I AM TOTALLY THRILLED to bring you Degrees of Maternity's second freebie! You can find the first one at https://degreesofmaternity.wordpress.com/2019/05/19/goal-setting-fr..., but this is the first ever freebie that highlights my daughter's, Toodlez', artistic talent. She created this child's activity booklet all by hand and it's simply a genius way to get children excited about future summer plans.
While she was in high school, Toodlez created this booklet for elementary school children at one of our local schools. She delivered an art presentation to the class and left the booklets with the teacher to hand out to the children at a later date. Actually, I think the teacher held on to the booklets as incentives to present to the students more toward the end of the school year. (And that's an option you might want to apply in your household as well.) Rewarding your child with fun activity books can be a healthy "bribe" to encourage your child to cooperate in his or her at-home schooling process.
Now, I realize that we just entered Spring and that we're weeks and weeks away from Summer. Furthermore, I understand that our children's summers this year will possibly look quite a bit different than the summers in years past, but it's never too early to introduce a summertime fun activity into your child's daily schedule. And an activity book is the perfect way to entertain children indoors when it's not possible for them to be outdoors. So, I present to you . . . an indoor summertime activity.
Oh, by the way . . . if your child is Kindergarten through second grade-level, you might need to assist him or her with reading the instructions and comprehending some of the instructions in this activity book. Once your child gets it though, he or she should be able to work independently.
To access your child's (or yours as you may want to print off a copy for you to complete as well) activity booklet, please follow the steps below:
I know that many of you are quite familiar with this whole email subscription process, and I'm knowledgeable enough on the recipient side. But, I'm quite a newbie on the sender side. So, if you have any issues with this process, please feel free to contact me so we can troubleshoot the problem together.
Furthermore, if you find this activity booklet useful, I would appreciate it if you'd share this post with others you think could use the booklet for their children. I would love to impact as many people as possible with the content I'll be providing for free.
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Stay safe. And take special care of you and your family.
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