Fall is coming with it crisp weather. The costumes have floated into the store. The kids are anticipating their night filled with fun and candy. You are of course trying to plan the perfect party or perhaps you just want something cheap and easy for the kids to do so you can make dinner in peace. Halloween happens to be one of my favorite holidays and I love doing Halloween crafts and games with my family. I came up with doing this bingo game after one Thanksgiving at a family member’s home. They had a bingo game and after one game my daughter was hooked. We now make one for every holiday. So for Halloween, I made this Free Halloween Printable Bingo Game for her, and I wanted to share it with you guys as well!
Bingo is so easy to learn and play, and I have found that adults and kids alike love to play. It is also a cost-effective way to have a party game for under $1. It is hard to throw a good party today on a budget but making your games is cheaper than buying them. For our Halloween Bingo Game, we use the printable, candy corn as markers for numbers called, and we make little Halloween treat bags as prizes. This Halloween Bingo Game would be perfect for a Halloween party, a classroom game, or something for your trick-or-treaters to enjoy! This great game can be given to trick or treaters if you forgot to shop for candy or you run out. You can print this and give it to the children with a couple of pennies so they can play the game at home. We hope that you have a Happy Halloween and feel free to share this posts with anyone you think would enjoy it.
So there you have it, a super easy and Free Printable Halloween for your family to enjoy! Happy Halloween!
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Fall is my favorite time of the year! The changing of the leaves, the smells of apple and cinnamon in the air, and smiles carved into pumpkins. So every year my family and I make a Fall Bucket List of all the fun things we want to do that season! We are lucky that here in Tennessee we get a real fall with great temperatures and big pumpkin patches. Continue reading
School Has started! (At least in my neck of the woods) And it’s time to send our children off to school for 7 hours a day (or more if they are in after school activities!). How do you show your special little guy that you are thinking of him while he is at school? How about a Free back to school printable lunch box love notes? Just a little something to show your son that he is in your thoughts even when you cant’ be with him!
Another school year is upon us! This year my daughter is entering 1st grade, and has decided that since she has a “super cool Frozen Lunchbox” she wants to take her lunch every day this year. (We will see how long that lasts lol!) So this year I wanted to do a little something special just to show my daughter I was thinking about her while she was at school by making these free back to school printable lunch box love notes for girls that I could sneak into her lunchbox daily. (Don’t worry mom’s of boys, I’m working on a set for boys too!). It’s a small (inexpensive) way to show your child you are thinking about them as they go through their day at school. I can’t wait for my child to eat lunch today and see her little note tucked into her sandwich bag, I’m sure it will bring a smile to her face!
A new school year is almost upon us! I don’t know about you, but I’m always afraid I’m going to miss something so I made this back to school checklist to keep myself on track, and I thought some of you would benefit from having it as well! Back to school time is exciting and a little crazy too right? My little one keeps going back and forth between being excited and being scared. I like to make sure she is part of the back to school planning process to help ease her into a great new year! Continue reading
Today was the last full week of school for my kids. That means only 3 more days until summer starts. YAY right? The kids are so excited they could burst. But as a mom I know that that excitement will quickly wear away by week two, day 3, 9am. It happens the same time each year without fail. And when it does, the kids will let you know. They will come up to you dragging their feet, and sour faces and exclaim with a sigh, “MOM, I’m SO bored!” and “There’s nothing to do!”. Here we have 2 choices. We can tell them to go watch some TV (and no judgement here, sometimes we all go that route) or we can direct them to an activity. So that’s where the idea for the “I’m Bored” Jar comes in!