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Weekly Meal Planner: Freebie Friday

February 21, 2020

Weekly Meal Planner and Shopping List It’s five o’clock, the kids are whining that they are hungry, and you are standing at the refrigerator trying to figure what you can make with a can of corn, 2 chicken breasts, and a little bit of ketchup… Sound familiar? In case you missed Katie’s post giving great tips for meal planning, it was awesome, and you can read that here! Sticking with our meal planning theme this week for Freebie Friday we…

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9 Letter Recognition Activities for Kids

February 7, 2020

Whether you are just starting to work on letters with your child or you are looking for some extra practice with letter recognition here are some great activities. These are simple and fun ways to help your child nail down his letters. Also, scroll down for three free printables! Letter A, letter B, and letter C worksheets for letter recognition practice. There may be affiliate links in this post and sometimes we earn a commission if you purchase through our…

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Freebie Friday: Valentine’s Day Word Search

January 31, 2020

It’s about two weeks away from Valentine’s Day, but I am already feeling festive. That’s why I created a simple word search that you can do alongside your child. It should help expand their vocabulary and build their spelling skills. Plus, it can be an introduction to a quick history lesson as to why we celebrate Valentine’s Day in the first place. With love, Your Surviving Moms…

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Freebie Friday: First Trimester Checklist

January 24, 2020

This week’s freebie Friday is a first trimester checklist! This checklist can serve as practical tips for surviving the first trimester. It’s a great place to start for new moms who are experiencing the first trimester for the first time or for experienced moms who haven’t been pregnant in awhile. Hopefully, this checklist helps alleviate any extra stress you may be feeling during this time. Would you add anything else to our first trimester checklist? Please feel free to share…

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Free Potty Training Chart + Tips

January 15, 2020

I am currently in the middle of potty training my two and a half year old daughter. While we have made some substantial strides, we are not accident free yet. Here are my top 5 potty training tips I have learned form my experience so far! 1. Use a Potty Training Chart (We Provide One for You Below!) A potty training chart helps keep kids motivated and it allows them to see their progress. Take them to the dollar tree…

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Freebie Friday: Winter Bucket List

January 3, 2020

Winters, where I grew up, seemed to last FOREVER. It wasn’t uncommon for us to see snow from November to April. While there were things about winter that I dreaded, I truly did learn to appreciate the season. Here are a few fun things you can do with your kids this winter to help make it more bearable. Feel free to print it off and see how many items you can check off our winter bucket list!…

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Freebie Friday: Christmas Word Search

December 13, 2019

Here is a Christmas word search that your children will love! You can use this simple tool to go over the Christmas story from the Bible with them. When you come to words like Shepherds and Wise Men, you can pause and explain to your child not only what those words mean but also what their role in the Christmas story was. In addition to teaching your child about the true meaning of Christmas, you will also be enhancing their…

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Black Friday Free Gift!

November 29, 2019

Take a minute away from the hustle and bustle and print off these free signs to decorate your home. Click on the image, download, and then print! It’s that easy. Stick them in frames and you have fun signs to enjoy this holiday season. It’s the most wonderful time of the year: Let it snow! If you didn’t see we created a free Christmas playlist on Spotify! Also, Nicole shared with us her favorite Christmas traditions here. We hope you…

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