Looking for a fun classroom or indoor activity for St. Patty’s Day? Download Frecklebox free personalized coloring pages for your little one or the whole class!
And it couldn’t be easier…
1. Personalize coloring page with your kid’s name
2. Click the preview button to see how it looks
3. Click the print button and then just save/print the PDF on your home printer
4. Be inspired by your budding artist’s creativity!
Valentine’s Day is next week and we’re getting our craft supplies out and ready for some good stuff! We like these kid-friendly craft ideas to celebrate February 14th. These would be fun to do with the family or as a classroom party activity!
Fruit Loop Bird Feeder by Sweet and Simple Living
Paper Heart Wreath by Play for a Day
Thumbprint Heart Bookmark by Crafts for all Seasons
And for a sweet little treat to get you through all these projects…
Sprinkle Oreo Pops by Catch My Party
Happy Valentine’s Day to our Freckle friends!
Are you busy thinking of personal resolutions to make before the clock strikes midnight? We like the idea of setting goals as a family and working on them together throughout the year. Here are some ideas to bring your family closer together in the New Year!
Home-cooked family dinners. Schedules can make it tough, but commit to dinner as a family at least a few times a week. A home-cooked meal is cheaper than going out and allows you to make healthier food for everyone. Win-win!
Plan activity days. It can be a bike ride to a coffee shop, a scenic hike or just a walk through the neighborhood, so long as you get moving. Get everyone up and out for a game of soccer or touch football this weekend and share some time together.
Group Chores. That blanket of leaves will be more fun to tackle with a group, don’t ya think? Give the kids rakes and see who can make the biggest pile — and maybe jump in them when you’re done! You can even assign one chore to everyone, do them at the same time and then go out for a bike ride after. Frecklebox Chore Charts can help keep the family on their toes, too!
Be a green family. Have your family pledge to recycle and use reusable grocery bags as much as possible. Check with your city or county to make sure you’re recycling everything you can.
Read together. If your kids are too old for a story before bedtime, take turns reading from an all ages chapter book like Harry Potter and let everyone get involved.
No matter how you choose to start out 2015, we wish you a bright and happy New Year!
A handmade gift is truly a gift from the heart. I especially love gifts made by the little ones in my life, as I know the time and effort they put into it just for me. Whether a simple drawing or something more involved, DIY gifts are extra special! Here are a few ideas for gifts the kids can make.
Handmade Snowmen Ornament by megduerksen.com/
Recycled Key Wind Chime from giving.innerchildfun.com/
Mini Moss Terrariums from alldressedinblue.blogspot.com/
Iron-On Tote Bag from marthastewart.com/
Have fun making gifts this holiday season!
Frecklebox introduces two new holiday coloring pages this year! Along with our existing Hanukkah and Christmas free coloring pages, we’ve added Holiday Gift and Snow Friend. This gives your little cuties even more options to choose from for lots of coloring fun!
1. Personalize with your child’s name
2. Download PDF
3. Print at home and take in the smiles!
Looking for the perfect stocking stuffer for the kids this year? The new Holiday Fun Coloring and Activity Book at Frecklebox is just what the doctor ordered! 20 pages of creative fun from Simon+Kabuki make a rainy day seem not so bad. Order today!
Check out our interactive Frecklebox holiday catalog for the easiest holiday shopping ever! Click product links that take you directly to the item or category on our site — quick and simple. Shop for your favorite little cuties without ever leaving the house.