Father’s Day Printables
Perfect for celebrating dad or grandpa, on Father’s Day or any time of year. Trust me, these quick interviews will be a way bigger hit than any generic drugstore card.
Printables for Kids
End of Year Review
I put together a fun little page of questions and facts that is perfect for wrapping up the school year. I made two each for grades K through 5; one is gender neutral but probably skews a little more girly, and the other is more likely to appeal to boys (or at least my boy will prefer it).
“I’m Bored!” Jar Ideas
80+ ideas divided into four categories: solo activities, activities to be done with a partner, activities requiring an adult, and on-the-go activities. Print them out, cut them up, and keep only those that apply to your family. Alternatively, you can write the activities on color-coded popsicle sticks (green means solo, yellow means partner, etc.)
Mother’s Day Printables
The easiest way to make mom cry happy tears on Mother’s Day is to give her one of these sweet printables! They’re a perfect easy gift, and they’re great for grandma, too.
Freezer Meal Inventory
This simple inventory sheet is perfect for keeping track of what meals are in your freezer. Every time you prepare and freeze a meal, fill in the details on this page (I recommend sticking the sheet to the door of the freezer). Don’t forget to update it when you use a meal!
Teacher Appreciation Printables
I designed these printables for use during Teacher Appreciation Week, but most of the files don’t specifically mention teachers. They’re a great way to recognize support staff — coaches, secretaries, librarians, counselors — or even other people at completely different times of the year.
All teacher appreciation printables are three pages with six tags/labels on each. Download the whole file and print only the page(s) you want.