Printable Worksheet That Teaches About Gratitude
A free “I’m Thankful For” printable that teaches children gratitude. I’m Thankful For PDF
We are working towards the importance of gratitude in our house on a daily basis and this worksheet really helps us as a family focus on what we do have versus what we don’t. Through this exercise not only does my son understand the importance of gratitude but also that God has abundantly blessed him.
Oddly enough, this exercise also is a reminder to myself of the many blessings that are given unto our family everyday.
Sassy And Totally Free To-Do List
It’s fun, sassy and useful.
We all know that moms have a million things on their minds. From your children to your career to cleaning the house to picking up some chardonnay, women think fast and think often.
It’s hard to for women to keep up with their own brains. That’s why I love not just my planner but making a daily or weekly to-do list.
I’ve made a to-do list template!
It’s so is simple and cute. Designed with moms in mind, I made sure that you can print this freebie without using too much ink (but that is still fun and motivational).
To-do list are great for maintaining sanity. Instead of trying to remember everything to do in your head, you can write them down on a piece of paper so you can then focus on getting one thing done at a time!
To-do lists are also great motivators and prioritizers. You can put what’s more important on top and go from there!
So ladies here’s my free gift to you this week. A free to-do list designed with you in mind. You got this! Click the link below for your free printable to-do list.
Free Easter Coloring Book
Click here for a free Easter Coloring Book
And when Jesus had cried with a loud voice, he said, Father, into thy hands I commend my spirit: and having said thus, he gave up the ghost.
Now when the centurion saw what was done, he glorified God, saying, Certainly this was a righteous man.
Free Space Shuttle Coloring Sheet
A Step-By-Step Guide On How To Draw A Space Shuttle With Shapes- Also Included A Printable Instruction Sheet
Izaak loved learning how to draw a space shuttle, and it’s super simple! We even were able to learn about shapes in the process!
(Bonus: I’ve included a free printable below!)
Every kid loves to learn about space. What’s cool about this activity is not only can kids learn how to draw a space shuttle on their own, they also learn how to draw shapes as well! (Who doesn’t like to multitask as a mom?)
I’ve included a free printable with instructions. They are pretty easy to follow. (So easy that a kids can do it. ♥) If you don’t have a printer here are the instructions below:
- Draw an oval shape.
- Add a rectangle to the end of the oval.
- Add the wings. I told Izaak to draw two straight lines coming out of the rectangle, and then draw a squiggly line from each straight line going towards the oval until it meets it.
(Side note it’s OK if they don’t follow instructions perfectly. Izaak sure didn’t.)
4. Add details. (Such as lines or fun designs.)
And that’s it! Here’s how ours turned out.
For more visual instructions download the pdf here. I made it really simple so that you don’t have to use much ink to print it out. (And only one sheet of paper.)
Remember when doing this project to allow your children to creatively express themselves. Use fun colors, draw cool designs and allow them to draw things where they see fit. Kids enjoy art more when they are in the drivers seat.
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-Holly, the imperfect momma.
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