Today I am posting the wonderful work of designer Lee Arjona of Millburn Studio who made this for his daughters.
It has been a life saver for me and a few other parents I know!!! Let’s face it: all the kids want to do when not in school nowadays is either watch tv or be on a tablet or computer game of some sorts, so here is the solution! In order for them to earn screen time they must first complete a series of tasks!
I think the colorful graphics and playful characters really make this super cute don’t you think?
As always, it is free for you to print and hang anywhere in the house….good luck!
Free printable “No Screen time until…” poster by Lee Arjona not for commercial reuse, free at www.print-cut-paste-craft.com
Back to winter and back to the long days at home. With the schools closed and the freezing temperatures outside this is a good moment to find some new easy printable kid activities to do! This easy to cut face can turn into hours of fun! Click here to download the face template and here for the parts template. If you want a more durable activity, print the parts on cardstock instead of regular paper. If you don’t have cardstock, don’t worry, paper will do just fine. Have your child color the face parts before he cuts them and then have him cut along the dotted lines or help him cut them out. You can either: print multiple faces and glue different parts to make a gallery of different people or just place the different cardstock parts on the face and have fun! It can also be used to discuss emotions: prompt your child to create a sad face, a happy face, an angry face and a sad face. Try moving the eyes and the mouths in different positions to see how the face will change emotions!
Preview of the empty face template
Preview of the face parts template