Ok I have to confess… I LOVE a glue gun and there are few craft things I won’t put together with it. This barnyard and finger puppets are no different. I know it would probably look so much prettier if it was stitched together like this Peppa Pig that I did on a Read the rest of this entry
N for Nest. Have fun!
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Herewith M for Moon. Enjoy Read the rest of this entry
Let there be Light! Read the rest of this entry
Who doesn’t love kites! enjoy K for Kite. Read the rest of this entry
Here’s your letter for the week… J for Jacket, have fun! Read the rest of this entry
Ice, ice baby!!!! Have fun 🙂 Read the rest of this entry
I already had the Dog image from the Afrikaans printable H for Hond so here’s the English version of D for Dog, enjoy!
Also see D for Dam HERE!
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(Please note that only the play dough mats are for preschool kids. The worksheets are better for kids that already knows the alphabet but are able to write smaller letters, so remember to start the little ones off with the big letters!)
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Here’s a hip hippo for H. Enjoy!
Have you noticed that I have upped the post frequency a bit for the holidays? Yay! Every week there will be two printables for the next 3 weeks… one new letter and one alternative for an existing letter. I already drew the cat for the Afrikaans printable for K for Kat, so here’s an English version for this week, enjoy!
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It’s not often that I get sent something that I am really excited about, but this one I like so much I am going to subscribe! I saw the sponsored posts on Facebook with these interesting articles, but I expected the usual 95% of pages to be filled with ads and fillers, so what a great surprise Read the rest of this entry
Life is short.
Theres so much things I want to save money for but now after my mom died I’ve been wanting to see the world because I realised the reality of just how short life can be…
That’s why I’m writing this now as I am a passanger sitting in the car on our way home from a weekend away. That is why I can’t wait till we get home to write this. Because life is just so short. I am not even sure of the fact that we will make it home today!
I trust we will arrive home safely just as usual, but you get what I’m saying right? Life is just so short.
A 106 year old Japanese man Read the rest of this entry
I got some awesome Father’s Day card ideas on this page but I liked too much of them so I decided to make a special keepsakes box big enough to fit a lot of pages with lots of different messages. The kids had already made Dad special match boxes at a play group we attend so I thought I’d make it big enough to fit different kinds of objects. This project was so much fun and the kids loved it too! Read the rest of this entry
Enjoy fishing! Read the rest of this entry
I am very concerned about the amount of educational pre-school curriculums and resources increasingly being released with the wrong fonts. Here is an example of some of the fonts that is not good for pre-school kids to learn the alphabet with. If they use these fonts to trace, they get confused and it takes them much longer to learn how to write or read. Be on the lookout!
Easter eggs are so much fun…. here’s a way to enjoy it any time of the year 🙂 Read the rest of this entry
Guest Post by Alise from Papilio Prints
Everybody has that one piece of fabric that’s connected too emotionally to throw away yet too old to be worn. They are mostly stacked at the bottom of the dresser drawers or in the darkest corners of the wardrobes, where it is most likely to be never seen again.
Holding on to clothes that we do not use prove to be a complete waste if one doesn’t believe in donating or selling them. So let’s bring out the old pieces of fabric and try some crafts.
Below are the most practical and innovative ways to transfigure a Read the rest of this entry
Sorry about making this a printable for a sugary drink… in Afrikaans this is the only image that correctly describes the C sound phonetically… can you believe it? It was just easier using the printables I have already designed, but I have also done C for Cat HERE if you prefer. Enjoy!