Published at Wednesday, September 11th 2019. by Damiana Delcroix in Coloring Page.
These fall coloring pages are a great way to help your child celebrate the fall. As the days are getting cooler, they’re going to start needing more inside projects, and these fall coloring pages are a great place to start. Celebrate fall time with more freebies like these free fall word searches, fall clip art, and fall printables.There are all kinds of fun fall time images on these fall coloring pages. You’ll find photos of fall leaves, trees, apples, scarecrows, pumpkins, plus pictures of kids and families having fun outside. If you’re looking for a quick way to decorate for fall, print these fall coloring pages out and make your kids do all the work. Don’t worry; they’ll love it!If you’re looking for more than just free fall coloring pages, be sure to check out our lists of pumpkin, Thanksgiving, turkey, and Halloween coloring pages.
Education World offers dozens of free hidden pictures that come right from Highlights magazine. These free, printable puzzles feature scenes with pigs, treehouses, dinosaurs, bears, deer, inventors, chicks, kittens, boats, and more.Another way to get hard copies of puzzles is at the library. Most libraries around the country offer Highlights magazine, and making copies of their puzzles is an inexpensive way to get puzzles for your children.
AnswersAlso available online are answers to the Highlights hidden pictures that have appeared in the magazine. These Highlights hidden picture keys are organized by magazine issue date and name of the Highlights hidden picture. Highlights hidden picture keys go back as far as four years.
Have you been boo’ed? "You’ve Been Boo’ed" is a fun Halloween tradition where you secretly deliver treats to your neighbor and ask them to pass on the fun. It’s a great way to bond with the neighbors you know and to get to know the ones that you don’t.To start the You’ve Been Boo’ed tradition, you’ll need a few printables to start the fun. You’ll need a You’ve Been Boo’ed letter, You’ve Been Boo’ed sign, and a We’ve Been Boo’ed sign. The letter explains how the activity works and the signs are for the front doors to let people know when they’ve been boo’ed.Below you’ll find over a dozen sets of these printables all in a different style. Some of the You’ve Been Boo’ed sets also include tags, cards, and other printables to make it more fun. You’ll also need to include some treats when you boo someone. This can include candy, baked goods, or fun Halloween toys and trinkets. You can put your treats in any type of container and some of the websites below have some great ideas.Tip: For other fun Halloween activities, try pumpkin carving or throw a Halloween party, and don’t forget to plan your Halloween costume!
These free monogram fonts can be used to create a monogram for yourself, your family, or as a couple. You’ll find styles ranging from formal and traditional all the way to more modern and casual.You can use a word processor or photo editor to install these fonts and create a monogram. If you’re not quite sure how to go about making a monogram, here are some tips on how to write a monogram.If you’re looking for a quicker way to create a monogram, these free monogram generators will get you there faster. You won’t have quite so much control but many of the generators have a different style and color options that you may find just what you’re looking for.These monogram fonts are great to use as a wedding font in your save the dates, programs, table numbers, and place cards.
These free, printable sleepover invitations are a must if you’re throwing a slumber party for your daughter or friend. They’re perfect for girls of all ages, and there’s even one on the list that would work great for a boy.All of these sleepover invitations can be customized with your own party details including who the party’s for, where and what time the party takes place, what the kids need to bring to the party, and your RSVP details.Some of the sleepover invitations can be customized before printing and others will have you fill in the information after you’ve printed them, so choose whichever one works best for you.I also have a list of printable envelopes for these invitations as well as some free, printable birthday invitations you’ll want to check out if you’re looking for even more options.Ready to plan the slumber party? I have a list of free sleepover games that use items you already have on hand. The girls will love them!
These Mother’s Day coloring pages make the perfect homemade Mother’s Day gift for mom this year. There’s really nothing that mom likes more than a gift from the heart and that’s just what these are.Some of the Mother’s Day coloring pages are simple and perfect for the little kids. Some of the others are more complex and the older kids will really like the challenge of them. Whichever one they choose, mom is sure to love it.After they’re are colored, you can turn them into a card by writing the name of the back or put it in a frame to gift to mom for a simple Mother’s Day gift.If mom feels like coloring along, she’ll love these free adult coloring pages including some printable Mandalas to color.
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