SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY Free Printable Coloring Pages

SOLO: A STAR WARS STORY is coming to theaters everywhere on May 25, 2018! Do you have any Star Wars fans in your family? If so, you may want to scroll down for more information on the latest film, and get some free printable coloring pages to go with it! About the Movie – Official […]

Free Printable Breakfast in Bed Kit

This printable breakfast in bed kit has everything you need to pamper someone special in the morning! This kit would make it easy to treat Mom on Mother’s Day. Breakfast in bed is always a special treat! Even the very simplest of breakfasts seem extra special when served on a tray.  This kit could also […]

Top Secret Rainbow Mission Activity Cards

This Top Secret Rainbow Mission is a creative and active way to count down the days leading up to St. Patrick’s Day, or anytime you want some colorful fun! Each day features a creative color-themed activity for the kids to do that is quick and easy. The free template makes it simple to print and […]

Free Disney Pixar’s COCO Coloring Pages

These free Disney Pixar’s COCO coloring pages are such a fun way to celebrate the film! Scroll down to download and print coloring pages for some of your favorite characters in the film, such as: Miguel, Hector, Dante, and more! These coloring pages would be great to have on-hand for anytime you are looking for […]

DisneyNature’s Born in China Activity Packet!

Disclosure: This post featuring Disneynature’s Born in China is sponsored by our friends at Netflix, and I am a member of the Netflix #StreamTeam. Thank you, Netflix! All opinions are my own. DisneyNature’s Born in China is a great film to stream on Netflix for a family movie night, just in time for Chinese New […]

Valentine STEAM Activities for Kids Ages 5-12

These Valentine STEAM activities for kids ages 5-12 are great for connecting with your kids while learning together! I love how these activities incorporate elements of Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Math to create memorable learning experiences. My kids enjoyed sending Valentines in secret codes, building love bug robots, and lots more. Be sure to […]

Groundhog Day Activities for Kids

These Groundhog Day activities for kids are a great way to learn more about groundhogs, shadows, and more! Many of these activities include elements of science, engineering, math, and art. My kids enjoyed creating their own flip book animations, and designing homes for groundhogs using recycled materials. Here are some of our favorite learning activities […]

50 Indoor Winter Activities for Kids Ages 8-12

Here are some fun indoor Winter activities for kids ages 8-12 that are sure to bring lots of smiles! These activities can be done using materials you probably already have on-hand. Here is a list of 50 indoor activities to connect with your kids while spending quality time together. Celebrate snow days while still staying […]

Projects to Start the New Year RIGHT!

Set your new year resolutions up for success with these projects to start the new year right! Here are some creative ways to spend more quality family time together, get organized, and set goals to keep yourself on track. The new year is here with 365 new opportunities. Here’s to a fabulous, healthy, and happy […]

Day of the Dead Tic Tac Toe Printable

Here’s a free printable treat for you! This Day of the Dead Tic Tac Toe printable is a great easy activity for the kids to enjoy. Just print and play! The game pieces can be left in black and white, or use colored pencils to color them however you would like! To make this game, […]

Paper Haunted House Lanterns for Halloween

These paper haunted house lanterns are such a spooktacularly fun craft to decorate for Halloween! I love how the template can be customized with lots of spooky details. Build a village of haunted houses to display proudly in your home or classroom! This would be a great craft to do together with your teen or […]

Ways to Play Fall 2017 Calendar

Here’s a super convenient list of things to do with the kids this Fall, outlined in a handy calendar printable! Each week from September through November includes 3-4 activities, most of which use common household items you probably already have on-hand. The Ways to Play Fall Calendar can help you make the most of your […]

Space Alien Matching Game – Free Printable

This space alien matching game is quick and very easy to set up! This would be a great activity for a rainy day or anytime you need a bit of a break. I love how simple it is to print it out and play! Be sure to check out the recommended reading list at the […]

Free Paper House Template – Print and Play!

This free paper house template makes it easy to print and play! My kids loved decorating their paper houses and building them. Use this paper house template for whimsical home decor, or explore the many possibilities for imaginative playtime fun! Below you will find step by step instructions for making these adorable paper houses. To […]

Ways to Play Summer 2017 Calendar

Here’s a super convenient list of things to do with the kids this Summer, outlined in a handy calendar printable! Each week from June through August includes 3-4 activities, most of which use common household items you probably already have on-hand. Yay for simple and fun Summer activities!!! Ways to Play Summer 2017 Calendar: Includes […]

5 Easy Ways to Make Mornings Special

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Little Debbie®. As always, all opinions are my own. Like many parents, our mornings were often busy, challenging, and hectic. A few years ago, I asked my kids an important question that forever changed our daily morning routines. What can we do to make […]

Handmade Holidays eBundle!

Here are some of our favorite holiday ebooks now available as a convenient bundle — get 3 inspiring printable resources to help you plan for your Winter break with the kids for one low price! The Handmade Holidays eBundle is full of inspring project ideas to keep the kids entertained while they are home from […]

Learning About Wildlife – Free Lesson Plans and More!

This post is sponsored by our friends at WeAreTeachers.com and the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW). All opinions are my own. From the time my kids were very young, we would frequently go on nature hikes at local parks together to observe and learn more about wildlife. These outdoor walks were some of my […]