I have been turning out the baby quilts lately, and needed some sort of an instruction sheet to tuck into the quilts I am giving away. This was the handout that I created to help the new owner of the handmade quilt to care for it. Feel free to print it out and use it yourself too. It is printable on a regular 8.5X11 sheet of paper, and can be made in color or black and white.
With Spring Break right around the corner, I designed this handy Road Trip with Toddlers handout for one of my college courses. I thought it might also be helpful for my readers. We are planning a large road trip, but my youngest is no longer a toddler. I will probably use the same strategies, but with a little twist.
Can you believe it's time for the Winter Olympics already? I love the Olympics. The stories, the competition and the medal ceremonies. It's just all so exciting. So to help you celebrate the Winter Olympics, I have created a fun, free printable with Winter Olympics trivia for you to print out. Some are harder than others, and a smartphone will probably come into play, but give them to your kids and let them research to find the correct answers (which are on the second page for you). Best part is that this trivia is not year specific, so this can be used for ANY Winter Olympics (if you are just finding this now and it's years later). Be sure to have your friends print out pages for their kids too. Or better yet, tell your kids teachers and they can do it as a fun school project. It's free after all!