Summer Water Fun

Keeping the kids entertained during the summer can be a job and a half don’t you think? And then there’s the worry that they are forgetting some of what they’ve learned during the school year. We’ve gathered some educational water ideas for some fun summer entertainment that will help solve both problems.

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St. Patrick’s Day Leprechaun Hats

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What kinds of things do you do on St. Patrick’s Day other than wearing green? Here’s a fun Leprechaun Hat craft that might help add a little magic to your day.

Every year in our family that pesky Leprechaun creates a few messes and leaves his footprints wherever he goes like on the toilet seat and the kitchen floor. He even leaves a little green kiss on the kid’s noses. It’s all in good fun and he loves to leave cute gifts, as well. This year I am making Leprechaun hats filled with rainbows, gold, and green goodness. It’s almost like that guy and his friends have left their hats behind to say “Have a fun-filled day”!

Leprechaun Hats

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Gingerbread Gift Set Printables

Are you looking for a simple way to enjoy a Christ-centered Christmas? I have just the solution… Service! What a perfect way to celebrate Christmas and teach your family how to follow Jesus’s example!

To make it even more fun and easy, I have some free printables to share from Designed by Maria. Use this ACTIVITY OUTLINE for a family-friendly discussion and service activity. It doesn’t take a lot of time, just pick one evening in the month of December to spend time together serving.

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Back To School Bucket List Idea

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This would be fun for students to accomplish their goals this school year.

It’s been so fun to see all the back to school pictures I’ve been seeing on social media. Kids are so cute with their new clothes and backpacks. With a new school year comes new schedules and goals. I thought it would be fun to put together a Back To School Bucket List idea for the students in your life.

I bought the quart size paint cans at my local home improvement store for a few dollars. I think using an actual bucket or can will keep the bucket lists safe and creates a visual piece so the students will keep their goals in the forefront of their minds.

I’ve provided the following printables for your use, if you’d like to use them.

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