should fill out the invitations:

write the guest′s name here

You are invited to
write the name of the person and what they are celebrating here, i.e. Alexander′s 10th birthday party

On the
the date goes here

from and until
always include a start and finish time

Write the full address of the venue here, if it is hard to find, you might also need to include instructions. Always include the postcode or zip code so that the person you're inviting can look up the address on the internet, or use their satnav easily.

Don't forget to fill this bit in with the name and telephone number or address of the person organising the party. otherwise you won't know who and how many are coming.

Keep a note of who you send invitations to and make sure that you have received an answer from each person so that you know how many to plan for, even if that means phoning them up after a week or so after sending the invites out.
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