Gratitude is a pretty powerful emotion. When we slow down and express gratitude for the life around us we begin to see even more things worth being grateful for! Being grateful feels good! These free printable gratitude sketchbook prompts are a fun and easy way to instill a little gratitude practice into everyday.
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!
I have to be honest here. The reason I create this growth mindset is stuff is about 75% for me and 25% for you, my readers and your young people. I love reminders that what I’m capable of will grow and change as I learn, and grown, and take more risks. This stuff is good for the soul.
Do you know the name Yayoi Kusama? If you don’t know her name I guarantee you’re familiar with her artwork. Her images of polka dots and pumpkins have woven themselves into our popular culture.
Growth mindset is a buzzword in parenting and education circles these days, and with good reason. Use this huge collection of free growth mindset resources to see what all of the buzz is about and how it can benefit your kids- and you!
The Day of the Dead is a colorful Mexican celebration that honors the loved ones that have died. It’s a fun way for kids to learn about holidays around the world and an important part of Mexico’s culture!
Do you have good friends? Do you consider yourself to be a good friend to others? Use this free printable friendship book to encourage your kiddos to be thoughtful and intentional about the friends they choose and the kind of friend they are themselves!
Teaching isn’t an easy job. Whether you teach little kids, big kids, or your very own teaching can stretch you to the limits. I designed these bullet journal for teachers with those special challenges in mind. Spend a few minutes reflecting on your day or your week, thinking about how your time is best spent, and remembering why you teach in the first place!
Do you have one of those kids that gets so tense about their art being “just right” that creating isn’t fun at all, but stressful? Maybe that’s you and it’s just hard to let go and make. Being a perfectionist can wreak havoc on the creative process. Here are three easy ways to move your kiddo (or you) beyond perfectionism and make making art fun again!