Today I’m sharing my custom “ghost poop” Halloween favor printable. These fun “ghost poop” Halloween treats will be the perfect favor for the silly little kids in your life to hand out at school! And as always, they fulfill my "BIG 3" rule: themed, inexpensive and easy (these in particular are ridiculously easy to assemble!) If you would like to create your own custom “ghost poop” favors, you can find the printable below. Gather the following supplies to make your “ghost ... Read More about Ghost Poop Classroom Halloween Favor Tags
It’s that time of year again, it’s soccer season! Growing up, I never played soccer but as I’ve learned the game over the last 6 seasons with my kids, I definitely wish I had. There is so much more to soccer than I had ever realized: positions, plays, strategy and gear. The great thing about soccer is that the gear is minimal. Really, if you have a ball and an open area, it’s game on. But like most things in life, even though some equipments is necessary, it definitely ... Read More about Best Soccer Sprayer Under $5
School lunches...I know I'm not ready either, but the time has come to start making lunches again. Last year, I was all about the bento box. It worked out great, but this year, I'm going to try the thermos approach. Madison could eat sandwiches everyday, but Jack does not care for them at all. Since he'll be in Kindergarten this year, I knew I would have to get creative when it came to school lunches. And, when we found a Toy Story 4 thermos, Jack was completely sold on the thermos ... Read More about Free Printable Lunch Box Notes and Giveaway Winner!
Welcome to back-to-school week! Over the next couple of days, I'll be sharing how I'm preparing for the kids (and myself) to head back to school next month. Not only will I be sharing my tried and true tips for organization and a memorable experience for the kids, but I'm also running my annual giveaway! One lucky Sprinkled with Paper subscriber will win a custom homework caddie with tons of supplies to help get you ready for the upcoming school year! You'll find details on how to enter the ... Read More about Homework Caddy for Elementary Students
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, we will be making moon sand! What is the moon's surface made of? The actual moon's surface is made up of a talcum powder-like dust and is covered with rocks, craters, dead volcanoes, and ancient lava flows. Fun fact: We are huge NASA nerds over here at the Swansen house. So much so, that one year I bought my husband property on the moon for Christmas. I even upgraded my purchase to be next to one of the craters! I'm not sure if ... Read More about DIY Moon Sand Recipe