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Carnival Birthday Party Invitation by PeachyPieParties on Etsy, $18.00

Carnival Birthday Party

Carnival Party! Host a Backyard Carnival Bash

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teach your preschooler uppercase and lowercase identification

Dabblingmomma: Matching Uppercase and Lowercase Letters

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I think this is the best list I've seen yet.

Kids' Birthday Interview Questions (with printable)

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Get Ready for K Through Play - an 8 week series from some amazing kid bloggers that will help your child to get prepared for Kindergarten. In week 1 we focus on Language Skills through the use of a story box and some FREE printables.

DIY Portable LEGO Kit with 24 Free Printable Activity Cards. A great idea for those times where you have to wait (Doctor's office, restaurant) or when you are traveling (great in the car or on a plane)! From Fun at Home with Kids

DIY Portable LEGO Kit with Free Printable Activity Cards

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Awesome learning and drawing app for kids

WE LOVE: DRAWNIMAL

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This is an exceptional way to teach kids about shapes. This is more than just identifying them...this will teach them why a hexagon is a hexagon!

A, Bee, C, Preschool: Search results for building shapes

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Pretend doctor charts, eye charts and more for dramatic play! How fun!

Bear in The Kitchen - Love Them Madly

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Cute gift - fish handprint mug. Making this for my dad.

Painting with Ice - fun idea to do with kids!--fine motor to control a toothpick!

Kids Crafts: Painting with Ice

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25 Fun First Day of School Traditions! I love the new clothes fashion show, fun!

25 Fun First Day of School Traditions

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My Name Is Snickerdoodle: Chore Chart Tutorial

My Name Is Snickerdoodle: Chore Chart Tutorial

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Ordering one for each of the girls for our early mornings next year!

Ready Set Go! Board

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No-Nag Checklist: File this idea away! Cut back on constant reminders with a simple morning chore tracker. To make one, cut a letter-size file folder (we found this one at Staples) so that the back panel measures 11 1/2 by 5 inches, and the front panel is an inch shorter. Cut the front panel to make flaps, and stick on adhesive magnet strips as shown. With glue, attach chore icons made from clip art, drawings, or magazine clippings, plus labels reading "done." Hang it in an easy-to-reach spot.

Organizing Tips for a Smarter School Year

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"My Dad Can Fix Anything" Popsicle Craft (from Pink and Green Mama)

Kids Home Made Arts and Crafts by Pink and Geen Mama

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Art & Science for Kids: Watercolors & Oil

Easy Art Projects for Kids: Watercolors & Oil

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