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
Christmas is getting so close ! There are so many things to write down: gift lists, menus, wish lists, Christmas letters and thank yous, letters to Santa …. so why not do it on some cute Christmas themed letter paper? Here is a free one you can print, complete with my three cute little writing mice…what might they be asking Santa ? Well, cheese of course!
Free printable Christmas letter paper
Click here to download the printable PDF of this useful family weekly planner.
There is plenty of space for each day of the week, Lunch and Dinner dedicated boxes and a place to record your weekly expenses.
This is a smart planner for your parties. The pdf contains 2 pages, the first with a 10 days calendar, and the second one to organize your invitations list and track your guests’ feedback.It helps you keep track of all the things you need to do before a party day by day, no more rushing or last minute run to the store!
Click on the image to download the file, for personal use only.
Having a good shopping list before getting into the store can save you time and money, and I do like having a well organized list divided sections. That is why I created this free printable shopping list template!
Preview of a filled Shopping List Template
As you can see it is already divided in colorful sections, all you need to do is get the free blank template here, print it and hang it on your fridge or magnetic board! During the week you will be adding all the things you need in the appropriate section and when it is time for a trip to the store just bring it with you! Print a new one and start again the following week. It is that easy!
With all the weekly activities kids do during the week, I thought it would be nice to create a weekly planner to help them remember what they have to do during their busy weeks!
As you can see it is a colorful chart that is designed for those activities that repeat through the season or the year like sports, music, boy scouts etc.
All you need to do is get your free pdf by clicking here, print it on cardstock, cut out the activity stickers and have your child paste them on the correct days of the week. You can then hang it next to your family calendar or in their bedroom so they can always review it and remember what they are going to do depending on the day of the week.