Over the last few seasons I have got used to using to do lists I have found that I really love them. I might not make one every day but the days that I do I get so much more done. Since we are headed to winter it was time to get a winter themed to do list out.
Reading the book helped me set better goals and realized that without a to do list I was not getting as much done and was wasting more time than I would want.A lot of my to do lists also comes from the goals that I want to do each month.
To help me I put my To Do List on the wall near where I would be. I printed it two per page and put in binder rings. I attached to the wall with Command Wire Hook. I have also started highlighting some things to help me out, like my laundry. That tells me how many I’m doing that day.
My girl have really enjoyed the Christmas coloring with print and cursive. They asked if I had any nativity themed ones. I thought it would be a fun time to get them made. Exlporing the nativity this way is a fun practice what they are learning. These come in 4 different levels of learning.
This set of coloring pages matches up with the Nativity Pack. I made this set with all the options that will include some fun for older kids that are learning cursive. My oldest loves when I make new things for her. There are 4 different types of writing in these printables: print beginning sound, print words, cursive beginning sound, and cursive words.
The first one is the picture and print with the beginning sound.
The second one is the picture and the print words.
The third is the picture and the cursive with beginning sound.