Picture Credit May is the month of celebrating Get Caught Reading. It’s a great way to spend time getting lost in a book you have been wanting to read, but keep pushing it off. It’s also a great way to celebrate with your children by reading them a book or getting them involved in reading. […]
Start this tradition of having your child fill out this memory printable at the end of each school year. A great memory to look back on of all the years of school. Click here to get this FREE End of School Memory Printable from Skip to my Lou.
Have fun with your grad with this grad lib (like mad lib). This could be a fun activity at a graduation party! Click here to get this FREE Grad Libs Printable from Bombshell Bling.
There’s a printable here for your child finishing school: Preschool – 12th grade. Print one and document your child’s last day of school. Make a tradition out of it and be sure to add to your scrapbook. Click here to get this FREE Last Day of School Chalkboard Printables from Yellow Bliss Road
A very creative way to gift money – the perfect gift for grads. Take a mason jar, add money scrolls and print this adorable gift tag. Also available for printing is a 4×6 identical card to frame and display for your grad. Click here to get this FREE Congrats Grad Printable from Crafts Unleashed.
MOM Tip: Here’s a creative graduation decoration for any graduation party! Items needed to make these graduation cap straw toppers: Black construction paper Card stock or cardboard Yellow embroidery thread Pencil Ruler Scissors Exact-o knife Hole punch Glue stick Elmer’s glue Click here to get this tip from The Glitter in My Tea.
The perfect printable pack for the 2017 graduate! This pack includes: 8×10″ signs that read “CONGRADULATIONS” & “The tassel was worth the hassle”, “Class of 2017″ banner panels, Water bottle labels, 2” circles, and coordinating thank you notes. Click here to get this FREE Class of 2017 Graduation Printables from Lil’ Sprout Greetings.
MOM Tip: Surprise your birthday girl or boy by giving them a surprise lunch they have to unwrap. Click here for this tip from Happy Home Fairy.
The big yellow bus is about to pull up for the new school year, and that means big changes to the family routine and lots of new things on your to-do list. Kati Chevaux, organizational expert and editor at Cozi.com, the No. 1 online and mobile family calendar, recommends breaking down back-to-school preparation into simple […]
We are back in school and back to packing school lunches;. After a week of ham sandwiches I ‘am counting the days down until my youngest begins announcing to me that he is really tired of taking the same thing in his lunch day after day. So, before I hear those words I thought I […]