What Parents Need to Know About YouTube by Carolyn Jabs This year the hottest movies weren’t at the neighborhood cineplex. Must-see videos now open online where thousands of amateur videographers post short clips made with portable cameras or even cell phones. These so-called “video snacks” are so irresistible that Youtube.com, one of the first sites […]
Let me start by saying that I have been loving the beautiful weather in our area this week….not too hot, not too cold…just right! :) That being said, we all know that there will be rainy days…(and stir-crazy kids) ahead. That’s why I love this Free E-Book from FaveCrafts.com naturally titled, “Summer Crafts for Kids”. […]
Are your kids getting stir-crazy already this summer? Check out this darling and free printable “Summer of Fun” kit from craft-blogger and uber-creative mom, Plucky Momo. It contains 70+ activities, charts & calendars that will help you (and your kids) find something to do on those not-so-sunshiney days. Plus it even contains a parent’s […]
If you are looking for a fun and educational boredom buster or rainy day activity for your teens, tweens…(or yourself) check out Google’s new puzzle / scavenger hunt game called, “A Google a Day“. Everyday they will post a difficult question on the site. Then, players will need to use internet searching skills and […]
Do you need a last-minute, yet thoughtful Father’s Day gift? Check out these free printable Father’s Day coupons from Lettering Delights. What dad wouldn’t appreciate a back rub, movie night, help raking the lawn….or just an hour of silence? ;) You even add your own chores, tasks, or family time activities on the blank ones!
The U.S. Fire Safety Administration is offering a free Sesame Street Fire Safety Activity Booklet for families on their website. The booklet includes coloring pages along with a grid that you can use to help your child map out a safe exit plan in case of a fire. Click here to take a look and […]
If you are planning a summer road-trip with the kids, here are some free printable road trip games and activities everyone will enjoy. There’s a travel bingo game, battleship, printable coloring sheets and my personal favorite…the license plate game. Thanks MomsMinivan.com! Share and enjoy!
If you are busy mapping out your summer with our Camps and Activities Guide check out these free HP calendar templates. There are lots of stylish themes to choose from including some that you can design with your own photos. Just click on the calendar you want, download it, print it and pop it on […]
I wish I had a garden (and/or a green thumb) because these free labels are simply adorable. Attach them to popsicle sticks…and “wa-la”. If I had a garden…I’d probably laminate them too. ;)
If you are traveling over spring break or if you are just looking for a quick and simple kids’ activity for those not-so-sunshiney Montana afternoons, check out this website that features lots, and lots of free printables (including coloring pages, calendars, craft projects & more). Share & enjoy!