Free Summer Bucket List for Kids

Help your kids fill up their bucket list of summer activities! From going to the zoo to taking a beach vacation – let your children give you different ideas of activities they want to do before the summer break kicks the bucket! What’s on your kiddo’s summer bucket list?

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Last Minute Valentine’s Boxes To Do the Night Before the Classroom Party

What happens when you come up with a brilliant idea for a blog for Last Minute Valentine’s Boxes To Do the Night Before the Classroom Party, but you don’t have the time to execute it? You call on your coworkers and cross your fingers! I have to say the results are pretty amazing.

Do You Want to Build a Snowman: Frozen Last Minute Valentine's Boxes To Do the Night Before the Classroom PartyDo You Wanna Build A Snowman

Items Used: Frozen wrapping paper, toilet paper rolls, pink paper plates, 3 sizes of boxes, cotton balls, and various embellishments

One of the best ideas for a Valentine’s Box is to pick your child’s favorite movie or television show. Your kiddo will be more inclined to help, and is sure to appreciate your hard work at the end of the night. Wally’s Hint: Use photographs of you and your child to place on the characters to make it more personal.

 

 

 

 

Tissue Flowers and Melted Crayon Hearts Last Minute Valentine's Boxes To Do the Night Before the Classroom PartyMade From the Heart

Items Used: square box, pink and red tissue paper, crayons, wax paper, fishing line, and battery-operated votive candles

If you happen to be more of a Pinterest-y type of parent, why not combine several handmade projects into one fabulous box! Melted crayon wax paper hearts suspended by fishing line make up the sides of this square box. Topped off with tissue flowers and a flickering flameless candle inserted into the middle, this made from the heart box is sure to be envied. Wally’s Hint: You can find a helpful melted crayon in wax paper tutorial here: http://www.marthastewart.com/272535/crayon-hearts.

 

 

 

 

Love Me Tender Guitar Last Minute Valentine's Boxes To Do the Night Before the Classroom PartyLove Me Tender, Love Me Shoe

Items Used: shoe box, straws, patterned scrap paper, duct tape, yarn, and stickers

This Valentine’s box will have you all shook up. Making a Valentine’s Box that includes your child’s favorite hobby is always a fun project, and in this case it’s also very cute! Wally’s Hint: If you want to go a step further, try making the instrument playable!

 

 

 

 

 

A little Monster for the Little Monster Last Minute Valentine's Boxes To Do the Night Before the Classroom Party A Little Monster for the Little Monster

Items Used: square box, green construction paper, eyeball head bopper, clear glitter paint

Ahhhhhhhh… This monster will gobble up all the Valentine’s Day cards! There are so many styles and colors of monsters, you can’t go wrong! Wally’s Hint: Have your child draw a monster and then make the box based upon his or her drawing.

 

 

 

 

 

TOUCHDOWN: Score Big with this Fan Favorite Last Minute Valentine's Boxes To Do the Night Before the Classroom PartyTOUCHDOWN:

Items Used: rectangular box, green mylar balloons, white paint marker, and craft foam

Have offspring that love to sport? Whether they love to play or can’t wait to watch their favorite sport, you will score major points with a sports themed Valentine’s Box. Wally’s Hint: You can also use metallic table covers or recycle mylar balloons to get this metallic effect!

 

 

 

 

 

There's Always One: The Procrastinator's Last Minute Valentine's Boxes To Do the Night Before the Classroom PartyThere is always that one…

Items Used: envelope box

There is always that one…

 

 

 

 

 

 

There are so many ideas for Valentine’s Boxes, the hardest part is picking a theme. Be sure to include your child in the process because ultimately it is what he or she thinks of the box that really matters. Happy Valentine’s Day!

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100th Day of School Activities for Kids

It’s almost the 100th day of school! How will your child celebrate? Here are a few 100th Day of School Activities for kids to help celebrate this epic milestone.

 

Feeling Old?It’s almost the 100th day of school! Here are a few 100th Day of School Activities for kids to help celebrate this epic milestone.

Hundredth day shenanigans… get off my lawn! Dress the part of the centennial with a comb-over skull-cap or white wig, graying mustaches and eyebrows, and spectacles! Practice fun ‘old people’ sayings and actions with your child for a little added fun. Pinterest is a great place to find more Hundredth day ideas than you can shake your cane at!

 

 

Count It Out!

How much is 100? Let’s count the ways. Make 100 googly-eyed monster on a t-shirt. “Grow” a 100 button tree on a poster board. Print out Wally’s gumball machine printable and 100th day Glasses cutout printable (click the images to print) to fill with 100 dots, confetti or cereal pieces. Then wear or display his or her creation throughout the day.

100th Day of School Activities for Kids

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100th Day of School Activities for Kids

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It’s almost the 100th day of school! Here are a few 100th Day of School Activities for kids to help celebrate this epic milestone.Hundredth Day Heroes!

Up, up and away! It’s the hundredth day! Making it this far in the school year is an amazing accomplishment for any kiddo. Show them that they are Hundredth Day Heroes by allowing them to dress the part! From licensed costumes such as Batman and Superman, to coming up with their own superhero with mix-and-match capes, masks, and even tutus, celebrate how amazing 100 days of education truly is!

 

 

It’s almost the 100th day of school! Here are a few 100th Day of School Activities for kids to help celebrate this epic milestone.Finishing Touches

Add celebrating 100th tableware such plates, napkins, and cups to snack time and 100 themed wearables such as sunglasses to show how bright the future will be. There are so many ways to celebrate the Hundredth Day of School. Happy 100th!

 

 

 

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Wally’s Valentine’s Day Things I Love

Looking for a fun activity for your classroom or to do with the kids at home for Valentine’s Day? Wally’s Valentine’s Day Things I Love Children’s Free Printable Activity Sheet is the perfect activity for this special holiday.

Give each kiddo a Valentine’s pen necklace or Heart Pencil to fill in what they love most. Wally’s Hint for Teachers: Make this free activity a part of the classroom celebration. You can also send a sheet home with each student to complete with his or her parents.

Looking for a fun activity for your classroom or to do with the kids at home for Valentine's Day? Wally's Valentine's Day Things I Love Children's Free Printable Activity Sheet

To keep the fun going, offer heart stickers and stampers as a way to decorate the sheet. Display on the bulletin board or on the refrigerator for everyone to enjoy.

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4 Gift Rule Christmas Wish List – Free Printable

Keep your child’s Christmas Wish List (and your budget) under control with Wally’s 4 Gift Rule Christmas Wish List free printable. The four gift rule is a newer Christmas tradition with four simple rules: Something they want, something they need, something to wear, and something to read. Not only will it keep your child’s wish list in check, it will also help keep you within your budget.

Make this new tradition a family Christmas activity by sitting down and filling out the list with the kiddos. Grab a few stackable snowmen or Santa pencils to fill out the sheet. Wally’s Hint: Fill the table with Christmas stickers, holiday stampers, and holiday stencils to decorate the list when they’ve finished.

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When everyone has completed their list, either place next to the plate of cookies for Santa to see on Christmas Eve, or decorate envelopes to send to the North Pole. Join in on the fun and fill one out for yourself. Now for the next question: are you on the naughty list or the nice list?

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Happy Thanksgiving Coloring Page: Download Free

Parents keep calm, and children, color on! Don’t just stuff your bellies this holiday season, stuff the kids’ Thanksgiving table full of fun activities that will keep them occupied on Thanksgiving Day. Place the color by numbers activity sheet with crayons at each place setting. Be sure to print additional coloring sheets just in case someone spills something…you never know. Who said adulting couldn’t be fun – have additional crayons and coloring sheets on hand for the kids at heart! Finish “stuffing” the Thanksgiving table setting with krazy straws and Thanksgiving favors kits.
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