I am always pleasantly surprised at our weekly toddler group. The teachers constantly come up with so many ideas and things to do for our little ones! I am pretty sure Pinterest-ing has a lot to do with that, LOL. It makes me realize, however, that there can never be enough printable resources for crafty teachers and parents. For this reason, I’ve created these Christmas silhouettes. I really hope they will make planning your holiday lessons and doing Christmas crafts much easier.
I love wrapping Christmas gifts. It usually means that I am done with all the shopping and Christmas is right around the corner. Just a thought of my kids or husband opening the one special gift that I know will make them happy warms my heart. Does that happen to you too? And to make wrapping gifts even more enjoyable I’ve made this set of printable Christmas labels to add some style to my gifts. Continue Reading
If you have a toddler at home, you might be wondering how to make the Halloween season toddler-friendly. Not everybody is fond of the idea of pumpkin carving with a toddler. It gets way too messy and might be too dangerous using carving knives around a little one. But pumpkin decorating is a tradition that should be included in Halloween activities for toddlers, right? Continue Reading
For the past couple of days, I’ve had a lot of fun working on these printable alphabet worksheets. You may use them in the classroom or for some learning fun at home.
From tracing letters to matching upper and lowercase letters worksheets, they are all included in only one bundle.
My hopes are that these printables will make learning the alphabet enjoyable and fun for your child. Continue Reading
The holidays are closer than many of us think. So instead of leaving everything for the last minute, let’s plan ahead of time. One of my very first Christmas gifts to you are these free printable Christmas tags for children’s gifts.
And more are underway! Continue Reading
When it comes to winter activities for preschoolers, the possibilities are almost endless. From easy and quick paper crafts to more elaborate creations and decorations like these sparkly snowflakes, kids love them all. Because let’s face it, winter is the most magical time of the year. The time of rosy cheeks, hot chocolate, and snow. Lots of snow. Continue Reading
If your child is learning how to count to 100, then I have a whole bunch of printable number charts for you!
Number charts and grids are an essential tool for practicing counting numbers, skip counting and number writing. Continue Reading