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Margaret Pirate Queen

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Margaret Pirate Queen

Portions of the proceeds made off this book will be donated to rescue dog programs!!! (because there are so many more pirate dogs out there, just like Margaret, who need homes)

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Spring Activities

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DIY Bathtub Soap Crayons

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Button Bookmarks

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Teaching Your Child Life Skills

Teaching my children life skills is not only important for their self-caring and sufficiency, it also allows them to feel empowered, to work on socialization and reasoning, and helps develop their healthy self-esteem. Life skills are very important, they don’t teach them in school. And they are the tools the child needs to succeed in life… These are few of the age – appropriate skills I have known and have worked for me so far, and that I have read about so you can prepare your child for each stage of his life.

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Kids Easter Projects

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Dye-Free Easter Eggs

Aren’t these pretty?  It is amazing how easy it is to decorate them.  They say for kids, but frankly I would enjoy decorating with them.  To see these and other fun and easy kids crafts ….

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DIY Valentine Crafts

I still remember how exciting Valentines Day was when I was a kid. We would all sit in our desks and impatiently wait for the teacher to pass out our Valentines. Waiting to see if you got a candy gram. And those who didn’t? Well, the teacher made grams for them, too. My mom would make me cookies to take in and I would pass out Valentines to the class. It’s something I hope to pass down to my daughter. Today, I’m sharing some adorable and fun DIY Valentine crafts that you can do with your kids!

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New Years Eve printables

New Years Eve doesn’t have to be all about the party – and it doesn’t have to be all about the adults, either. There are some fun ways to get your kids involved and excited about the new year. I’m sharing two printables with you today, one for older kids and one for the little ones.

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Kids Christmas Crafts

We all know how excited our children get about Christmas. Mine is a little young to show any signs of anticipation, but we have plenty of little ones in our family who have been passing out their Christmas lists since Thanksgiving. For those of us who are looking to add a little creativity and family time to all the frenzy, here are a few great ways to involve your children in this Homemade Holiday season!

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Free Christmas Printable

Hello! Here is a free Christmas riddle for your children:

Photo from Kinder Alphabet

Photo from Kinder Alphabet

You can find this free printable and more over at Kinder Alphabet!

Have a fun and free Christmas printable for kids that you would like to share? Post a link in the comments and share on our Facebook!

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