Valentine’s Day is exactly one week away! Does your child have Valentine’s cards to pass out in class yet?
These cards were created from Canva.com. One set is made for girls and one is for boys.
These may be for you if you:
- Love freebies!
- Don’t have time to run out to get cards
- Want to make a goody bag or treat and it needs a cute tag
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Are you looking for some free printable activities to teach your child the alphabet? Who doesn’t love a good freebie?
Sometimes, you just need a good sit-down activity for your tot. Maybe you aren’t able to invest in other learning resources. And I totally understand! As a stay-at-home mom, we often times have to get creative or find deals.
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Can you hardly believe it’s almost Christmas? A whole 11 days away! Are you able to spend the month with joy or has it been frustrating?
With an overwhelming to-do list, the ideal Christmas can seem impossible. How do we manage to get it all done? And after all of that, how can we enjoy the sentiments of the holiday?
So with that said, here are 3 Simple Christmas Crafts, that really don’t take much of your time. And to be honest, you probably have all of these materials at home. Enjoy some quality time with your kiddos making one or all of these!
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Earlier this week I listed 20 ways the whole family can Keep Christ in Christmas. One activity for younger kids was to “craft your own nativity scene.” So here is one super cute and easy way to make your own.
Do you have toilet paper rolls or paper towel rolls? Great! Let’s get started!
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Can you believe it’s November 1st!? Where has 2017 gone?
To all my readers, here is something way more uplifting than the last post! This is an activity for the whole family. Everyone ages 3 and up are able to participate. The best part, this is super easy and it lasts all month long!
Pinterest is loaded with leaf activities this time of year. There are other versions out there similar to this. But, I put a little twist on this.
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Ever try to help your child decide something easy, only to have them pick the more round-about way?
We tried to convince our 3-year-old to pick the store-bought Spider-man costume. After all, he watched the 2012 The Amazing Spider-man (with Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield) for every day of like 6 months.
But nope. Our son just wants to be a spider. So I put my creative side to the test.
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Want a creative Halloween costume for a girl or boy? Don’t want to spend a lot on a costume? Especially if it will only get 2 hours of life expectancy?
I have a simple idea for you. You may even have some of these items at home! If not, you can buy and reuse these pieces long after the Fall season.
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