In addition to lots of individual activities to keep kids busy and learning, The Trip Clip has a handful of printable 2-player games for siblings, for a parent and their child, and kids in a classroom. You can buy these as a bundle on Teachers Pay Teachers Most of the time my kids played these … Continue reading Printable 2-Player Games
Custom Design a To Do / Done Board
A customer asked me last week if she could print a To Do / Done Board without a picture in the bottom left corner. I printed custom boards for her with no picture, and then added this feature to my website so others can do this too! You can now purchase a printed magnetic board … Continue reading Custom Design a To Do / Done Board
Today I was contacted by a mom in the UK whose 7-year-old had purchased a set of my Chore Chart squares without asking her mom first! The little girl didn’t understand how expensive the shipping would be from the US to the UK. How great is it, though, that she was interested in making herself … Continue reading Accidental Purchase
Send Me Your Pictures!
Do you have pictures of your kids using The Trip Clip, or of materials you created with The Trip Clip? Send them my way and I’ll feature you on my social media and website! Click here to see pictures other customers have sent me. If you don’t have pictures but love The Trip Clip and … Continue reading Send Me Your Pictures!
10 Chore Charts You Can Make With The Trip Clip
The Trip Clip has lots of different ways to make chore charts that can grow and change with your kids. Here are 10 different types of chore charts that you can make with The Trip Clip. 1. Daily Chore Chart For an Individual Kid The most straightforward chore chart is a simple list with checkboxes. … Continue reading 10 Chore Charts You Can Make With The Trip Clip
A customer in Spain emailed me asking if she could use her account with The Trip Clip to make some flash cards for Ukrainian children who are starting to show up at their local school. I'm thrilled that The Trip Clip can help these refugees and was excited to see what Nancy from Spain created! … Continue reading Helping Ukrainians
13 Ways to Make Grocery Shopping with Kids Less Torturous. Or maybe even fun.
Alissa from Bounceback Parenting wrote a great blog post about how to survive grocery shopping with her three kids. #2 on her list was to make a grocery list for your kids. Here's what she had to say: 2. Make the kids grocery lists – You can create you own from newspaper clippings or just writing … Continue reading 13 Ways to Make Grocery Shopping with Kids Less Torturous. Or maybe even fun.
Foreign Language Support
The Trip Clip® offers a lot for customers whose native language isn't English, or those who want to learn a second language. Many of the activities allow you to enter your own text, which means you can enter English, but you can also enter Spanish, French, Chinese, Tagalog, Hebrew, Arabic, Korean, Danish, or pretty much … Continue reading Foreign Language Support
Story Retell Worksheet
A story retell helps kids organize and describe events to enhance reading comprehension. This picture checklist shows kids and teachers how to work through all the steps in a story retell. Go here to print it as is right now. Go here to edit this to make it just right for you. I also made … Continue reading Story Retell Worksheet
40 Drawing Starters To Inspire Kids
One of my customers sent me this great picture her daughter drew using the Drawing Clips activity. There are 40 drawing starters to help give your kids ideas about what to draw.