This Morning Routine Printable will help your kids establish a successful morning routine before school! Available completed or blank, so you can customize it to fit your needs.
Lunch Box Jokes Cards are a fun way to make your child feel special when they’re gone to school! We’ve got Lunchbox Joke Cards for every season and holiday!
These Harry Potter Printable Bookmarks are the perfect way to help track your progress as you read all the Harry Potter books! The reader can easily mark off each chapter as it’s finished!
A fun Summer kids printable game! This Summer Word Scramble is perfect for an afternoon activity during a hot or rainy day!
Hey friends! Last week we went and saw the new movie – Coco from Disney·Pixar! If you haven’t seen – go! Like right now! It’s hands down one of the best movies I’ve been to in years! The next day the whole family talked about how we want to go to it again! So, I got online and found some Disney·Pixar Coco Kids Printables and Activities to hold them over and I wanted to share them with you today!
This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Kohls™. As always, all opinions are my own.
The first day of school can be really hard for some kids. I saw this cute idea on Tye Dye Diva and loved it. The poem is so creative! I made a printable to match the bracelets my friend made for her daughter.
Its the perfect way to help ease the first day of school jitters.
You can download your own printable here:
Hey friends! My boys have been having hours and hours of fun this summer playing with these awesome Kids Rock Collection Kits we made them! And, today I am going to share with you the tutorial and how we made them! These rock collection kits will seriously provide your kids hours of exploring and collecting!!
– Art/Utility/Loom Container (these are called 100 different things, you can find them at any craft store)
– Lashing Strap (1″ wide)
– (2) 10-32×1/2 Flat Slotted Screw with Nut (found at any hardware store)
– (2) #10 Flat Washers
Follow the step by step instructions below.
1) Find a drill bit that is the same size as the end of your screw.
2) Take the bit you found, and drill holes evenly on each side of the handle.
It should look like the above picture, when you’re done drilling.
3) Take your lashing strap and cut it about 4″ from the latch.
4) Take a sharp knife and poke a hole in it about 1/2″ in from where you cut it.
5) To prevent fraying, take a lighter and burn the edge of the strap. Then take a washer and the machine flat slotted screw and push it through the hole of the strap.
6) Then push the screw through the hole of the kit that you drilled.
7) Put a nut on the back end of the screw and tighten it.
8) Take the other end of the strap and measure it to the length that fits your child and cut it. Then repeat the previous steps to attach it to your kit.
9) Connect the two ends of straps and by sliding the strap through the latch and adjust if necessary.
10) Download the Box of Rocks Kit Label and have your little one color it and then attach it to the front of their kit!
11) Have your little enjoy it for hours and hours and hours!
Thanks friends for reading along today and learning how to make your own DIY Kids Rock Collection Kit! Looking for some other fun summer activities, project or recipe? Check out these fun posts!
I am so excited to be a part of the Month of Disney with R&R Workshop. Today we will be sharing Disney Princess Silhouette prints with you.
There are 12 Princess prints available. They look good as a solo print or in a grouping.
Each print is in a color that represents the princess.
These prints are for personal use only. You may not sell them in digital or physical form.
Be sure to check out all the other fun Disney ideas.
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* This post was originally published in May 2015 and has been updated with more detailed step-by-step instructions and new pictures.
These Pre-K Chore Charts are something that I used with all 3 of my children when they were younger! The post was quite outdated, so I decided to give it a face lift! I still really love these designs and know they can be every beneficial to those of you with littles!
The design is very simple — each day is on a separate page with a separate checklist. These were designed for kids that are ages 2-4, so majority of what is on the completed Little Kid Chore Charts are practical skills that young kids need to learn to do individually. I also like to have at least 1 skill on each day they can do from start to finish without any help on there! As they get older, they should be able to do more and more independently each day.
When I first created these Nathan was 3, I believe. Below is a run down on the tasks I put on the Pre-K Charts way back then and how/why I incorporated them into his Chore Charts:
Also, I personally laminate all mine and then put magnet strips on the back. I put all of them on the side of the fridge and the appropriate day Chore Chart on the front of the fridge. Then, my kids used dry erase markers or dry erase crayons to mark off the job once it is completed! That way he is only looking at the tasks that I expect him to complete that day and no others!
Click the buttons below to download the completed or blank PDF’s of the chore charts. They’ll download as a ZIP file.
As a reminder this printable tag is for personal use only.
If you love these printables, then don’t forget to pin the image below!
We have passes to our local Zoo and my kids LOVE to go often! Especially in the summers! In the summers we like to get up early and go in the mornings, while it’s still cool and we can get home in time to just eat lunch at home! But, of course, the kids want a snack while at the Zoo! So, today I am sharing with you guys my kids favorite Summertime Snack Mix (with a printable bag topper), as well as a fun Zoo Animal Scavenger Hunt printable!!
First, let’s start with my kids favorite Snack Mix!
- Horizon Honey Snack Grahams
- Horizon Cheddar Snack Crackers
- Chocolate Candy w/ hard shell
- Caramel Corn Chips
- Chocolate & Peanut Butter Corn Chips
- Swedish Fish
Combine in a bowl, mix and then divide into individual bags!
I am offering the bag toppers to fit quart sized Ziploc Bags (7″), as well as bags that are 5″ wide and 4″ wide. That way you can use it for all options – field trips or parties!!
I also made this Zoo Scavenger Hunt printable for my kids! They LOVE marking off papers or using maps while we are at stores. So, I knew they’d love this! Just print this off at home on cardstock!
I hope that you and your littles enjoy our favorite Kids Snack Mix and Zoo Field trip!! You can download all the files below:
Enjoy your Zoo Fieldtrip this summer and be sure and share pictures of your littles enjoying this snack mix and printables on our Facebook page!
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Horizon Organic. The opinions and text are all mine.