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printables to help with color

printables to help with color

Awesome Turkey Day printables for kids

Happy Thanksgiving and Awesome Turkey Day Printables

Take pics of your child's artwork, shrink it, print it, & frame several at a time!

School Art Idea - scan children's artwork, shrink, print, and then frame your miniature collection

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Quiet Book for Kids por en Etsy Match the colours with snaps Tie the shoe Buckles

25 indoor toddler activities for rainy summer days - omg love this!! All do-able!!

25 indoor activities for bad weather days

Looking for boredom busters for rainy summer days? No problem! This list of 25 indoor toddler activities has you covered! - works perfectly well for cold winter days too!

Kid Inspiration - All for the Boys - Space Week!

Space Week

Outer Space This is seriously the best website i have ever seen for fun creative things to do with ur kids n they show u how to make stuff with very inexpensive things! im so tryin this stuff!

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tooth fairy receipt, so you can alway remember when they lost their teeth. Wish the tooth fairy had done this in our house :)

UPDATED Back to School Printables at {I Heart Naptime}

Back-to-school signs (free printable): The cutest I've seen for your first day of school pics

Cutesy shark hat!

Doing this Shark hat craft for our centre at Kindergarten as they are. doing an ocean theme right now. (Week Under the Sea)

Momma's Fun World: Spring Time 75 things to do with kids

Spring Time 75 things to do with kids We love doing fun things outside, in nice weather so we are really looking forward to spring weather soon. Below I put together 75 things you can do with your kids for spring that cost next to nothing.

10 truquillos que no sabemos cómo no se nos habían ocurrido antes

10 TRUQUILLOS que no sabemos cómo no se nos habían ocurrido antes

Cupcake Liner as Drip Catcher Before serving that Popsicle, slip the stick through a foil liner to catch drips and keep hands from getting sticky. Love this idea, even for big kid Popsicle lovers!

We decided to make some frames from card stock and drew out some irregular shapes.   Once the frames were cut out we placed them onto contact paper.  Then it was time to fill in our gallery with snipped drinking straws pieces.  Putting the contact paper frames up in the window, with the light shining through, creates a beautiful effect. The contact paper is strong enough to hold the straws in place, but it’s very easy to peel them off, move them around and try different arrangements.

Use contact paper as a removable / changeable art, add a border and wallah.

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