Christmas Advent Calendars
Hurry and add these Christmas Calendars for Advent to the fridge and get started before time runs out! Fun homemade Christmas Advent Calendars for the kids to print and complete. Helps the younger kids recognize their numbers and sequence. Choose from calendars to color or calendars to add stickers.
Color Christmas Advent Calendars
Fun shaped Christmas Advent Calendars with angels, a rocking horse and a Christmas Countdown Clock. Color the pictures, then add the stickers for each day on the numbered calendars. Cut out the calendars and hang on a Christmas tree, fridge or wall by attaching a string.
Countdown Christmas Calendars
Print a Christmas countdown calendar and mark down the days until Christmas. Kids can place a sticker on each numbered day or write down the number of days left until Christmas on the Santa Blue Bird Countdown Calendar. Have the kids write a special word for each day to show what they are thankful for or write a Christmas word for each day. There’s a fun Christmas Tree Countdown Calendar to place a sticker on each day until Christmas. Color a picture each day in December until Christmas on the Christmas Countdown Calendar.
Twelve Days of Christmas Countdown Calendar
Kids will love this fun 12 Days of Christmas Countdown Calendar activity. Print and cut out the characters from the theme song “The Twelve Days of Christmas” and stick the correct character picture on the numbered Christmas Countdown Tree. Have the kids sing the song while sticking the pictures on the tree. Great activity for kids learning their numbers and the sequence to the song.
Hang up the Christmas Advent and Countdown calendars at home, daycare and school. The kids may stop asking “How Many Days Until Christmas?”.
Dear Santa Letters for the kids to get an early start to writing a letter to Santa for the holidays. Surprise the kids this Christmas season with a letter from Santa.
Dear Santa Letters
Printable Dear Santa Letters for the kids to write their Christmas wish lists or just a note to Santa. Choose from blank or ruled paper with Santa Clause and other Christmas theme pictures. Use these Santa letter templates for the kids to write about their accomplishments for the year and what they would like to improve. Encourage the kids to write about what they have done to make someone happy and what good deeds they would like to do in the future. Christmas wish lists are great to add to letters to help Santa know what is on the kids lists. Lists don’t have to be just about receiving gifts, it can also be about what kids would like to do with family or with friends. Help the kids think about special outings or travel trips they would like to take.
Letter from Santa
Kids will get super excited receiving a letter from Santa. Letters can include “I received your letter about your special requests…” or “thanks for that super note”. Surprise them with a Santa letter asking for their Christmas Wish List for this year.
Dear Santa Letters are a great way to encourage kids to write and use critical thinking in a letter format. Young kids can start to practice writing in a letter format (Dear Santa, the body of the letter and Sign the letter). Older kids can write a persuasive letter to Santa explaining why they think they should be granted with their special requests.
Santa Letter writing is not only for home but can also be used as a school classroom project. Find these and more Santa Letters.
Hanukkah Activities for Kids
Hanukkah activities for kids to enjoy during the eight-day Jewish holiday commemorating the rededication of the holy temple.
Kids can cut and paste the Hanukkah Menorah candles and flames each night of observance.
Use the Hanukkah bookmarks to use with reading projects and books. Print the bookmarks, cut them out and laminate or use clear tape to cover.
Hanukkah stickers to add to projects and books. Just cut them out and paste them onto projects, plain paper or scrapbook.
Hanukkah ruled and bordered paper for the kids to write their thoughts down. Challenge the kids to write about what Hanukkah means to them and what is the meaning behind Hanukkah.
Kids can also complete a Hanukkah crossword, word search or jigsaw puzzle. Kids will learn more about Hanukkah by completing the crossword puzzle.
Hanukkah Coloring pages with Menorah’s to color. Use these colored pictures to hang up on the wall or fridge.
Kids can add a Happy Hanukkah door hanger on their bedroom door.
Happy Hanukkah Cards for kids to hand out to family and friends.
Find other fun Hanukkah Activities for kids.
Give Thanks Bordered Paper
Write a note for someone special on Thanksgiving with “Give Thanks” bordered paper. Kids can write thankful messages to their teachers, parents and friends or write about what they are thankful for.
DIY Give Thanks Table Placemats
Use these colorful Placemats to cover the table. Just print and laminate to add color to your Thanksgiving Dinner Table. Choose a Give Thanks Turkey, owl or pilgrims placemat that is ready-made or have the kids color the black and white owl, mouse or pilgrims placemat.
DIY Thanksgiving Festive Banner
Hang up a Thanksgiving Festive Banner with a “Give Thanks” message across it. Print and cut out each page and use string to attach. Banner tops fold over the string that you can hang on the wall or across a large doorway.
Thanksgiving Candy Bar Wrappers for Someone Special
Wrap up a favorite candy bar with a “Give Thanks” wrapper and give it to someone special to show your appreciation. Kids can hand out these festive wrappers to teachers, family and friends to thank them for all that they do.
Print these fun festive bookmarks for Thanksgiving and hand them out to all your reading buddies. Great for teachers to hand out at school to encourage reading.
Thanksgiving Coloring Pages
Kids can color the Thanksgiving coloring pages and then put them up on the fridge or wall to show their festive spirit. Encourage the kids to use Thanksgiving colors such as brown, yellow, burgundy and green.
Finish the festive holiday with a Give Thanks poster to hang up and remind everyone to “Give Thanks” for all the blessings that are around us! Happy Thanksgiving and don’t forget to Give Thanks!
Enjoy these and more Give Thanks Thanksgiving Activities.
Halloween Activities for Kids
Kids will have fun this spooky season with fun Halloween Activities. Choose from a variety of Halloween activities such as spooky DIY spooky bookmarks, stickers, cartoon book and more. Coloring pages with witches, ghosts, zombies and pumpkins. Halloween games with Bingo and Tic Tac Toe. Simple Craft projects with yummy treat labels, pumpkin carving stencils and scrapbook pages. Throw a Halloween party with zombie party and treat ideas. Pin up some Halloween posters and banners.
Throw a Halloween party with zombies, witches, ghosts, goblins and bats. Send Halloween party invites to let everyone know about the party. Keep track of the ghosts and goblins that are attending the party with a printable Halloween party list. Pin up party posters on the door or send with the invitations. Fun party props with zombie wristbands to hand out to all the little zombies. Use them as tickets to get into the zombie party. Decorate the house this year with homemade Halloween decorations and party props. Put together a fun Halloween banner and add scary eyes or zombie parts bottle labels to soda bottles and water bottles. At the end of the party hand out trick or treat cards, drawing and coloring pictures.
Fun Halloween crafts with Pumpkin Stencils to carve the perfect pumpkin. Kids can color and make their very own mask for Halloween. Great group project for kids at home, school, daycare and parties. The kids can make fun Halloween labels to decorate cupcakes, candy bars, lollipops and treats. Start off by printing our Halloween cupcake wrapper templates with ghosts, creepy eyes or candy corn. Wrap up the candy bars with witches, candy corn, black cats or ghosts for Halloween to share with trick or treaters. Use fun Halloween character treat toppers to add to a variety of yummy deserts. Add those fun Halloween costume pictures to Halloween Scrapbook pages. Choose a variety of scrapbook pages with ghosts, witches, bats and mommies. Print out the photos and tape to the scrapbook pages to add to a Halloween scrapbook.
Halloween Coloring Pages
Kids can color witches, pumpkins, bats, zombies, haunted houses, mummies and vampires. Hang these completed coloring pages to walls and fridges to help decorate the house for Halloween with Halloween Coloring Pages.
Halloween Countdown Calendars
Kids can keep track of the days until Halloween with these Halloween Countdown Calendars. Choose from a calendar to color each day or a pumpkin page to place stickers for each day until Halloween.
Use the “Halloween Party Teams” sheet to record the names of the players in each team for fun Halloween party games such as the “Mummy game”, “Best Costume Group”, “Ghost Bowling” and the “Spider Game”.
Print fun Halloween games such as Halloween Bingo, Tic Tac Toe, crossword and word search puzzles for the kids. Challenge the kids with printable Halloween mazes.
Halloween Peanut/Nut Free Labels
Halloween Peanut/Nut allergy labels, posters and stickers for trick or treaters and Halloween parties. Kids can wear these labels while trick or treating to display allergies. Place Peanut/Nut free allergy treat labels to allergy-free treats. Hang up on the outside door to display posters with Peanut/Nut Free candy and posters with “Out of Peanut/Nut Free Candy” for all those trick or treaters with allergies.
Halloween Activities for kids with so much to choose from.
Halloween Party Ideas to help celebrate the Halloween season. Pin up a Halloween Poster to let them know about the Party. Send Halloween invites and keep track of the ghosts and goblins that are attending the party with a printable Halloween party list. Use our Best Costume ballots to judge the Best Halloween Costumes and award them with our Best Costume Certificates. Decorate the house with Halloween party printables. Use these Halloween Party Ideas for home, school and daycare.
Halloween Party Ideas with Posters and Party Invites
Start off the Halloween party right with Halloween Invites to hand out. Add a Party Poster to the invites or hang it on the party door. Use our Halloween Party Invite List Poster to record the attendees and their phone numbers. These Halloween party ideas along with your own ideas will help get the party off to a great start.
Halloween Party Ideas with fun Halloween games to play during the party. Print the “Halloween Party Teams” sheet to record the names of the players in each team. Teams will be recorded as the “Witch Team” or “Mummy Team”. Use these teams to play a variety of group games such as the “Mummy game”, “Spider game” and “Ghost Bowling”. One game that is fun for all is the “Mummy Game”.
The Mummy Game consists of each group racing to be first to have a mummy wrapped in toilet paper by the other members of the group. Choose one member or a stuffed toy to be wrapped. Each team starts of with a roll of toilet paper. Before the game begins, each team picks a mummy (one that will get all wrapped up) . When the host says begin, each team using all players will have to carefully wrap the mummy from head to toe or toe to head with the toilet paper. The team that finishes first is the winner. The rule of the game is that the group cannot break the toilet paper from the roll before completing. If they do so, they will have to start over. The game can be repeated by allowing each team member to be the mummy (you may want to purchase cheap toilet paper!).
Best Costume Game
The Best Costume Game has each guest fill out a Best Costume Ballot to vote on best costume for “Scariest Costume”, “Funniest Costume”, and “Best Costume” categories. Kids write down one player in each box that they think has the best costume for each category. Ballots are place in a box or bowl when completed by each player. When all ballots are completed the host records the ballots on the “Best Costume Winners” poster. The players with the most votes are recorded. Afterwards, the host can hand out “Best Costume Certificates” for each of the categories to the winners. Tape candy to each of the certificates to make them extra special.
Ghost Bowling Game
For the Ghost Bowling Game, add round large eyes and a mouth using a black marker on toilet paper rolls and line up as you would bowling balls. Use a soft ball or small pumpkin for the kids to take turn knocking them down. Place kids in groups to see how many tries it takes for each group to knock down all the toilet paper rolls. Each group member should have a turn to knock down the bowling paper rolls.
Play the Spider Game by using 2 different colored strings (yarn) with everyone in a circle, use colors such as black and orange if available. Each team passes their string to each teammate to see who runs out of string first. What a web they will weave!
Halloween Party Decorations
Our Halloween Party ideas would not be complete without Halloween Decorations and Props. Decorate the house this year with homemade Halloween decorations. Pin up a Halloween Banner with each letter of the word “Halloween”. String them together with black or orange ribbon (colors should be available around Halloween) or plain string (fishing line works well too). Use these fun Halloween characters shaped as circles to stream around the house. Punch holes and use string or fishing line to stream and hang up around the house. Add Halloween labels to water bottles with our Halloween Water Bottle Labels. Choose from “I’m Watching You” with scary eyes or “A Special Drink for You” with a spooky spider. Hand out the Halloween Party Thank You Candy Bar Wrappers to thank the guests for coming. Just wrap up a large chocolate candy bar with the Halloween candy bar wrapper and trip where needed.
Halloween Party Ideas with Halloween Party Printables to keep the kids entertained with fun games and homemade Halloween party decorations the kids can help to put together.
Plan a Peanut-Free Thanksgiving with safe treats that can be labelled Peanut-Free for your guests. Display Allergy Aware Posters around School and Daycare for a safe Thanksgiving party. Add Peanut-Free Labels and Stickers to lunch and school bags. Choose from a variety of Thanksgiving themed Treat Toppers and Posters to display at home and school. Choose from “Peanut-free” or “No Peanuts Please” labels.
Make up some peanut-free muffins or cupcakes and decorate them with a Thanksgiving allergy aware treat topper. Let the guests know that the treats are safe to eat for those who have peanut allergies. Use these for sending treats to schools, daycares or wherever there are people with peanut allergies. Help keep kids safe at home and school, read the labels every time, read ingredients when baking and keep utensils, bowls and baking supplies free from peanuts and traces. Learn more about peanut allergies especially when preparing food for others.
Print on card stock paper and cut out the labels. Add a straw between two labels and use tape to fasten. The picture should show on both sides. Cut the straw to length and stick inside a Thanksgiving Treat.
Use Thanksgiving Posters to display at home and school. Show everyone entering classrooms that No Peanuts are allowed in the classrooms or to be shared with the children. Use Thanksgiving Peanut-Free door hangers at school on classroom doors.
Add a Peanut-Free placemat to your Thanksgiving dinner table for kids to print their name and enjoy a peanut-free meal.
Printable Thanksgiving Peanut-free Labels to display at home and school.
Thanksgiving Printables with a Turkey Craft, Banners, Door Knob Hangers, Coloring Pages, Stickers, Games, Puzzles, Mazes and more.
Fun Thanksgiving Printables for the kids on Thanksgiving. Print Thanksgiving Day Stickers, a door knob hanger or a Thanksgiving Day Turkey Craft. Use the stickers for home or school projects. Just cut out the stickers and paste them use glue stick. Hang up a Happy Thanksgiving Day Door hanger on the kids room door. Kids can complete a turkey craft by coloring the turkey parts and cutting and pasting the turkey back together onto a sheet of paper.
Thanksgiving Day Banners
Thanksgiving printables with Banners that say “Give Thanks” or “Gobble” with cute Turkeys. Choose from two Thanksgiving Banners to decorate the house with. Print as many banner pages as needed and use string to attach.
Thanksgiving Day Bookmarks
Encourage kids to read at Thanksgiving and everyday with Thanksgiving Bookmarks. Print on card stock works best. Laminate or cover with clear tape to protect the bookmarks and help them last longer. Teachers can hand out the bookmarks to students to place in their reading books. Add the child’s name and year on the back before laminating.
Thanksgiving Day Games, Puzzles, Mazes
Fun Thanksgiving Day Games, Puzzles and Mazes for the kids. Play Thanksgiving Match game where all the picture cards are placed faced down and each player takes turns trying to find a match. Print Thanksgiving Tic Tac Toe for on-the-go or at home. Cut and Paste Jigsaw puzzles that kids color, cut and paste back together. Challenge the kids with Thanksgiving mazes with a Scarecrow, Wagon Wheel, Turkey and Pilgrims.
Thanksgiving Day Coloring Pages
Kids can color pilgrims, turkeys and Thanksgiving Day coloring pages. Have the kids color a picture and display on the fridge or wall to show them your appreciation of their art work.
Fun Thanksgiving Day Printables to remind kids to be thankful this time of year.
Nut Allergies can be a challenge with Halloween Trick or Treaters. Print posters, labels, treat-toppers and Halloween party printables that have the Peanut/Nut Free symbol. Display posters to show Trick or Treaters that Peanut/Nut Free Candy is available and alert them when “Out of Peanut/Nut Free Candy” is all out.
Halloween Party Printables for Nut Allergies
For parties with nut allergies, hand out Halloween Peanut-Free Party Invites to friends and family to let them know the party details. Print out the “Food Free Party Poster” and include it with the invites if you are having a party without food and want it to just be about costumes and games. If you are having a party with peanut-free food we have a poster for that as well. Fun Peanut-Free Halloween Treat Toppers with pumpkins, witches and goblins that can be placed on top of muffins and cupcakes.
Halloween Nut Allergies Posters and Labels
Place these Halloween Nut Allergies posters around the home and school to help keep kids safe for Halloween. These posters can be used to display on windows and doors that peanut and nut free candy is available for kids with nut allergies. Choose from a variety of peanut and nut allergies posters with Ghosts, Witches, Pumpkins, Bats and Spiders. There’s even a Peanut and Nut Free Mustache Poster. Hang up the “We Have Peanut-Fee Treats for Halloween” door hanger on the outside door knob.
Kids can wear Halloween peanut free badges to display their nut allergies when trick-or-treating. Use these Halloween peanut and nut free labels to stick to trick-or-treat bags, candy bowls, pumpkins, candy and more.
As a precaution, advise the kids to not eat any trick or treat candy until their parents check all the candy first!
Have a safe and fun Halloween with Nut Allergy Posters, Labels and a Nut Free Halloween Party!
Free printable Thanksgiving Table Decorations with Turkey Table settings. Print out the table settings and have the kids help put them together. Choose from decorative turkey napkin holders, placemats, a centrepiece, cup wrappers, treat toppers, place cards and coasters.
Thanksgiving Table Decorations with Turkey Cup Wrappers
Choose a green or orange Turkey Chef Cup Wrapper that’s easy to print. Cut and wrap around disposable cups that can be purchased at dollar stores. Works best with 9oz cups and the kids can write their names right on the cups.
Thanksgiving Napkin Holders
Easy to print and make Thanksgiving Napkin Holders for that extra touch. Just roll up a napkin, wrap the napkin holder around, and tape. As easy as that!
Add that special touch to your Thanksgiving Table with a Turkey Chef Centrepiece. Print both sides of the centrepiece on heavy cardstock. Cut out and place a paper roll between both turkey centrepieces and glue. Place centrepiece in the middle of the table.
Print and laminate these Turkey Thanksgiving Coasters to place drinks on. If you don’t own a laminator, use clear tape or cut two round clear plastic page protectors to place the coaster between. Add fun drinks for the kids. Place candy through a straw or cotton candy.
Thanksgiving Place Cards
Use these Thanksgiving Place Cards to add each guest’s and family’s name. Place them on the table to show seating arrangements or they can be placed on the table after the guests have been seated. Show thanks to your guest’s and make them feel welcomed.
Add some Thanksgiving Turkey Placemats to the table for the kids to color. These placemats are also great to bring along to restaurants or family dinners to keep the kids entertained. The rest of the guests can have their personalized placemats right in front of them. Just add their names or have them write their own.
Thanksgiving Treat Toppers
Complete the Thanksgiving Table Setting with Treat Toppers for everyone. Cut out and place these treat toppers in muffins, baked goods, cup cakes or candy apples. When placing on candy apples, cut out a slit to put popsicle stick through.
Complete the Thanksgiving Table with Thanksgiving Table Decorations and your table will never be the same! Don’t forget to include the kids when making and adding them to the table.