If you are anything like me, you find something you love on pinterest, pin it, and then nothing else happens. I love finding a free printable on Pinterest for parenting/kids, and I’ve come up with a system to make sure they all get used. I made a “Mommy Book,” where I save all of the good ideas I find on pinterest. I have a document saved on my computer where I copy and paste all the fun activities, recipes and ideas. I then put them in my mommy book. For certain printables that I will use more than once (lunch box notes, charts, planning sheets), I file them away in my filing cabinet so that when I want to use one of them I can quickly make a copy of it and file the original back in its place. There are just too many free and fun things available on the internet these days not to save them! When I want to put a love note in my kid’s lunch, I don’t want to have to think about which Pinterest “board” I saved it to, and whether or not my printer has enough ink to print them. I just want to walk over to my filing cabinet, find the file labeled “Lunch notes,” and cut one out real quick. This has been one of the projects I get most excited about as a mom.
So yes, if you like these ideas pin them on Pinterest, but make sure to come back later to save and print them all out (Or better yet, save them all to a jump drive and print them at your local copy center). The problem I have found as I have been compiling my “mommy book” is that a lot of my pins on Pinterest take me to a printable that ends up not really being free. I have saved you a bunch of time by weeding through all the paid/free printables and only linking to ones that are actually free. I will be doing a free printable roundup each month, so if you would also like to make a “mommy book” and save all the great ideas, make sure and subscribe to my blog so that you get notified each time I publish a Free Printable Roundup like this one! Printable Round-up #2 can be found here. And if you have a blog with fun printables that relate to motherhood, kids and parenting that you would like featured on my blog, please contact me with a link and I will check them out. Thank you, and enjoy! I hope you get as giddy about these as I do!
P.S. A lot of these sites have MULTIPLE fun printables, so be sure to wander around these blogs a bit!
This little booklet is adorable! You laminate the pages and use play dough to complete the activities! I imagine you could also use dry erase markers…
Easter version, but she has lots of other paper dolls too! Would be fun to laminate, and make this a magnetic version!
This is a great find! There are soooo many!
This site has a landmine of other awesome printables, check them out!
(This site has lots of file folder games)
There are several different designs you can print for these and they are all very cute!
Would be cute as a file folder game or busy bag. This site has Soooo many cute printables for kids! Also tons of Pre-K packs and Birthday Party Printables.
Free Printables For Travel
Free Printable Games
This site has so much more for making little travel bags for all of your kids, and they are by far the CUTEST printables I have seen yet for travel!
You make make your own magnetic fish game with these!
Free Printable Love Notes
These can be attached to specific treats that they correlate with
Free Parenting Printables
These are so cute and come in a bunch of colors
Use dry erase sleeves with your printables if they are ones you’d like to use over and over.
Now it’s Time to PARTY! This week I decided to Co-Host the Tell Me Tuesday Link Party, and I will be giving away 5 FREE printable Quiet Books to my favorite links! Let’s Get Started!
Here are Some Favorites from Last week:
See my post on Making Your Own Felt Pieces to learn how to turn any of these printables into flannel board characters.