Categories

Come on in! Join Pinterest today...it only takes like a second or so.

Free photo letters. There are literally hundreds of each letter. You simply download for FREE and print from your own printer.

50 old fashioned games for kids (indoor, outdoor, no electronics). A great reminder--forgot about some of these!

Beautiful hand drawn poster. There is a girl and boy version. Free download.

Candyland-FREE printable giant shape board game with an action for each space you land on! Great for when you're stuck inside all day!

For camping or late nights at the beach? Leave 1/4 of Mountain dew in bottle, add a tiny bit of baking soda and 3 caps of peroxide. Put the lid on and shake - homemade glow stick!

kids clapping games; the oldies are all here! --can't have little girls and not know these. :)

Training Happy Hearts: Gratituesday: Fun and Learning in a Bag – What We Got in Our First Activity Bag Exchange

{Junk in their Trunk}: Toddler Busy Bag Swap

WHAT?!...this is totally genius. And not just for kids! This is what happens when you microwave a bar of Ivory soap! Then you can tear it up, color it, and mold it into shapes! Its not wet and messy, either! This is awesome!

A bunch of activities to use with your kids during quiet-time by janis

Busy Bags for church: biblical paper dolls, felt quiet books, Small puzzle, silly putty, dollar tree has lots of bible coloring books, stickers, pre-fold construction paper into cards. They can make cards for others., Lacing cards, Dolls to play with.

freeeeeeee! printable mazes for kids (big kids, too!)... I plan to print and laminate some (makes them reusable with dry-erase marker) then add them to a 3 ring binder collection of "quiet time" activities :)

Use tension rods and a sheet to make a tent in the hallway for the kids. You can decorate the sheet with fabric paint or markers. And can be easily stored when done.

Make a bracelet with your cell phone # for your kids to wear at the amusement park. Teach them that if they get separated from you, they show it to a park worker or police officer.

Make a bracelet with your cell phone # for your kids to wear at the amusement park. Teach them that if they get separated from you, they show it to a park worker or police officer.