Summer break from school is just days away– how will you keep your student’s skills sharp through the summer months? It is important to have your children read at least 15 minutes each day. There are several more activities that are listed on this handy-dandy little chart that will help keep your child organized and earning rewards for keeping up their skills!Print this weekly chart out each week and have them place a sticker on the activity and day that each activity is completed. For each sticker they place on the chart, they will receive one ticket. (You can create your own tickets or use those red ones used at carnivals, etc– they’re pretty inexpensive). If they complete the bonus section, reward them with five extra tickets per bonus item completed. You can create your own reward chart or use the one listed to give them a goal to work towards. Have a great summer!
Another AMAZING tutorial from The Creativity Exchange. I have always LOVED monogrammed items. Perhaps it comes from growing up in the South– it seems like it was more traditional for people to have monogrammed towels and nice drinking glasses. Monogrammed items is making a HUGE splash in decor now and paired with the super-trendy chevron stripes– YOU CAN’T GO WRONG!
Here’s a great tutorial to making these AdOrAbLe framed pin cushions. It makes me wish I sewed to have such a cute pin cushion and that I had more time to commit to crafting (*sigh*) to attempt to make these boards.
If you make these, I’d love for you to send me a pic and I’ll showcase it on the FHE Facebook page!
Printable PDF Version of the Lesson:
FREE Coloring Page~
It is already May and I am WAY behind on my Spring cleaning To-Dos! Am I alone or are you trying to figure out how to get everything accomplished that you need to?
This is the PERFECT printable to use to get yourself organized! I have used this a few times already and I love it, so I had to share it!
The Creativity Exchange has this great free organizational printable available for YOU!