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Mini Wood Slice Ornaments DIY

Continuing on our ornament-making tradition, we have added these cute, one-word small wood ornaments to our collection. Last year the wood slice ornaments were a big hit, so we decided to make a mini version this year using the smaller wood rounds and a simple one-word svg design. Other than that, we kept the look…

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25 Christmas Countdown Family Activities

In what ways do you celebrate the holiday season? Do you have a bucket list, or an advent that you follow? Or do you take each day as it comes? Well today, I’ve got 25 of our favorite, family-friendly activities to do each day in December counting down to Christmas. Keep Christmas fun and simple…

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50+ Christmas Activities for Preschool and Kindergarten

With Christmas around the corner, here is a list of fun Christmas activities you can do with your preschool or kindergarten aged kids. Planning a Christmas Unit for Preschool or Kindergarten Planning a Christmas unit will more than likely look very different for a lot of people. Since we are a Christian family we like…

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DIY Christmas Wood Sign Ornaments

We are getting a head start on our ornament tradition this year because I have a few different ones I want to try. The first one: Christmas wood sign ornaments are done! So far, we are pleased with how they turned out. Christmas Wood Crafts I love wood ornaments, wood crafting, and Christmas wood decor….

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December Preschool Activity Binder

I know it’s still October, but a little planning ahead never hurt. So today, I’m sharing a printable, low prep, December Preschool Activity Binder that we’ll be using in a couple months. It’s over 100 pages of fine motor, math, & literacy games. Let’s go! December Preschool Activity Binder Whether you are looking for Christmas…

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Christmas Literacy and Handwriting Printables (Pre-k/Kindergarten)

With Christmas right around the corner, I’ve put together a festive, activity pack for my pre-k and kindergartener that focus on literacy and handwriting. Furthermore, with silly elves peaking over the top of every page I’m hoping their daily practice of handwriting will be a little more exciting. My kiddos really enjoy pencil and paper…