Hey Friends! It’s my 12th wedding anniversary today. Pretty exciting. I think we are headed to take the boys to Star Wars as soon as my hubby gets off work to celebrate! The glamorous life of parenthood! Hopefully we’ll get a chance to properly celebrate at some point 😉 In the mean time I am hurriedly getting primary things prepared for the new year! Today I got our door signs done and I made a blank template for you to use as well! I find that it helps reduce chaos for the first few weeks, and is also really helpful when you have visitors.… Read the rest
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They’re here! Sorry for bringing them to you in the 11th hour. That’s how I roll lately. My hubby is currently out of town and I tell ya what- 4 boys, 3 cats and 1 dog is a bit much for me to handle on my own. Especially considering I am REALLY not an animal person. Anyhow, I am so excited to bring you sharing time assignment STICKERS this year! Yes, just peel them off and slap them on the kiddos! Of course if you prefer you can still print on cardstock and punch holes and tie yarn to make a necklace.… Read the rest
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Today we had my 3 year-old’s preschool party at our home. Secret Santa with 3-year-olds is stinkin’ hilarious. Here’s a quick run-down of what we did (and a free printable too!). By the way, I should mention I got all the supplies for this party at the dollar store. I also planned the whole thing during the 10 minutes I was at the dollar store.… Read the rest
I’ve started work on all things Primary 2018. First up: Binder covers. They are simple and focus on the message, I hope you like them! Next up: sharing time assignment cards (I have a special surprise for you this year, I think you are really going to love it!).
I also have it available in a 8.5X11 and 11X14 size poster. I skipped adding class names to the binder covers because…
- it takes forever
- 80% (I made that up) of primaries have custom split or combined classes anyway
- It’s SO easy for you to do yourself! Just download the JPEG, open in any photo editing software (if you don’t have one use a free one like picmonkey) and add the text.