Printable First Day of School Signs (FREE)

FIRST DAY OF SCHOOL SIGNS: FREE PRINTABLES *Pre-School- 12th Grade*

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Since I was a kid, I have always loved back to school time! All the school supplies and organizing materials lining the stores, and the transition into fall weather and all the holidays! With the rise of Pinterest, a new tradition has entered into many of our lives: Back to School Pictures using First Day […]

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Toddler Teepee

How To Make A Toddler Tepee (The Easy Way)

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I wanted to get a tepee for my daughter. Can you find them on Etsy? Sure! Will it cost you over $100? Yep.  That wasn’t even close to being within our budget so I decided I would make one.  I made it my mission to make a tepee that was both easy and inexpensive.  I […]

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Super cute family store ideas and free printables for motivating good behavior!

Encourage Great Behavior This Summer by Starting Your Own Family Store (Free Printable bucks and checks)

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Allow your kids to earn Behavior Bucks and Chore Cash to buy little prizes at your Family store. This will encourage your children to be kind and helpful throughout the long summer. This positive reinforcement will keep them motivated and happy all summer long. All printables provided. FREE for Personal Use. It seems like every […]

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My kids LOVED watching our caterpillars hatch into butterflies. Such a fun activity for spring and summer!

Kids Butterfly Garden: Watch Caterpillars Grow to Butterflies From Home!

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I’ve tried out several subscription boxes for kids in the past, and they are really fun; however, I always felt like I wasn’t quite getting what I wanted for my money. The idea is really fun: You pay a monthly fee and a box arrives in the mail with activities for your kids to do! […]

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Grammar Lists

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Grammar Lists for Successful Writing With the help of our extensive grammar lists, writing can be an easy process that ignites the fires of imagination or the compulsion to buy. Enjoy writing and reap the rewards that come with compelling, riveting stories or sales copy. Grammar isn’t confined to making writing interesting; the perfect words […]

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Adjectives That Mean Small

Adjectives That Mean Small

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Adjectives That Mean Small The not-small list contains close to 200 words that mean small.   A Ant Atom   B Baby Bantam Base Bit Bitty Bush-League   C Compact Concise Condensed Cramped Crumbcubby   D Dab Dainty Dash Diminutive Dwarf Dwarfed   E Elfin Epitome   F Fine Fleck   G Germ Glimmer Grudging […]

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Adjectives that Mean Many

Adjectives that Mean Many

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Adjectives that Mean Many You can never have too many ways to say many…here are 200.   A Abundant Abounding Acres Alive With A Lot Ample Army Assortment Astronomical Amount   B Batch Billions Blizzard Boatload Boundless Amount Bounteous Bountiful Buckets Bulk Bunch Bunches Bundle Bundles By The Yard   C Cart-Loads Clump Clusters Collection […]

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Adjectives That Mean Big

Adjectives That Mean Big

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Adjectives That Mean Big This large list of 225 ways to describe something as big covers all things ample to wide.   A A Whale Of A Adult Altruistic Ample Arrogant Arty Astronomical Awash   B Benevolent Big League Bighearted Big-Time Boastful Boundless Bragging Brawny Brimming Broad Bulky Bull Burly   C Capacious Chivalrous Chock-Full […]

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Adjectives That Mean Few

Adjectives That Mean Few

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Adjectives That Mean Few There aren’t that many ways to say few, as this short list of adjectives that mean few demonstrates. B – I Bare A Couple Crumb Exiguous Handful Imperceptible Inconsequential Inconsiderable Infrequent Insufficient L – P Lean Less Limited Little Meager Middling Minimal Minor Minority Minute Modest Negligible Not Many Not Too […]

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Adjectives to Describe People Personalities and Character

Adjectives to Describe People Personalities and Character

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Adjectives to Describe People Personalities and Character More than 500 adjectives that describe people, personality and character will breathe life into your characters when writing and create clear visuals when speaking. A Able Abnormal Above Average Absent-Minded Achiever Active Adaptable Adventurous Affectionate Agile Agreeable Alert Amazing Ambitious Amiable Amusing Analytical Angelic Apathetic Apprehensive Ardent Arrogant […]

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Adjectives to Describe Texture

Adjectives to Describe Texture and Feeling

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Adjectives to Describe Texture What does it look/feel like? Describing texture should enable the reader to imagine the texture in their hands or against their skin. With 325 words to describe texture, you can give your writing vivid detail to engross your literary fans. A Abrading Abrasive Acute Affected Angular B Bald Ballooned Barbed Bendable […]

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Adjectives to Describe Colors

Adjectives to Describe Colors

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Adjectives to Describe Colors When you’re a creative type, the box of 8 crayons just won’t do. Neither will the basic words to describe colors With over 250 colorful words to describe colors, shades, tints and hues your descriptions will take readers imaginations over the rainbow. A Absinthe Alabaster Albino Almond Amaranth Amber Amethyst Apricot […]

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Marketing Words to Use to Make the Sale

Marketing Words to Make the Sale

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Marketing Words to Use to Make the Sale Eloquence sells. When you’re trying to sell to people, the words you choose can make the difference between a yes and a no. Make the sale by using this list of over 300 different words for marketing that apply to a various products and services.   Numbers […]

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Ways to Say the Word Said

Different Ways to Say the Word Said

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300 Different Ways to Say the Word Said When you’re writing anything, from the next great novel to an editorial, the quickest way to bore a reader is to repeat descriptive words. Said is one of the most overused words when a writer quotes people or characters in a story. Keep your readers (or listeners) […]

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Adjectives to Describe Feelings and Emotions

Words to Describe Feelings and Emotions

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Words to Describe Feelings and Emotions If you’re at a loss for words to communicate how you’re feeling, we’ve got over 600 words to describe them.   A Acceptance Accepting Accommodating Admiration Adoration Affection Afraid Aggravation Aggressive Aggrieved Agitated Agitation Agony Agreeable Alarm Alarmed Alienation Amazed Amazement Ambiguous Ambivalent Amused Amusement Anger Angry Anguish Annoyance […]

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Adjectives to Describe Food and Recipes

Adjectives to Describe Food and Recipes

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Adjectives to Describe Food and Recipes For all you food bloggers and writers, this is the best resource for describing and writing about food and recipes. Become the Shakespeare of the food writing world with descriptions that make your readers almost able to taste the dish you’re discussing. The big list of 540 Ways to […]

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Peg Dolls are so cheap and easy to make yourself and make awesome gifts.

How to Make Peg Dolls (Hint: They’re Easy)

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I’ve recently started seeing some adorable peg doll sets, most recently on Jane.com, and they are so fun! The one downside: they are so expensive! I decided this last weekend that I wanted to take a stab at making my own, and it was SO EASY! And I’m totally craft-impaired, so if I can do […]

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Tissue Paper Flowers

Tissue Paper Flowers

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  This may be Simple, I know… But you can use these darling little Tissue Paper Flowers for so many different occasions: Parties of all kinds Birthday, Fiestas, Bridal Showers, Kids, Pool, Summer, Spring, backdrops for photo shoots (I can’t wait for my daughters 1 year old session with flowers like these). Decor in a […]

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I had to learn to be creative with toddler activities once the new baby came and I spent a lot of time nursing

10 Hands-Off (No-Mess) Activities to Entertain your Toddler When You Have a Newborn

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I recently went from having one busy toddler to having one busy toddler and a newborn. For the first few weeks LIFE TURNED UPSIDE DOWN. Don’t get me wrong, it is amazing and happy and wonderful but OH MY GOODNESS having a toddler and a newborn is pure chaos. I learned quickly to keep the […]

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Easy no-sew quiet book for the crafty-impaired

DIY Quiet Book for the Crafty-Impaired (No Sewing Machine Required!)

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Let me start out this post by addressing you amazing crafters out there– you know who you are. The ones that can sew a wedding dress and twelve Halloween costumes in about 30 minutes. You who can refinish the kitchen table and make an adorable decoration for the nursery all during naptime. You people are […]

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Get some exercise and make family memories by biking more and driving less!

Different Options For Biking With Kids

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Ahhh. Summer is almost here. And my bike just recently arrived! I have been having so much fun taking the kids for rides, and BONUS: it’s great exercise for me!  Biking is a great summer activity and I prefer it to taking walks because you can feel the wind blowing on your face and it doesn’t seem […]

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Disney Scavenger Hunt - Free Printable! Great way to surprise the kids with a trip to Disney, or just have fun on a rainy day!

Disney Scavenger Hunt Printable

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We are officially on the Disney Countdown! As I was daydreaming about Mickey Mouse Pretzels and walking the streets of Cars Land, I decided to create a fun little Disney scavenger hunt for the kids. This is a great way to surprise your kids with a Disney trip if they don’t already know about it […]

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Your life as a mother will change once you have the right kid's craft supplies on hand

Kids Craft & Activites: Everything You Need!

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I currently have a toddler and a preschooler, so life is busy all day long at our house. I’m going to share one thing that has brought me sanity as a mother. Have a Well-Stocked Closet Full of Kid’s Craft Supplies & Activities! There is nothing better than that moment when I’m trying to just have […]

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DIY Slime Monsters and lots of other fun ideas with slime

How to Make Your Own Slime in 2 Minutes

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If were here for last week’s water beads activity, or the wall mural painting the week before, you know that I have a goal to do ONE out of the ordinary activity with my kids each week. This week we decided to do slime. I don’t know why I had it in my head that […]

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