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  • Surprisingly fun writing game for kids

    A fun writing game for kids: paper telephone [free printable]

    Paper telephone is a surprisingly amusing writing game, perfect for kids who start to read and write.. It’s a take on the classic communication game, where a teacher would line up all pupils and made them whisper a sentence to each other, following the chain of pupils. Not surprisingly, ‘final sentence’ had little to do …

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  • Pen and paper games free download

    Best pen and paper games for kids [excellent for traveling!]

    Play these restaurant games to make time fly by. Simple strategic pen and paper games will keep kids occupied, whisking away time before starters! Be sure to print the summary as a reference!

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  • Symmetry drawing prompt for kids: draw-the-other-half worksheets

    Draw the other half: Christmas symmetry drawing prompts

    My kids are currently intrigued by symmetry, so they really jumped at these symmetry drawing prompts, also called draw-the-other-half worksheet (as of today they’re still unaware that these are actually beneficial to them (ha ha!) and they simply enjoy doing them. Now that’s a win-win, so I can highly recommend these! It’s a great opportunity …

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  • Build a monster with play dough - free printable monster game

    Build a Monster with Play Dough [free printable game for kids]

    Build a Monster with Play Dough Play dough monsters galore! As you know, play dough and the ‘monster theme’ go so well together, it’s a classic combination. The possibility to create sweet/strange/ingenious/cute/scary creatures are endless. This little ‘Build a Monster with Play Dough’ game is a fun & easy way to spend play time in …

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  • Halloween writing paper with border of cute ghosts [free template]

    Halloween writing paper with border of ghosts [free printable template]

    Cute Halloween writing paper with border of ghosts Don’t you just love it, when kids start to make up their own stories? I most certainly do! It’s so much fun to hear them talk about their fantasy world and to wonder how their minds and imagination develop. Experts agree that reading and telling stories is …

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  • draw-a-monster game for monster birthday parties. Free printable

    Draw-a-Monster game for kids [Free printable]

    Free printable draw-a-monster game for kids Monsters! It seems like every kids goes through a ‘monster phase‘. Either they are scared of monsters or they casually embrace the monster theme and happily starting with the Gruffalo or ‘Max and the Maximonsters‘ without too much anxiety. As much as I love to read monster books to …

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  • DIY monster birthday party game for monster themed birthday parties

    monster birthday party game

    Do your kids love monsters? Birthdays? And playing games? Brilliant! Why not combining all three to create a monster birthday party game?! Or spice up a play date with monster-loving kids. Every kids loves monsters at some stage, right? Well, mine do. We organised a Monster Party when Mr S turned 3, with lots of …

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  • Printable Easter activities for kids. Free download.

    Printable Easter Activities

    I can’t wait for spring to arrive.. Go away, winter rain! I think the kids are feeling the same way – they love making the house more colourful. Our living room is stuffed with arts & crafts projects from school and from home. Mr S and Miss N really make an effort, in their own …

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  • Free happy 2018 greeting cards to print or email

    Free happy 2018 greeting cards

    Happy 2018! So.. the new year is in sight and your friends have not yet received your very warm wishes? The perfect solution is here: free happy 2018 greeting cards! Simply download & print or email!   If you’re like me, you will have the best intentions to send all your friends lovely wishes well …

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  • Teaching the year, months, weeks and seasons

    Teaching seasons months and weeks

    How do you start teaching seasons, months and weeks of the year? A child may know the days of the week and the months of the year, but how to they relate to each other? And how do the seasons fit in? It’s perhaps a little daunting to dive straight in, so it’s best to start …

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  • Coloring sheet of the clock

    Learning the clock – colouring sheet

    Learning the clock. My son is getting interested in time and he really wants to learn to read the clock. Obviously, he must first get is head around the concept of a 24-hour day, even though he only sees the numbers 1-12 on a regular analogue clock. Concept of a 2×12 hour day I thought a …

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