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March Lunchbox Notes: Freebie Friday

February 28, 2020

March is almost here! Which means it’s time for your March lunchbox notes for your kids. Print off these notes and cut one out for every day. We have created one for every school day in March. Pack it in your child’s lunch to remind him you love him and to give him a little encouragement each day. Many days my mom would stick a short note in my lunch and it always brightened my day! It’s the little things…

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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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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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Free Printable: With Thankful Hearts

November 21, 2019

Thanksgiving is the perfect time to reflect on the blessings God has given you and your family over the past year. I love asking my kids what they are thankful for and hearing what they come up with. Normally, they are thankful for a toy or a baby doll, but occasionally they think a little deeper and surprise me. I have noticed when I am vocal regularly of the blessings in our lives and the things I am thankful for…

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How to Make to a Christmas Budget and a Free Printable

November 11, 2019

Survival Tips for Sticking to a Budget This Christmas: Set a specific amount of money you want to spend on Christmas this year before you do any shopping. Write down every person you need to buy a gift. Don’t forget extended family or someone at work you want to grab a gift card for. Determine how much you want to spend on each person keeping in mind the grand total you are able to spend. Write down all your gift…

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Free Halloween Word Search

October 27, 2019

Eager to build your children’s vocabulary? Try out this simple Halloween word search I created. Take the time to go over each word on the search list with your child to help them with pronunciation and to give them a short definition of what each word means. Your children will enjoy searching for Halloween-themed words and you will be excited to know that they are enhancing their vocabulary!…

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Five Little Pumpkins: Free Printable Activity for Kids

October 26, 2019

“Five Little Pumpkins” is a story I read as a child. I also memorized it for kindergarten. Now, as Halloween approaches my children and I have fun reading this short story. I put together this recreation of the story leaving parts out for my kids to fill in the blank and create their own story. It is so much fun to see what they came up with! Different pumpkins are missing on the pages for them to draw and color.…

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Free Fall Printables and Our Trip to Pumpkinville

September 20, 2019

Fall is filled with so many possibilities for families to get out and do fun activities together! We created some of our favorite fall activities on a printable for you. We encourage you to hang your bucket list on the refrigerator for the fall and as you complete an item on the bucket list write the date down next to it! Another fun idea is to snap a picture and make a scrapbook of this fall. My kids love being…

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