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3 Free Cornucopia Coloring Printables for Thanksgiving

With Thanksgiving just around the corner, you may be looking for some screen-free activities to keep the kids occupied while you make Thanksgiving dinner. No worries! We’ve got you covered with some lovely (and free!) cornucopia coloring printables. Cornucopias are the perfect representation for this holiday, as they represent sharing your bounty. Grab these Thanksgiving …

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Thanksgiving Matching Game Free Printable

This printable Thanksgiving matching game is perfect for toddlers, preschoolers, and even older kids who love simple memory games like this one. The free printable Thanksgiving game comes with 24 card pairs, so you can keep it simple with just a few sets or expand to the full 24 pairs for a more challenging game. …

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Kids Reading Challenge + 7 Tips on Motivating Kids to Read

Parents know the importance of reading for growing children. Reading can help your child in many ways, from strengthening his vocabulary to developing critical thinking abilities and so much more. While some kids fall in love with reading on their own, others need a little push, and that’s exactly what we’re here to help you …

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Love Birds Valentine’s Day Coloring Sheet

Valentine’s Day is just around the corner, and what better way to show someone you care than with a handmade valentine? This print and color love birds Valentine’s Day coloring sheet will make it super easy for your kids to make their own valentines in no time. There are two versions—one that’s blank for writing …

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Free Printable Daily To-Do List

You forgot to call and make your son’s dentist appointment for the fourth day in a row. And even though you’ve been super busy all day, you feel like you’ve accomplished nothing. Isn’t that the worst feeling? It usually happens to me when I’m totally unorganized and flying by the seat of my pants. I’ve found that …

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Emergency Vehicle Valentines – Police, Fire, EMS, Military

Inside: These Emergency Vehicle Valentines are perfect for little boys and girls who love police cars, fire trucks, ambulances, and military tanks. Grab the free printable files, print them on card stock, and you’re all set to go for your child’s classroom Valentine exchange.  It’s no surprise that our son loves police cars since my …

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5 Time Management Tips for Stay at Home Moms

Stay at home moms have a constant juggling act. You’re taking care of the house, your family, running errands, helping out with school work, trying to be there for your family any time they need you… Is it any wonder that you may feel like you’re never getting anything done? You’re constantly on the go, …

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Printable First Day of School Questionnaire

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Jif® and Smucker’s®. All opinions are mine alone. #BetterTogetherPBandJ #WeAreBetterTogether #CollectiveBias The first day of school is right around the corner for most of us (if you haven’t started already). So that means it’s time for school lunches, drop off and pick-up lines, …

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Family Camping Checklist Free Printable

Are you planning a family camping trip? What fun! It’s one of our favorite family activities. To help us (and you!) make sure you have everything you need, we’ve put together a family camping checklist that’s totally free for you to print and use whenever you need it. You’ll never forget your eating utensils again… …

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Organization and Study Tips for Non-Traditional Students

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #CreateWithHP #CollectiveBias So, I’ve started college classes again. Although I already have my bachelor’s, I’ve found that I miss actively studying and learning new subjects, so I enrolled in a couple of classes at the local community college …

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5 Tips for the Best First Day of School Ever

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Seattle’s Best Coffee. All opinions are 100% mine. Every year I have the best of intentions for the first day of school. I’ll do something really special for the kiddo. I’ll interview him and take cute and silly pictures to remember the day by. …

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Printable Vampire Halloween Cupcake Toppers

Halloween is upon us and that means lots and lots of Halloween parties. Even if it’s just you and the kids rocking out to a little Monster Mash in the kitchen! I made these Vampire Halloween Cupcake Toppers to take store bought cupcakes to the next (cutest) level. Vampire Halloween Cupcake Toppers I’m the kind …

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