It’s no secret in my family that Halloween is my very favorite holiday. In fact, if we’re being really honest…I’m completely obsessed with the entire month of October! I enjoy helping my kids plan what they are going to dress up as each year, visiting the pumpkin patch, baking yummy treats and making Halloween themed crafts. So, I thought it would be fun to share our Halloween bucket list as a printable for you today. Hopefully it gives you some ideas of things to do to keep busy this Fall.
Hi everyone, it’s Adelle from Packed with Fun, the official blog for Get Away Today! And today, we have a special surprise for you all – It is that time of year already where we need to start thinking about the holidays. I think one of the best surprises for Christmas is a Disneyland vacation! So to help you reveal the big gift to your family, we have three free and easy Disneyland vacation surprise printables to go along with three ideas we came up with.
The Summer Olympic Games have begun! It’s so fun watching people who are so amazingly talented and who love what they do! Since the games started, we’ve been watching them together as a family in the evenings and really enjoying it! So far my son loves the swimming and is mesmerized by the gymnastics. I think it’s great for our kids to watch these athletes achieve their dreams. I also love that they get to hear some of the athletes’ stories and learn that their lives haven’t always been all that easy and that hard work and dedication can take you so far in life!
I absolutely love how curious kids are by nature. When they are little everything is so fascinating and exciting! That is why I love the activity I’m sharing with you today. It teaches color mixing in a hands-on and “magical” way that my kiddo couldn’t get enough of.
Now let me give you a little warning up front. This activity can be messy, but with the right preparation, it’s really not too bad. Besides, I think that kids should get to make a mess once in a while. It’s more fun that way, right?
Glowing Halloween Costumes are a great way to add a little extra safety to a spooky night! It might sound scary, but now is the perfect time to start booking your Halloween Time Disneyland vacation! So to get you in the spooky mood, we have are showing you our Glowing Halloween Costume tutorial to transform a princess dress. Of course, this would be perfect for your regular Halloween activities, but probably even more amazing worn at Disneyland’s Halloween Time.
If you’re looking for Pioneer Day Activities, then look no more! Mariah has created a roundup of things to do, including crafts and snacks. Pioneer Day is a holiday to celebrate the arrival of Mormon (LDS) Pioneers into the Salt Lake Valley in 1847. It’s a great time of year in Utah, and now you won’t have to miss out on any of the fun even if you’re out of state!
A Time Capsule is a great way to teach kids about documenting important events in their lives. Colette has created a printable so you and the kids can make time capsules in a jar this summer with a clean, clear (and cute!) label.
Hi there! Sierra here and I’m back with a fun DIY for you today! I’m sharing how to make a candy doll! It’s a unique and fun gift idea and it was a huge hit with my nieces for their birthdays (Auntie for the win!). You can also adapt this for a boy’s gift, using a superhero doll and creating a cape instead of a skirt.
Today we want to help you experience magic like never before with the help of Harry Potter inspired fun with 3 free Harry Potter Printables! Ever since The Wizarding World of Harry Potter opened at Universal Studios Hollywood here on the west coast, we’ve all been a little obsessed with the boy wizard. Today’s printables include a vacation countdown (with the cutest Dumbledore you’ve ever seen!) and more! Come check them out!
I thought it would be fun to create a Disneyland Vacation Journal to help capture experiences from a vacation in a child’s perspective. I designed a bunch of fun kid-friendly templates with themed writing prompts to help give kids a jumping off place for recording their experience. There are also several blank photo pages so they can glue in photographs, ticket stubs, maps, receipts, etc. These books are easy to make and simple to use! I hope you enjoy them and they keep a magical record of your children’s Disneyland Vacation forever!
Mariah has a huge list (25 ideas!) of rainy day activities for kids so you can give them lots to do when they’re stuck inside. Check out the round-up today so you don’t have to hear that dreaded phrase, “I’M BORED!” a million times when it’s raining.
As a thank you to teachers everywhere, I put together some “pun-y” thank you bookmarks that would be awesome to color in for a Sabbath activity. I think Sunday is the perfect day to help the kids prepare a personalized thank you for the end of the year.