How To Entertain, Educate And Inspire Your Kid Instantly Without Screen Time (Oh, And It Is FUN!)
What you will get!
- Gets You More Quality Time With Your Kids
- Makes It Easy To Entice Kids Off Screen Time & Escape The Need For Screen Time As a Babysitter
- Gives You Instant Age-Appropriate Activities To Do With Your Kids
- Avoid Advanced Planning
- Effortlessly Entertain (The Answer To Mom, I Am Bored!)
- Discover Kids Creativity
- Kids Can Choose Exactly What They Want To Do (You Can Sort Activities By Skill, Topic or Age To Guide Them)
PRINT & PLAY ACTIVITIES
coloring pages · worksheets · games · charts & more
Here is Just a Few Things From the Printables Library
The ‘Netflix’ Of Printables…
My Science Experiment Tracking Sheet – kids ages 4-adult can use this sheet to inspire a new experiment or chart the results of one they are conducting.
Color the Summer Words – readers will have fun identifying and coloring the words associated with my favorite season.
Mazes, Mazes, Mazes – a variety of mazes in many themes from princesses to space will delight those who need an adventure on paper. They come in a variety of skill levels too!.
The Space Game – create your own board game with this printable project. You can use the rules provided or invent your own!
Zone Cleaning Cards – get the entire house organized with these Zone Cleaning Cards for Kids.
Brick Reading Chat – Build Your Child’s Reading Skills with this 10 minute a day plan.
BINGO – Play addition Bingo to further math skills or print off the traveling Bingo game to occupy bored travelers in the car.
Elf Treasure Map – One of over 30 Elf Printables to make your next holiday season so much easier with a ton less planning!
Math Snakes – math practice is way more fun with colorful stripey snakes!
Color by Number – A variety of color by number & letter pages come in themes from Dinosaurs to a favorite holiday.
DON’T SEE WHAT YOU NEED? WE WILL MAKE IT!
WHAT OUR CUSTOMERS ARE SAYING:
‘This is perfect for homeschooling my preschooler. I was worried about Kindergarten readiness, but no more! I also love how I can “teach” entire subjects without advance planning.’ – Cynthia.
‘I didn’t know exactly what to expect. We haven’t used worksheets/printable pages at home beyond the occasional coloring page I downloaded. My daughter LOVES choosing what printable she is going to do next. She sits on my lap and we browse through options. It is so fun and she gets so excited about her next project.’ –Debbie.
‘This has been an amazing preschool reinforcement tool for my daughter. Each week she focuses on a letter at school. In the evenings while I’m cooking dinner, I give her a sheet or two from the packet for that designated letter and we talk about it while she does each activity. It has been a great way to engage with her all while getting dinner made! ‘ – Rachel T.