This year my husband decided that the kids would be able to have a Halloween party. He just forgot to send me the memo before telling them. So we are having 3 Halloween parties in one day. Mostly to make everything age and gender appropriate. As I have been planning I thought having flavored milks would be a fun choice. So I whipped up a few fun drink labels and got my milk.
Tuesday, October 7, 2014
Thursday, August 14, 2014
It's August and I haven't posted any Young Women Come Follow Me printable in a while so I am trying to get caught up. I will add them as I plan my lessons. First up was my lesson on how Men and Women compliment each other. I started my lesson with images that complimented each other. ie. Tom & Jerry, PB&J, stuff like that. Then I worked out my lesson with then talks and videos given. For my hand out I made this fun printable with a pack of mentos.
How do Men and Women Compliment each other:
Wednesday, August 13, 2014
The other day I shared a little about goal setting. I decided it was never to early to start setting goals. So I made my printable for the kids. I printed them off and laminated them. The kids can write there goals on them with a marker and use them to remind them about What they want tot achieve.
So click on the links and pick a couple out for your kids!
Thursday, August 7, 2014
Over the past few months I have really been thinking about goal setting and how it can influence my life. I have shared may a conversations with other about the topic. I even shared my thoughts about the subject with my Young Women, and how important it can be when making long term plans and goals. I have never really been a goal writer. It just isn't something I have ever really done.
A friend shared a study with me on the positive effects of goal setting. Did you know that people who write there goals down are more likely to follow through? And even more impressive is that when it comes to jobs and education those goal writers achieve higher grades and make upwards of 1o times form money than those who don't? I was amazed at the statistic.
Then I heard Noelle Pikus Pace speak, she truly inspired me to want more! I needed to decide what I really to achieve. I came up with these free goal setting printable's to help me on my journey.
Friday, July 18, 2014
Several weeks ago my friend Emily at www.thebensonsstreet.com asked me to join in on her back to school series. Joining in the fun are 44 other bloggers too. This series is jam packed with great ideas to get your kids started for school this coming year!
I have a son going into junior high this year so I thought it was a great opportunity to do something for him. So after days of thought. Yes days... We are talking the dreaded Junior high where nothing is right and from day to day, his mood and attitude is a mystery. I finally came up with something that her wouldn't be embarrassed by!
Sunday, June 15, 2014
It has been a while since I posted an LDS Youth Curriculum printable so to go with my lesson today I made this one. I truly believe that this church is the truest on the earth. We have leaders that will not lead us astray. Ans though the members of the church are not always perfect, HIS gospel is perfect. Being a true follower or Christ means having faith in his plan and putting our trust in those he has called.
Thursday, May 29, 2014
As the school year draws to a close, I find myself searching for a teacher gift. I want to do something for them that gives them an option. I like to give my teachers more than chocolate and Diet Coke. So this year I came up with 2 option. One for Ice Cream and the other for a Smoothie. Because everyone loves Ice Cream and smoothies. They are the perfect summer treat! So head out to your local Ice Cream Parlor or smoothie shop and get a couple gift cards for those amazing teachers you kids have had the privilege to learn from and print off the easy gift card holders to tell them THANK YOU!
Wednesday, May 21, 2014
Calling all Dr. Who fans! This one is just for you, a... your Father.
When I asked my husband what he thought about a bow tie fathers day gift, he said "Bow ties are cool". Like Dr. Who cool. So today you are getting the Dr. Who, "Bow Ties are Cool" free printable for Father's day. And even if your dad doesn't love a real bow tie. He is sure to love a candy version!
Sunday, March 30, 2014
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Do you read the about pages for bloggers? Well if you read mine you would see that one of my favorite treats are Skittles and Starbursts! I love them. Because of my food allergies I have a hard time eating fruit. So to get that #VIPFruitFlavors I crave, I eat Skittles and Starbursts. I totally eat mine by color. Quirky, I know. How do you eat yours? I start with my least favorite flavor (Green apple, Lime was much tastier) and end with the Strawberry, my favorite. So with Easter approaching I thought it would be fun to create an adorable printable for the Easter Bunny and tag it with my favorite treat! Rainbow Easter Bunny Bait.
Wednesday, March 12, 2014
Today I thought it would be fun to share a quick printable for St. Patrick's Day. So just in case your Irish you will have Kissable Lips! Or if your Lucky to get a quick Kiss You will have your "Lucky You" chapstick.
Monday, March 10, 2014
I thought I would throw together a few fun printable's for the St. Patrick's day Holiday. You could also give these anytime you want to tell someone you appreciate them. Just a quick print and a treat wrapped in gold and you are ready to go. My kids are going to love waking up to a box of Lucky Charms for breakfast and a bag of Gold in there lunch!
Thursday, February 13, 2014
Here are a few handouts for February's lesson for the new LDS Youth Curriculum.
Temple picture available for download at Susan Fitch Design
Why should I treat my body like a temple.
How can I find comfort printable- 4 to a page
Friday, February 7, 2014
Wednesday, January 22, 2014
Tuesday, January 21, 2014
I am a total 80"s girl. I loved neon tank tops and biker shorts. I had bangs that reached for the skies and a terrible perm.
I spoke like an 80's girl saying things like "Totally Awesome", "Totally Tubular" "Gag me with a Spoon", and "Don't have a Cow Man".
Some of my favorite memories as a kid were playing Cabbage patch, Transformers and watching He-Man, She-rah and J.E.M on T.V. We teased my brother relentlessly because his initials were J,E.M. He was not as pleased with our teasing.
Fast forward to 2014 and my kids love watching the same shows on Netflix. As a matter of fact I showed my daughter this Valentine and she asked why J.E.M was on the Valentine. I just love that girl!
I found these awesome test tubes filled with gumballs at Sam's Club and just had to have them. They cost $10 for 24 of them. Super cheap. Most of these treat tubes are a dollar a piece. So this is a total bargain. I grabbed myself a couple and made up this fun printable for your kids to share with there friends at school for the lovey holiday.
Monday, January 20, 2014
For this Valentine I wanted something you could use for a class party. These are perfect for the kids to have along with their class treats. You can pick up a case of Sunny Delight from Sam's Club for about $6. Add the printable below and your are ready to go.
Saturday, January 18, 2014
Last summer my husband went to Taiwan for a business trip. He brought back my daughter a beautiful fan. She loved to play with it. Because of where it came from and the money it cost I wanted her to keep it nice. But she insisted on playing with it. Until I found these cheap fans at Zurchers. So I bought a bag for $2 and let her play to her hearts content.
Now it's Valentines season and I though they might be a fun thing to give to her little girl friends at school for her Valentine. So I made this easy printable to tie to them. Because every little girl needs a fan, right?
Friday, January 17, 2014
My daughter has a love of animals. Sometimes she wants to pretend she is a dog and have dog treats. In comes Scooby Graham crackers shaped like dog bones. She loves them. So I thought it would be fun to make her some Scooby snacks to share with her Valentines this year. You can buy them in a large box and bag them or buy the individual bags and add the tag. Super simple and not quite so full of sugar! You can also buy individually packaged bags of Scooby snacks in a 12 pack at your local Walmart.
Wednesday, January 15, 2014
It's that time of year. I love making Valentines for my kids. I try to find a non candy or healthier version to send. This one totally does both! You can make a candy version of a toy version.
I started with my printable below. Then decide what you want to send. I found gummy frogs at a local gas station. put a few in a bag and add the tag! Super simple.
Saturday, December 14, 2013
This year for Neighbors I have been trying to think outside the box and come up with a few new ideas. Today I am sharing an easy one. All you need to do is print the tag and buy a few Hostess Zingers! Thanks Hostess for bringing Zingers Back to the stores! So bring add a little Zing to your neighbors holiday!