30 new pictures you can use to make an after school checklist for your kids! There are now 168 images to choose from! You can see them all here.
I’ve had lots of requests to add pictures to the morning routing activity. There are now 120 images to choose from! You can see the whole collection here.
I get lots of requests from customers to add new clipart images – I love getting so much help making my collections as complete as possible!
Here are 13 new chores you can choose from when making chore charts for your kids, bringing the total number of chores to 115! Click here to see the entire collection.
I’ve added 26 images to the the grocery list activity, including a much requested applesauce picture! There are now more than 250 pictures you can use to create a grocery list for your kids. Giving them their own list is a great way to keep them engaged at the grocery store. They may even be able to help you get the grocery shopping done!
Based on customer feedback, I’ve added 12 new images to the Packing List activity. Let your kids help pack their own bags for your next trip. You may be surprised how much they can do on their own!
There are now more than 120 images to choose from to make a packing list. Great for traveling, and also packing a bag for baseball practice, or hockey practice, or a ski day.
I’ve added 29 new images to the School Schedule activity, all based on customer feedback! You can use these pictures to create a schedule for your home school, or to help a special needs child know what to expect from their school day. This works very well for kids with Autism, Asperger’s, or ADHD.
There are now more than 70 clipart images to choose from to make your own school schedule You can see them all at The Trip Clip.
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Week 52: Practice Handwriting With Traceable Thank You Notes
The holidays are over, and it’s time to write all those thank you notes! Involve your kids (even young ones!) by using this Letter Tracing Thank You Notes activity.
You can enter any text you want so your child can trace it, and they can even draw a picture for the gift giver. Your child will practice writing and get a good lesson in etiquette to boot!