The Boxtrolls are coming to DVD and Blu-ray on January 20, 2015! We have some fun holiday activities and recipes for you! This great film has been nominated for 13 Annie Awards. Enjoy these The Box Trills free printable activities and recipes!
For many years one of our holiday traditions was to travel the world at Christmas time and discover how other countries and cultures celebrated Christmas. Of course having a whole group of international students at the college to help us with our discoveries was a huge help – and one I no longer have. So, where else would I turn but to Little Passports!
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Little Passports enables you to teach your child about the hundreds of different cultures around our world and around the USA! Each month, a package addressed to your kids (which they LOVE) arrives full of little goodies like stickers for their own passport, activity sheets that teach them about major landmarks around the world and gets their brain going with fun word scrambles! Little Passports even shares fun recipes that you can cook up with your kids to turn them into little chefs who know all about foods from different cultures. Subscriptions start at just $10.95/month which is another bonus!
Little Passports has Valentines Day Cards for Everyone!
Think it’s too early? It’s not to soon to print out free valentine’s day printable cards! Valentines day will be here before you know it and I have several Little Passports Valentines Day Card Printables that your child can give to their friends. These are perfect for homeschool groups too!
Have you ever wondered how to say ‘I love you’ in German? How about in Tagalog? Our Little Passports Valentine’s Day cards include ‘Love’ and ‘I love you’ in languages from around the world! To share the love, simply download, print, and pass one to your valentine! Here are some Little Passports “I Love You” Translations From Around The World!:
Jeg elsker dig: Danish
Ik hou van jou: Dutch
Te amo: Spanish
I love you: English
Je t’aime: French
Sarang hae yo : Korean
Ech hun dech gaer: Luxembourgish
Mahal kita: Tagalog
Iay Ovlay Ouyay: Pig Latin
Saya cinta kamu: Indonesian
Minä rakastan sinua: Finnish
Ich liebe dich: German
Wo ai ni: Chinese
Ya tebya liubliu: Russian
Hum tumhe pyar karte hae: Hindi
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Everything your child needs to make 24 Valentine cards to give to friends and family. Supplies won’t last, pick yours up today. Discount available January 17-19th.
The Homemade Valentine Card Kits comes with enough supplies to make 24 Valentine’s cards. Specifically, this kit comes with 24 red and white recycled envelopes, 24 recycled cardstock cards, 24 envelope sealing stickers, markers, wiggly eyes, shape stickers and puffy adhesive hearts. Kids will just need to add imagination to create 24 unique and one-of-a-kind Valentine’s Day cards And they contains only natural and sustainable materials and each purchase benefits environmental non-profits
While you are visiting Green Kid Crafts sign up to receive 12 DIY Kids Activity Guides, FREE! Each month they will deliver a new and exciting educational guide filled with more than 20 pages of science, arts and music activities, games and parent resources from the award winning team at Green Kid Crafts. It’s a $72 retail value! I just got mine today!
We previously had the opportunity to try out Green Kid Crafts. It was three great eco-friendly learning activities which were also crafty in nature. (No pun intended!)
I can’t believe it’s 30 years of enjoying Mickey’s Christmas Carol! If coloring my greys last night wasn’t enough to make me feel old, thinking of seeing this famous family classic for all my life may just do it. But never fear help is here with Winnie the Pooh too!
Our giveaway shares with you both these timeless classics with some amazing bonus features and fun filled activities like Writing Santa a Letter as well as singing along Christmas songs! The kids had such a good time with it and I admit the Mickey Christmas Carol is one of my all time favorites during the holiday season.
Find out even more about both these movies in our review!
If you would like to own them too be sure to enter our Happy Holidays giveaway! 18+ older please, US addresses only and ends Nov. 26. Value – approximately $50 based on Amazon.com current price list. Other terms and conditions stated in the RC code.
Good Luck and HAPPY HOLIDAYS!
It’s quick, it’s easy and makes a great Father’s Day gift! Simply print out this free printable Father’s Day writing prompt and have the children fill it in (or you can help). The upper right hand box is for a picture of dad, either a photo or a drawing – either one looks adorable.
Practice handwriting, vocabulary, relationships and descriptive skills while you make one really cute letter for dad. Frame it or laminate it and turn it into a long lasting gift. Take a picture of the kids with dad and collage their Father’s Day writing prompts in the family album or scrap book.
Have fun with this FREE FATHER’S DAY PRINTABLE WRITING PROMPT!
I’m usually pretty good at coming up with unique and interesting craft ideas (and crafts that double as gifts) for the kids to do for each of the holidays. But Mother’s Day is fast approaching and I’ve been a little scrambled. After all I’ve got a Kindergarten graduation, a High School graduation and a College graduation all going on. Not to mention the incredibly busy household and work schedule that just about all of us have. So, it’s not surprise I turned to a free book to get some great ideas for Mother’s Day crafts.
Free eBook – 14 Mother’s Day Craft Ideas for Kids: Homemade Mother’s Day Gift Ideas has homemade cards and gifts to honor your mother in the most heartfelt way there is! Click Here
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Do you have a box filled used or broken crayons? I know that even with our Crayon maker, which makes old crayons new again it still seems like there are so many more of them around.
Crayons just seem to multiply around my house like rabbits. If you too have boxes and boxes of unused crayons or can’t resist the dollar bin deals, there are some really cute and easy crafts that make colorful gifts for kids or teachers. From practical to fanciful, crayons can create art without ever crossing a piece of paper. With some basic craft supplies and a box of crayons, you make these projects in minutes.
The rainbow desk caddy is really a pot of gold.
The crayon wreath is really a circle of teacher love.
Say, “you’re special” with a crayon initial gift.
Continue reading 3 Cute Crayon Crafts for instructions and supplies . . .
Are you getting ready to host an Easter Egg Hunt, party or dinner with friends and family? Or maybe you just want your Easter Basket to be a little more earth-friendly this year? This is a simple Easter craft to make for or with kids. There is also a grown up version to fill with fresh herbs.
Green ribbon, yarn or chenille stems
Green tissue paper or shredded paper
Toilet tissue tubes or half paper towel tubes
Stapler or tape
Orange paint, tissue paper or orange markers
Hole punch or scissors
Newspaper to cover surfaces is painting
There are three ways to turn the tube orange. Continue reading Carrot Candy Holder Crafts for Easter