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Easy to print, cut, and use, this clip art is perfect for small hands and kids' projects -- plus it's just plain fun.
With a homemade bingo game, kids won't even think to ask "Are we there yet?" during the next long car ride.
Have kids print the road signs bingo clip art (laminate the cards for extra sturdiness). When a player spots a road sign represented on the board, he or she marks the corresponding picture with an erasable marker. The first player to mark five pictures in a row vertically, horizontally, or diagonally wins. This game is recommended for children over the age of 4.
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Temporary tattoos make memorable party favors at a carnival-themed bash. Set up a booth by hanging sheets or fabric from ropes suspended between trees -- and enlist a grown-up to play tattoo artist. Display blown-up designs so kids can select the ones they want.
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These fun stickers let kids add an extra touch to thank-you notes. To make, download stickers and print out onto self-adhesive paper, then cut out. Affix stickers to handwritten thank-you notes or envelopes.
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Your child may be more likely to eat her lunch if she helps choose the menu. When she uses this magnetic chart to map out her meals for the week, it saves time and helps make grocery shopping easier.
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Gift Tags for Kids
To: Parents and kids who want adorable gift labels.
From: Little ones with cute ideas.
Download and print the gift tags onto adhesive-backed paper (available at office-supply stores). Cut along dotted lines, and stick on presents.
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School supply shopping is an exciting annual ritual for kids. Make the experience even more fun by having your kids decorate their notebooks, folders, lunch boxes, books, and more with these colorful stickers. Not only do the labels brighten up the surfaces of accessories, they also help your children keep track of their belongings in the classroom.