Who’s ready to start a new year? These New Year’s printables are the perfect way to record memories of 2020 and look forward into 2021!
Here in the Midwest about February is when it begins to seem like winter will never, ever end. Let these cute little printable Valentine cards add some color to the middle of that gloomy month!
The Christmas season is coming. If your kids are anything like mine that means it’s a “so exciting it almost hurts” kind of season. Use these free printable Christmas coloring pages as a way to decompress, a way to brainstorm for future art projects, or as a creative filler for those few empty minutes at the end of class!
Scandinavian style has always been a favorite- the patterns and colors are so striking! Use these free mitten and stocking template to create your own patterns inspired by those of Scandinavia.
These printable Christmas hats include a Santa hat, and elf hat and a reindeer headband. All print in black and white to allow your kiddos to add their own splash of color and personality.
These winter themed bookmarks are yours to print and color. Add some colorful details with crayons or markers and your kiddos will have a bookmark they look forward to using!
Christmas with kids is awesome. Well, simultaneously awesome and exhaustingly busy. We enjoy the days more when our expectations are not sky high. It really is the little stuff. This free printable DIY advent calendar is designed to be both of those; awesome and easy.
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!