Hi Friends 🙂
We have a special Christmas “Spot The Differences” activity page for the kids!
Can you help Felix spot the differences? There are 10 in total 🙂
CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD: FELIX DIFFERENCES CLICK HERE FOR THE ANSWERS: FELIX ANSWER KEY
Hope you are all enjoying the winter season so far.
Appreciate the beauty and cherish the time with family!
Until next time,
The following little activity is great for children learning measurements and how to use a ruler. It’s also a fun mini art project. Follow the photos to learn how 🙂
To start you will need a piece of paper, pencil, ruler, and markers or pencil crayons.
With your pencil and ruler make two lines that connect; one vertical and one horizontal.
With your pencil, make a small mark every centimetre along the lines you’ve drawn.
You can use your ruler to help 🙂
At each point you’ve marked on the paper begin numbering.
I measured out 17cm. So I should have 17 marks on my paper.
Examples in the following 2 pictures.
Using your ruler, begin drawing a line between the matching numbers.
Example: 1 to 1, 2 to 2, and so on. You should begin to see the pattern.
After connecting all the matching numbers you should end up with something like this.
You can even fill in the spaces with different colours to create a cool effect.
I’ve created a template if you’re out and about and your kids want something to do.
(Don’t forget your rulers) 😉 DOWNLOAD HERE: RULER DESIGN
Hope you all have an excellent start to the Winter Season!
Keep warm 🙂
Here’s a free printable “Spot the Differences” activity page.
Hope you enjoy!
DOWNLOAD ACTIVITY PAGE HERE: MOUSE DIFFERENCES
DOWNLOAD ANSWER KEY HERE: ANSWER KEY
Don’t forget to check out our other FREE activity pages!
Here’s a couple of free printable connect the dots pages.
Enjoy! And have an excellent week 🙂
FREE DOWNLOAD: BAT CONNECT
FREE DOWNLOAD: PUMPKIN & GHOST CONNECT
Also check out our other ACTIVITY PAGES!
We saw these free Halloween party printables on Party Box Design – they are so cute! We couldn’t resist sharing them with you. Check them out by clicking on the image above or below. 🙂
Every child cheers in victory at the end of the school year and then after about a week or two at home they begin to complain, “I’m boooorrreeed…” Ha ha haaaaaa! So, in response to this complaint I create a summer to-do chart for my kids. Some of the activities listed are chores and some are purely for fun. If my kids complete the chart before the end of summer then they earn a trip to an amusement park.
Although I have seen some pretty beautiful and crafty summer charts out there in the online world I tend to keep mine simple… Years ago I created these charts on my computer which I update (if needed for age appropriateness), print out and pin onto a bulletin board. It is a brilliant solution to “boredom” complaints and gives the kids something to work towards over the summer season.
I also created a sheet of colourful check marks which we cut out and glue onto the chart when a task is completed. I have provided 5 printable PDF’s for you at the end of this post. The ideas and work are all done – you only need to print them off, pin them up, have your child cut out the check marks and then your summer-to-do charts are ready to go! Easy-peasy! 😉
Click each of the links below to download the free printable summer to-do charts and check mark pages >>>
Summer to-do chart_Page1
Summer to-do chart_Page2
Summer to-do chart_Page3
Summer to-do chart_Page4
I hope you and your kids enjoy! 😀
Author, Trina Ayling, created this fun free word scramble for kids! Please click link to go to the larger printable PDF version > ACTIVITY PAGES
Please click here to go to larger printable PDF version >>> Activity Pages
Trina and her boys, William and Thomas, worked hard to create this kid’s crossword puzzle! It is oodles of fun – a lot of the questions are educational and the answers can be found in our book – Miss Emily Goes to Bat!
Check it out >>>
CLICK HERE TO GO TO THE FREE LARGER PRINTABLE PDF VERSION.