I Wiggle Song – Printable Body Parts Variation!

Free Printable I Wiggle Song Game and Body Parts Variation for LDS Primary Choristers! Fun singing time game for this well loved wiggle song!

I was recently called as the Primary Chorister and was asked to take the first 5-10 minutes while kids are filtering in to sing wiggle songs. To make singing time as fun as possible for these kiddos, I came up with a set of fun word strips to mix up the words for my Junior primary’s favorite song – I … Continue reading

Orange You Glad it’s Valentine’s Day Printable

These easy DIY Valentines are perfect for your kids school Valentine's Day party. Plus, free printable Valentines!

I used to love Valentine’s Day when I was a kid. The teachers always had us making fun Valentine-themed crafts all week and specialized mailboxes to put our Valentine’s we received in. Then, on Valentine’s Day, usually at the end of the day, we would have a little party. There would be treats and then we would get to pass … Continue reading

You Make Me Laffy Printable Valentine

Absolutely darling "You Make Me Laffy" free printable valentines day cards perfect for kids, friends, classrooms. Attach a laffy taffy candy and you're done! So quick, easy, and cheap!

Are your kids little joksters? These darling “You Make Me Laffy” printable valentines will be a big hit with the classroom or with friends. They’re so easy and cheap, too! Just print out our free printable cards and add a laffy taffy candy. I’ll show you how easy they are to make, let’s get started! You Make Me Laffy Printable … Continue reading

Roll a Snowman Printable Dice Game

Roll a Snowman Printable Dice Game

This weekend, Raleigh is set to get their first big snowfall of the year. The news is expecting 8-12 inches! Moving from Phoenix where my boys have never experienced a snow day at home, we’re all gearing up and getting excited for all the possibilities — snow angels, snowman, sledding, snow ball fights, you name it! But I grew up … Continue reading

10 Apples Up on Top Preschool Activities

10 Apples Up on Top Preschool Activities

Fall is a perfect time for an APPLE unit either at home or at school. It is something that preschool age kids love to explore and learn more about. We’ve complied these 10 fun apple preschool activities and crafts that can fit any lesson! Pair them with one of our favorite read-aloud books, Ten Apples Up On Top, for a perfect … Continue reading

Get to Know the Teacher Printable Info Sheet

I love this “Get to know you” teacher information sheet. It’s easy for teachers to fill out and helps us know their birthday, or what kind of a drink they would appreciate on a Monday morning. I use it every year!

The start of a school year is a whole lot of firsts! No matter how long your child has been in school, it is a new class, new friends, new rules, and new teachers! I’m sure your child is worried about what they are going to wear on the first day of school, what type of snacks they’ll bring in … Continue reading

Get Well Kit Checklist & Kids Doctor Jokes

A well stocked medicine cabinet will have you prepared and ready for whatever comes your way through fall and cold and flu season. This list covers all the essentials to keep on hand. Plus, an adorable bonus set of kids doctor jokes to cheer up the family when a bug does hit.

There is not much worse than getting sick and not being ready and armed with the tools you need to feel better quick. Each year as the new school year starts, and the seasons start to turn the corner to fall, I know it’s just a matter of time until the coughs, cold, and even the flu might hit our … Continue reading

The Perfect Vacation Countdown Ideas

Vacation Countdown Pin

I love summer, even despite the Phoenix heat, because summer to me means time for vacations and creating those lifelong memories that bond families. One fun way to keep up the excitement for your upcoming vacation is by counting down to the big day! I’m all about hanging up countdowns, checklists, and to-dos right where it’s easy to see everyday … Continue reading

Early Vision Warning Signs & Printable Art

Cute printable eye exam chart inspired art for a nursery or kids room! "I Love You to the Moon and Back to Infinity & Beyond!" Baby boy themed nursery decor idea!

Did you know that you should have your baby’s first eye assessment sometime between the ages of 6 and 12 months? Even if you don’t recognize any problems with their vision, taking your child in for regular, comprehensive eye assessments can ensure your children are able to see clearly and not face any important milestone delays due to something that … Continue reading