Vintage Paper Dolls
In 2009 I digitized these beautiful paper dolls from a vintage wrapping paper. These can be printed on card stock and enjoyed. Paper dolls seem to be a long lost pastime for many. Print and cut these out and care them with you on road trips or for quite time at home.
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I'm Bored Jar
This is a great project for a lazy afternoon. I made this while the kids took their Sunday afternoon naps. I snagged a giant pickle jar from my grandmother for this one, but you can use any large canister.
One of my favorite activities with my children this time of year is slowing down for a minute and making something together. I have a list of things on our Advent calendar that make us sit down and do something special that requires team work and patience.
Christmas Advent Calendar
Advent Calendars are one of our families favorite past times. My children love when I bring out our little nutcracker because they know behind every door is a little adventure for the evening. I wrote out 25 little cards that they have loved opening each year. They're free for you to download as well. I hope you enjoy...
Back to School Gifts
I saw this idea here and loved it. It was much easier to make than it looks and saved me TONS of money this year on gifts. I found these miniature wash tubs for 3/$1 and bought little hand towels to go with the soap 18/$4. I'll let Amy from The Idea Room tell you how it's done. My total cost for each gift was $2.22 per teacher.
A Grateful Jar Full of Stars
A dear friend shared an idea of writing something you are thankful for every week all year long on a little sheet of paper and putting it in a jar to reflect on at the end of the year. I immediately thought of how fun this would be for my kids but with a twist.
A Jar a Full of Stars
Once upon a time I used paper stars in a jar as incentives for my first graders. They loved it when I handed them a little paper star for doing well. I could whip on up fast and their eyes would glow. The could keep them or add them to a jar we were filling for a party day or cupcakes for good behavior. This is a twist on the stars those babies loved.
Halloween Thumb Print Candy Pocket
These little candy pocket are so easy to make and so fun for little ones. Simply use a little thumbprint to make these and give them away this Halloween.
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I'm Aimee, former Early Childhood Educator and Reading Specialist turned author, speaker, blogger, and mom of 5. This website is meant to inspire & equip parents of little ones to promote early literacy & language development at home. You will also find fun crafts, devotionals, and recipes to explore..
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