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Monsters Inc. Play Dough

Keep your little monsters busy on a rainy day with this easy Monsters Inc. inspired play dough.

Monsters Inc Play Dough Tastefully Frugal for The Crafting Chicks

Hey crafty readers! It’s Sydney from Tastefully Frugal here again to share another fun activity to do with your kids. Last month we celebrated my baby’s second birthday (seriously where does the time go)! I wasn’t planning on having a party for him but two weeks before his birthday he started saying he wanted a “Mikey-owski” party; in two year old language that meant he wanted a Monsters University party. They’ve seen both Monsters movies but Monsters University is definitely their favorite.

Only having a few weeks to plan I decided to go with super simple ideas for the food and treats. I’m not a big fan of sending home goodie bags filled with candy and cheap toys; kids are already on a sugar high from the party itself and the last thing parents need is for a melt down when their $.25 toy breaks. As a thank you to our guests I like sending home one treat and one toy or game. For our Star Wars Party I made Death Star Oreo Truffles and Pool Noodle Light Sabers. For our Monster Party I opted for Monsters Rice Krispie Treats and play dough.

Monsters Inc Play Dough Tastefully Frugal for The Crafting Chicks

Both of my boys love playing with play dough and it’s so easy to make it fit perfectly with my stress free party plan. I used a basic salt dough play dough recipe and added neon blue and green for the colors. I will tell you you are going to use a lot of food coloring to get the bright colors. Between making these and the Monster Cupcakes I used almost an entire bottle of both the blue and green (but it was totally worth it)! If you have a rainy day (or super hot day) in your forecast make a batch of this play dough ahead of time; your little ones will love it!

Ingredients:

1 cup flour

1/3 cup salt

2 tsp. cream of tartar

1 cup water

1 Tbsp. oil (I used coconut oil but you can use canola oil too)

neon food coloring

Directions:

Add all of your dry ingredients (flour, salt and cream of tartar) to a medium sauce pan. Stir to combine with a wooden spoon.

Add water and oil and turn heat to medium-low.

Continually stir until it starts to get thick (about 1-2 minutes).

Before it starts to get really thick add your food coloring. For Mike Wazowski I used 44 drops of neon green food coloring (I added drops 10 at a time until I got the desired col0r) For Sulley I used 32 drops of neon blue, again adding drops 10 at a time.

Stir, stir, stir. You want to make sure you’re constantly stirring so the color gets spread evenly.

When the dough starts to not stick to the side anymore you are done.

Let dough cool on wax paper or foil for 30 minutes.

Knead a few times and store in an air tight container.

We had our party a month ago and my boys play with their dough every few days and it’s still soft and squishy!

Monsters Inc Play Dough Tastefully Frugal for The Crafting Chicks

If you want to print your own labels for the dough click here for Mike Wazowski and here for Sulley.

Monsters University Party Ideas www.tastefullyfrugal.org

To check out all the rest of our Monsters University Party details click here.

See you next time!

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Fingerprint Bugs

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Fingerprint Bugs!

I’m excited to kick off Bug Week here on our Little Red Hen Summer Survival Series. These Fingerprint Bugs are so simple and fun for the kiddos. I loved watching to see what my girls would come up with.  Here’s what you’ll need.

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First off, download the fingerprint bug jar printable below. I printed these off onto some card stock so the stamps would not leak through the paper.  You could do regular copy weight if you’d like.
Download Grab some stamps or you could even use finger paints. I had a fun variety of stamps from Close to My Heart.

If you also have a nice fine tip black pen or maker they work well for adding finishing touches to the bugs.

Start by reading your favorite bug book. We read Bugs Galore

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This book gave my girls some fun ideas on what bugs to add to their fingerprint bugs.

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Then I gave them the paper and stamps and they were off.

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Of course girls have to add flowers right?

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I was so amazed at their ability to make these bugs come to life.  They made each jar a little cozy home for their bugs. The best part is it kept them busy for a solid 30 minutes. I’m sure I could print more sheets out and they would keep making bugs.

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Stay tuned the rest of this week as we celebrate all things BUGS!

 

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Be sure to check out the other bug projects as part of our Bug Week!

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DIY Paper Camera for Kids

DIY-Paper-Camera-for-kids As many of you know we are honored to work with Michaels as part of the Michaels Makers. Michaels is offering a kids’ summer crafting program, Passport to Imagination, every Monday, Wednesday and Friday from 10 am – noon from June 14-July 31 at every Michaels location across the U.S.  Passport to Imagination takes kids on an imaginary seven-week summer road trip from the beach to main street and more! We were excited to join in celebrating Main Street Week. micheals-passport-to-imagination

Main Street USA reminds me of fun street shops and great photo opportunities with family.  My girls are always wanting to take pictures and would love to have a camera of their own.  I decided to make DIY Paper Cameras with them and we even added some pictures that they could stick inside so it feels like they are taking real pictures.

 

To start you will need to download a Paper Camera Template.

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I found this template online but could never find a source. I pulled it into Photoshop and enlarged and added a few touches that I wanted, like the picture window and top button.  My girls couldn’t wait to get their hand on these.

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And Pictures for your Paper Camera. These are some stock images that reminded me of fun places around the world. You could also use family or neighborhood photos.  The size is 3×2 if you would like to make your own pictures.

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Once the you have downloaded, print each paper on a nice heavy card stock. I like using Image Plus card stock for color printing at home.

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Hand the DIY Paper Camera over to your kids to color and you can cut out the pictures.

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Once the camera’s are colored, have the kids cut them out.  Have them cut along the thick black outside lines.

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folding-paper-camera The gray lines on the sides are fold marks. Depending on the children’s ages you may have to help fold a little more. my 6-year-old did a pretty good job, but the 4-year-old needed help.

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My girls all wanted a camera strap, “like mom’s,” so I got my trusty hole punch and made the necessary holes in each side.

camera-strap-on-paper-camera Slid a piece of baker’s twine in through the holes and tied a knot and made sure the knot stayed inside the camera body.

 

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Now comes the fun part, putting the camera together.  Now I remind you that I found this template online with no credit, just an uploaded image that went nowhere.  Well, there were no instructions on how to put them together, but I did my best. And I think each camera went together differently.  You may have to fold and use an exacto knife on some parts or cut and fold the extra long sides a bit.  I will tell you that my favorite way to secure it ended up being scrapbook adhesive mounting squares which you can snag at Michaels. They held everyone together the best and were easy to use.

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To add the pictures to the back, we just used some washi tape.  I know seems really simple. But it hold the pictures in place for the 5 seconds that my girls want the pictures on, and makes swapping pics really easy.

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You could probably put some velcro on the back and do it that way but we liked the ease, and look, of the washi tape.

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Now let them at it.

taking-pictures-with-paper-camera Watch the creativity blossom as your kiddos take picture after picture.  We went on a walk and I loved to hear their snaps and clicks.

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Aren’t their camera’s so cute? I love how each one captures the personality of it’s owner. My oldest, all grown up and wants a camera like mom’s. Middle daughter still loves pink. And my baby is so colorful and full of life.

I also love how their outfits fit their personalities too.  Each outfit is from Gymboree  which offers cute, coordinate looks that help your little ones enjoy the little and big moments this summer—from craft time to beach time. 

I also love that Gymboree has proudly watched kids learn and grow through the power of play and has seen firsthand the desire from Mom for cute, comfortable, long-lasting, coordinated style at an everyday great price.

#CraftInStyle Instagram Weekly Sweepstakes

We’re hosting a 7-week weekly Instagram sweepstakes, encouraging Mom to share a photo of her family getting crafty and inspired by each week’s summer destination. The weekly winner will receive a $100 Gymboree gift card, a $100 Michaels gift card and craft supplies!

All you have to do is:

  • Follow @Gymboreeand @MichaelsStores on Instagram
  • Post a picture of how your family crafts in style
  • Tag your photo with #CraftInStyleSweeps
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Fairytale Match

Hi everyone! I’m Kiki from Kiki and Company and am so excited to be here this week for Fairytale Week. Growing up, I LOVED Fairy Tales. I loved to be read to, love to read them myself and eventually loved watching them as movies too! This summer, I am trying to add to my collection of fun things for my kiddos to do inside and thought this would be a perfect time to make a fun Fairy Tale Match game so that we could review them together!

Fairy Tale Match from kiki and company.

 

Playing this is a really fun way to involve kids of all ages, but also a great time to share some of your favorite Fairy Tales with them too! I had my 3 year old, 6 year old and 9 year old all playing at the same time…and it was FUN.

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To make this game is SUPER simple.

SUPPLIES

  • free printables at the end of this post
  • glue (I used a spray glue)
  • scissors

DIRECTIONS

  • Download, Print and Cut out free printables
  • Spray glue on wrong side of patterned side and place red polka dot paper on back
  • Smooth out any bumps quickly and make sure to seal sides well
  • You are done!

Fairy Tale Match from kiki and company. LOVE it!

 

To download these freebies, click on the link below:

Fairy Tale Match

I hope you have the happiest summer and make amazing memories with your kids!

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I’d love to see you over at Kiki and Company where you can find some other summer posts:

Summertime Activity House

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Father’s Day Superhero Printables

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DIY Summer Matching Game

DIY Summer Matching Game. Perfect for car rides!

 

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There’s a whole week all about Fairy Tales, be sure to check out the other posts in this series!

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Under the Sea Sounds Bingo

Hi there ya’ll! I’m Ali from Dream Crafter and I am so excited to be sharing this fun summer activity with you today and I’m extra excited to be a part of this Summer Series. What a genius idea! I am all about easy activities that keep my kids busy during the summer months!

Today I am sharing a printable Under the Sea Sounds Bingo card with you.

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My kids had so much fun with this because its a little different twist on the original Bingo. You need your ears to play!

A lot of people think that the ocean is a quiet place where the only sound is the waves crashing on the sand. But many of the oceans creatures make noises! I was actually surprised at how many of these creatures make noises (and which ones don’t make any noises at all!…Like, did you know that the shark and the octopus literally do not make ONE sound!) Crazy right?!

So here’s how ya play:

Start by printing any of the 4 Bingo cards below. Just click, download and print.

Bingo Card 1 / Bingo Card 2 / Bingo Card 3 / Bingo Card 4

Next, you are going to need to get out your laptop or mobile device and open up tabs for each of the following sounds so they are ready to go when you’re playing the game. Just click the Names below to get the sounds!

Seagull / Fish splashing in the water / Emperor Penguin / Beluga Whale / Oystercatcher (this is a bird) / California Seal / Dolphin whistles / Toadfish / Damselfish / Bottle-nose Dolphin / Killer Whale / Harbor Seal / Blue-footed Booby / White Whale (Same as the Beluga whale. Trick your kids!) / Waves / Dolphin clicks / Elephant Seal / Walrus / Sea Lion  / Wind / Lobster / Brown Pelican / Clam (the only sound a clam makes is the bubbles it emits when it closes!) / Snapping Shrimp

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Some of these links even have videos that might be fun to watch with your kids!

Randomly choose a sound and see who wins the Bingo game! Five in a row wins!

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Even though my kids are too young to read, the game went just fine. I asked them to tell me what animal they thought it was. Then I would tell them the animal and we would talk about it for a minute and I would show them which square to cover on their paper. If your child is deaf or hard of hearing, there are still LOTS of videos to watch about each animal and can still be easily played.

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And of course we had to use Swedish Fish as our Bingo markers. What else? And the best part of the game? Eating the candy!

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Enjoy your summer and keep those brains going! As Miss Frizzle always says, “Take chances, make mistakes and get messy!” Wow…I watch way too much Magic School Bus. :)

-Ali

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Summer Break: Your Secret Parenting Weapon-Sweetness Mandala Chart

Well, Hello Summer. Summer break is a great time to connect with your kiddos, but let’s be honest… sometimes it can feel overwhelming. Below is one simple tip to help keep your summer running smoothly!

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Let me introduce you to your secret parenting weapon, your key to success, a simple solution for a smooth summer with the kids…

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YES. Ice-cream is the answer. Here’s the catch, your kids will have to “work for it.”

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Check out the details of this simple parenting approach:

  1. Print a copy of this Sweetness Mandala Chart (PDF) and hang it on your fridge.
  2. Each time your child performs a requested task, have them color in a section of the printable.
  3. When the mandala chart is complete, take your little one out on the town for some ice-cream to celebrate.

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What’s great about this positive parenting concept is the versatility. This approach can be used to accomplish a variety of goals:

  • Get your kids to complete their chores
  • Stop sibling bickering and fighting // Learn more
  • Reward little ones for being Mama’s Helper
  • Get your children to eat their veggies // Get additional tips
  • Reward quiet time when you’re working on a DIY project

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Not keen on painting the town yellow? Here are a few creative at-home ice-cream alternatives you could use as a reward:

In the end, the true reward is spending some special time with you.

Ready to get started? Download the free printable here…

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Ice Cream Shop for Kids

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I’m so excited to be kicking off our Mother Hen’s Summer Survival Guide this week.  The theme this week is Ice Cream.  Yesterday we shared some great ice cream ideas from our favorite sites.  Today I’m sharing a fun Ice Cream Shop idea that will keep your kids busy during the summer!

Each week we will share favorite Children’s books that go along with our theme.  I LOVE children’s literature, and reading to my kids.  There were so many fun ice cream themed books that we shared earlier today.

A favorite that I used to kick off this week with my kids is Gail Gibbon’s book Ice Cream, The Full Scoop.
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I love Gail Gibbons’ books…her illustrations are amazing.  She teaches concepts through her books in such a fun way.  This one is a must have to kick off this week!  In this book, Gail Gibbons walks kids through the process of making ice cream…from the cow to the ice cream shop.  She shares so many details…and even has very detailed illustrations.  It’s like an ice cream factory tour throughout the book…amazing!  Now we just need to go visit a real ice cream factory!

After reading Ice Cream the Full Scoop…we set up our own ice cream shop.  Here’s how we did it!  You can download the free ice cream printables below…the ice cream sign and ice cream order forms.
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What you will need for a Pretend play Ice Cream Shop:

Large pom pom balls….colorful and bright (for the ice cream scoops)

Bowls (I found these mini waffle cone ice cream bowls at Michaels Craft Store…they are plastic too!)

-Toilet paper rolls for the cones.  Cut the roll length wise…lay it out flat.  Add diagonal stripes both ways with a brown marker.  Fold into a cone…staples and trim the top!

-My Ice Cream Printables Below

-Any other pretend ice cream or ice cream decor.  We found the adorable ice cream cone banner to hang…from Michaels.

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Display the printable ice cream sign.  This will help your little ones learn how to count money.  We love using play money for our pretend stores.  Even my 5 year olds can count change!

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Print out some Ice Cream Order forms and let your kids take turns being the customer.  They can fill in their selection of cone or bowl, how many scoops and if they would like a cherry on top!  They can also tell how they want their scoops to go…what pattern…maybe pink, orange, green, pink, orange, green…and they can color in the mini ice cream cones on the card.  The one below is an AABB pattern…pink, pink, orange, orange…so many possibilities.  The kids will have fun with this!

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They love me being a customer…I’m not kidding when I say my kids will play “pretend” stores for hours and hours!  This new ice cream shop is quite the hit!  Kids learn soooo much from dramatic play.  I love their little imaginations!  The best part about being a kid:)  The best kind of learning is when they don’t even know!  They are learning so much and having a blast.

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Ice Cream Order Form Download (PERSONAL USE ONLY PLEASE…All downloads and printables are property of The Crafting Chicks, LLP.)
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Don’t forget to check out our other books we picked out for our Ice Cream themed week!

Ice Cream Themed Books

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Be sure to check out the other posts in our Ice Cream Week.

Don’t forget to follow along each week!

Here’s some more fun Ice Cream Theme Party Supplies:

Personal Ice Cream Maker

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Ice Cream Stationary Pack

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Ice Cream Cone Pen

 

 

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Ice Cream Themed Kids Activities

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Ice Cream Themed Kids Activities

Ice Cream Themed Kids Activities

To kick off our Ice Cream Theme Week, we’ve got a great round up for you!  Printables, activities, games, books, and recipes!

Printables

Ice Cream Do-A-Dot Printables from Gift of Curiosity

Ice Cream Themed Kids Activities - Printables, recipes, activities - My kids will love doing these this summer!

Letter Sounds Printables from Royal Baloo

Ice Cream Themed Kids Activities - Printables, recipes, activities - My kids will love doing these this summer!

File Folder Game from Kids Activities Blog

Ice Cream Themed Kids Activities - Printables, recipes, activities - My kids will love doing these this summer!

Printable Matching Game from From ABCs to ACTs

Themed Kids Activities - Printables, recipes, activities - My kids will love doing these this summer!

Sticker Reward Chart from Alana Lee Designs

Themed Kids Activities - Printables, recipes, activities - My kids will love doing these this summer!

Ice Cream Themed Kids Activities - Printables, recipes, activities - My kids will love doing these this summer!

Activities

Pretend Play Ice Cream Toppings from Pre K-Pages

Themed Kids Activities - Printables, recipes, activities - My kids will love doing these this summer!

Pom-Pom Counting from Childcareland

Themed Kids Activities - Printables, recipes, activities - My kids will love doing these this summer!

Ice Cream Themed Books from JDaniel4’s Mom

Themed Kids Activities - Printables, recipes, activities - My kids will love doing these this summer!

PomPom Ice Cream Shoppe from One Time Through

Themed Kids Activities - Printables, recipes, activities - My kids will love doing these this summer!

Play Dough Fun from Learning 4 Kids

Themed Kids Activities - Printables, recipes, activities - My kids will love doing these this summer!

Ice Cream Themed Kids Activities - Printables, recipes, activities - My kids will love doing these this summer!

Ice Cream Recipes

Ice Cream in a Bag from I Can Teach My Child

Themed Kids Activities - Printables, recipes, activities - My kids will love doing these this summer!

Marshmallow Ice Cream Cones from Love the Day

Themed Kids Activities - Printables, recipes, activities - My kids will love doing these this summer!

The Science of Ice Cream in a Bag from Left Brain Craft Brain

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No Churn Cookie Monster Ice Cream from Our Family of Seven

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Homemade Orange Creamsicle Ice Cream from Super Healthy Kids 

 

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Aesop’s Fine Birds Free Printable

My six year old has just discovered the magic of Aesop’s Fables and the whole family has gotten into the morals of these short stories. I’m Vanessa from Tried & True and I’m so happy to be sharing Aesop’s Fine Birds Free Printable with all you lovely Crafting Chicks readers. Hope you enjoy!

Aesop's Fine Birds Free Printable! Two options include one to color in yourself and another color version that's ready to frame!

So, in case it’s been a while and you need a refresher on Aesop’s Fables, this quote comes from the tale of The Jay and the Peacock. The basic gist of the story is that a Jay finds a bunch of molted peacock feathers and ties them to his tail as he struts around. Much to the Jay’s distress, the peacocks immediately discover his ruse and proceed to peck out the feathers. With no other choice, the Jay returns to his understandably annoyed jay family, to which they reply:

“It is not only fine feathers, that make fine birds.”

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I just love how these old stories are still so applicable to today! It’s so easy to get caught up in the possessions we own and the story of The Jay and The Peacocks helps remind children and adults alike where our true value lies. My kindergartener may not 100% understand the morals of these stories but he loves listening to them and I love the conversations we have because of them!

Aesop's Fine Birds Free Printable - Coloring Page

I’ve created two different options for you to enjoy this Aesop’s Fine Birds Free Printable! One comes in color so that all you have to do is print, frame, and hang. The second one is just outlines so that you can pull out some colored pencils and color in the image yourself. I highly recommend you go the coloring route, it’s so meditative and calming!

Aesop’s Fine Birds Free Printable – Color

Aesop’s Fine Birds Free Printable – Outlines

Aesop's Fine Birds Free Printable - T&T Prints Stop by Tried & True to check out some of my other free printables, including “Always In My Heart,” “You Are Perfect,” “Let It Go,” and my personal favorite, the “I Love Everything About You” Coloring Page!

I’d love to keep in touch with you through the following links!
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About Vanessa

Vanessa Brady is the mother of two small boys and a lifelong craft junkie. Vanessa’s craft tutorials can be found at numerous blogs, publications, and her mother’s brag book. VisitTried & True for more original projects and free printables!

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15 easy Chore Charts that your kids will love!

We are always looking for the motivation to get chores done.  Today we’ve put together a list of our most favorite Chore Charts!

Your kids will love them almost as much as you will!

15 easy chore charts that your kids will love!  These printables are so great (and easy)!

For more chore chart ideas visit our Pinterest Board.

Chore Charts

Morning Motivation Job Charts from The Crafting Chicks

15 easy chore charts that your kids will love!  These printables are so great (and easy)!

Chore Jar from Whatever Dee Dee Wants

15 easy chore charts that your kids will love!  These printables are so great (and easy)!

No Fail Summer Job Charts from The Crafting Chicks

15 easy chore charts that your kids will love!  These printables are so great (and easy)!

Work for Hire Chores from The Chic Family

These printables are so great (and easy)!

Fill in the Blank Job Charts from The Crafting Chicks

15 easy chore charts that your kids will love!  These printables are so great (and easy)!

Punch Card Chores from Thirty Handmade Days

15 easy chore charts that your kids will love!  These printables are so great (and easy)!

Job Chart Template from The Crafting Chicks

15 easy chore charts that your kids will love!  These printables are so great (and easy)!

Chalkboard Chore Charts from Eighteen25

15 easy chore charts that your kids will love!  These printables are so great (and easy)!

After School Chore Chart from Somewhat Simple

15 easy chore charts that your kids will love!  These printables are so great (and easy)!

Summer Bingo Chore Chart from The Dating Divas

15 easy chore charts that your kids will love!  These printables are so great (and easy)!

Clean the House Treasure Hunt from Mother’s Niche

15 easy chore charts that your kids will love!  These printables are so great (and easy)!

Tic Tac Toe To Do List from Design Eat Repeat

15 easy chore charts that your kids will love!  These printables are so great (and easy)!

Frozen Chore Chart from Blessed Beyond a Doubt

These printables are so great (and easy)!

DIY Erase Chalkboard Chore Chart from Simply Kierste

15 easy chore charts that your kids will love!  These printables are so great (and easy)!

Chore System from Homemade by Carmona

These printables are so great (and easy)!

 



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