Here you’ll find all my printables in one place, including Chore Charts, Meal Plans, Kids’ Activities and Homeschool Schedules! Simply click on the image, download and print. I hope you like these! Let me know if you have any other ideas for printables – I really enjoy making them.
Easter Egg Hunt
To make Easter that bit more egg-citing (sorry!), why not set up an Easter Egg Hunt for the kids? Simply print these clues, cut them out and hide them around the house. The kids will love it!
Autumn Scavenger Hunt
Here we are again – Lockdown Round 2! Even though weather is colder, wetter and generally more miserable this time, it doesn’t mean we can’t get outdoors to entertain the kids. I’ve updated my Outdoor Scavenger Hunt for autumn so that you can take your little ones outside for some fresh air with a bit of educational fun thrown in. Again, you have an illustrated version for younger children and a more challenging scavenger hunt for older kids.
Outdoor Scavenger Hunt
In the UK we’re now allowed outside for unlimited exercise, so I have made some outdoor scavenger hunts to keep the boys busy on our walks. There is one for preschoolers and one for older children – I hope you enjoy them!
The boys have done so much colouring since we’ve been in lockdown, I thought I’d make my own colouring sheet. If your little ones would like to have a go at this, you can download and print here. Feel free to share their colouring with me on Instagram – I’d love to see!
Indoor Scavenger Hunts
My kids love a Scavenger Hunt, so I thought I’d make up a couple of Scavenger Hunts we can do around the house while we’re in quarantine (and for future rainy days)! The first is perfect for younger children and the second perhaps slightly older children. I hope you enjoy playing these with your children!
I love a routine / schedule, so when it comes to homeschooling I feel like need one… Even if it all goes to pot! I made this ‘fill in the blanks’ homeschool schedule, which you can print out and customise to suit your own needs. Feel free to share your schedule with me on Instagram!
These Chore Charts work wonders in my house! I simply add age-appropriate chores morning and afternoon chores for each of the kids, and they tick them off as they go. I use the tracker at the bottom to track their progress through the week and give them a weekly reward if they complete everything.
I swear by Meal Planning! It makes feeding a family so much easier and more cost-effective. I made this Meal Plan, which I print out and put in a clear plastic wallet. I then use dry erase markers to fill out the meal plan each week.