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    Halloween Printables

    Halloween is just a few weeks ago and our neighborhood is going crazy with decorations this year. The kids are getting excited and beg me to drive through town to check out spooky front yards and store windows. I am glad people are going all out to bring the kids joy since this year has been so crazy. We have been crafting a lot at home and I designed activity pages and lunchbox notes, all free Halloween Printables for you to print and enjoy. Lunchbox Notes These lunchbox notes include jokes and funny, uplifting words. Download and print the pages on paper or card stock and put them in your…

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    Froot Loops Activity Mats

    I designed six Froot Loops Activity Mats for preschoolers to practice color recognition, counting, and fine motor skills. They are free to download and for ages 2 and up. Young toddlers might not be able to count yet, but they can work on matching colors and the pincer grasp. Froot Loops are sweet and colorful. They are not only for breakfast but also good for crafts and activities. The ring-shaped cereal is a great medium to work with if you have kids who still stick everything in their mouths. All you need is cereal and a printer. Lots of cereal if you are working with a little snacker. If you…

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    Bug Hunt and FREE Printables for Preschoolers

    Bugs are awesome! As long as they are not in my house, car, or in my line of view. They are fascinating and serve a great purpose but they can be slightly scary. Most insects in Tennessee are harmless but if you have ever been confronted with a TN centipede in your bathroom sink at 2 a.m. in the morning you know what I am talking about. However most small kids just adore beetles and Co. My daughter used to love snails when she was a toddler and always brought them into the house. So let’s go on a bug hunt! Catch some bugs! Go outside and explore. See what…