Get organised with our printable kids activity planners. Use our daily activity planner, kids weekly planner or monthly kids activity planner to organise all the kids activities. I think we are all guilty of finding or thinking of fun activity ideas to do with the kids and then totally forgetting (or running out of time) to actually do them! Using a kids activity planner means you have all your activity ideas written down to refer to, you can see everything at a glance and it is easy to check you have a variety of different activities planned! I don't know about you, but for me having activities written on a planner makes me far more likely to actually do them! Scroll down below for your monthly, weekly and daily planning sheets as well as a reading list, bucket list, chore chart and links to some fun activity ideas.

Kids Activity Planner Pack - Get organised with these kids monthly, weekly and daily activity planners!

Who has snow? We have an adorable melted snowman craft with a printable poem to share today. Kids can create their own melted snowman art using our easy puffy paint recipe that uses just shaving foam and glue. This snow or winter project is perfect for toddlers and preschoolers. However the puffy paint and snowman accessories are arranged on the page you will end up with the perfect melted snowman. 

An easy melted snowman kids craft and (free) printable poem using a simple puffy paint recipe that uses shaving foam and glue. A fun snow or winter art or literacy project for toddlers and preschoolers as well as older kids.
Can you remember making paper snowflakes as a child? Paper snowflakes are so much fun to make and such an easy winter craft for kids! Today we are going one step further and using a paper snowflake along with a paper plate to make snowflake art!  We had lots of fun with this paper plate snowflake craft and I love that each snowflake turns out differently, no two look the same!

Paper Plate Snowflake Craft

Have you heard about McDonald’s NEW Veggie Happy Meal? On January 3rd McDonald's launched the first ever Vegetarian Happy Meal alongside introducing a new Spicy Veggie Wrap on the main menu. These will be permanent menu items providing more choice for families! We went to give the new vegetarian options a try and they went down really well!

McDonald's new vegetarian happy meal review

If you love reading with your child or finding new books for them to read, you will love these fun winter books for kids. We have gathered together a list of 20 of the best Winter books for preschoolers and toddlers (as well as some for slightly older children) to help them learn about the season. 

Books are such a great way for children to learn and use their imagination. All the best parts of Winter are included in this Winter book list, snow, ice, chilly weather, snowflakes and snowmen! 

Winter books for kids. 20 snow, ice, snowflakes and snowmen inspired stories for young children. Great for toddlers and preschooler seasonal projects.
Celebrate Chinese New Year with the kids by making a dragon mask! We have a printable dragon mask available to download and colour as well as instructions and a dragon template to make a dragon mask using coloured cardstock.

This dragon craft is perfect for Chinese New Year which falls on February 5th this year, but of course you don't need to be celebrating Chinese New Year to make one of these adorable dragon masks, they would be fun to make any time of the year! You could even pair this dragon craft with a dragon themed book for even more fun!

Chinese Dragon Mask. A fun printable dragon craft for kids

We don't get snow too often, but when we do we love playing in it! But why stop at just playing in the snow when you can make your own snow paint! Using our easy snow paint recipe you can have even more fun in the snow, (when and if you get some!) Just scroll down below for our easy 2 ingredient snow paint recipe, it is such a fun snow activity for kids!

How to make snow paint using our 2 ingredient snow paint recipe. Snow painting is such a fun snow activity for kids.

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