Whether you’re looking for a special occasion gift or or just trying to encourage your young artists this list full of the best art gifts for kids. From craft sets for kids, to open ended imaginative toys, to art supplies that encourage more technical skill- it’s all here. Whether your kid is a little or a tween inspiring creativity is always a win!
Being grateful is a habit. Use these free printable gratitude journal prompts as a simple way to get your kiddo in the habit of remembering all the good that’s mixed in everyday!
Do you generally wake up everyday happy to be alive and grateful for everything you’ve got? I’m going to be honest here; I don’t. I’m embarrassed to say my default setting is low grade pessimism. These six pretty watercolor appreciation quotes are here to help remind you (and me) that life is pretty awesome and there is always something to be thankful for!
This personal planner for creatives is designed with the dreamer and the artist in mind. Typical daily planner and weekly planner pages as well as lots of space to record ideas, inspiration, projects, and reflections are included in these 10 free planner printables!
Mindfulness is being present, noticing what’s happening around you without judging whether it’s good or bad. It’s soaking up what’s happening right now without moving on to what comes next. Use these quotes about mindfulness to remind yourself to take a deep breath and relax.
Are you a teacher or a parent? Both? Chances are if you’re a reader here at the Kitchen Table Classroom you’re one of those and I’m certain you’ve got a real interest in how kids learn. These free printable quotes about learning will remind you how awesome it is to be able to inspire learning!
Did you ever wonder how to make t-shirt yarn? Did you even know that was a “thing?” It is and it’s a super fun way to up-cycle a ratty t-shirt into cozy yarn perfect for crafting with.
These growth mindset books for kids are some of the newest ones out there, at least at our house. These books are super easy ways to encourage your kids to keep on trying even when things get tough.
It would be a stretch to say that we’re a family of travelers. Even though my kiddos have not seen the world over doesn’t mean they can’t “know” it. I created this free printable book to help kids learn the fifty states through a doing a little research and digging and also having a little fun sketching and doodling along the way.