Everyone loves summer days that are filled with sun, water play, and trips to the beach. But, what about those rainy days when kids are stuck indoors? Every parent needs a few fun ideas on hand for when those rainy days come. And, this list of ideas for summertime rainy day activities is the perfect place to find some! This… Read More
Getting kids excited about reading can sometimes be a challenge. But, this list of 15 creative ideas for making reading fun will help keep kids interested all summer long! This resource includes: 15 Ideas to make reading fun all summer long! >>>CLICK HERE FOR 15 SUMMER READING IDEAS!<<<
Grocery shopping can be stressful when you are shopping with littles. If only there was a way to make it a fun experiences for the little ones while maintaining your sanity. Maybe this scavenger hunt printable is just what you need! On it, your children will be so busy looking for the things on their own “list” that maybe just… Read More
We have all been there. We are elbow deep into a project and before you know it your little one is looking at you and uttering the words “I’m Bored”. If you are like me sometimes you really can not think of something to tell them to do. That is where this printable comes in. On this printable, your child… Read More
One art that seems to be missing in a lot of families is the art of conversation. Many times it is because we are simply so busy and let’s not forget that cell phones and tablets keep us from actually having to carry on a conversation. What if however, we made an effort to bring back family conversations? … Read More
Father’s Day is almost here!! This little writing activity is sure to make any dad smile as he reads the responses that his children had about him. Head over to Beyond Mommying to grab your Questions About My Daddy: Free Printable for Father’s Day!
What better way to begin thinking of others than by making sure to commit God’s truths into your heart through prayer! These prayer and memory cards of Philippians 2:3-11 are sure to help you reach your goal of caring for others. Head over to Proverbial Homemaker to receive your free Thinking of Others (Praying and Memorizing Philippians 2:3-11) printable!
When you have your day posted with pictures it really can help children to stay on task because they know what is coming next no matter their reading level! This homeschool day printable helps you develop a schedule that is easy to understand!! Jump over to Kori at Home to get your copy of My Homeschool Day Printable!
Our littles ones can stay soooooo busy… right underfoot… all day long. Or even worse, when they disappear for a moment and get super quiet! Oh no! Rarely does that end up a good thing (sharpie vs the wall, anyone?) Through parenting four kiddos, I’ve found that the best way to keep a toddler busy without pulling your hair out… Read More
Do your kids love getting rewards? I know mine do! While I don’t like to use the term bribery, sometimes it happens when Mommy doesn’t feel well. However, teaching them that with hardwork and discipline come rewards isn’t a bad character trait to have either. Help motivate your kids with these fun Reward Chart from The Outmatched Mama! GO HERE… Read More