Is My Face Red–The Actual Action Pack
Yeah, so I wrote this, meant to upload the document, scheduled the post and forgot the upload. It’s not fun without the download. You can download/view the action pack for free with no additional downloads here. Fall 2013 Action Pack
This summer, the girls and I came up with a list of things to do. We planned activities, events and outings. It was a lot of fun. I’m always so sad when the summer is over because I feel like that fun has to dry up for the year.
But, that seemed a little crazy. We could still have a ton of fun. Activities would have to be abbreviated to work into a busier schedule, of course. We don’t have the luxury of lots of long, languid days.
Action Packs are a themed group of ideas that you can use in your home with your children over the course of a weekend, a few days or even a few weeks starting with Fall. And, as you all know, I have a thing for Fall.
Each action pack includes a book list, craft ideas (with easy and inexpensive supply lists), ideas for outings, games and projects to do together, movies to watch and things to cook in the kitchen. Each action pack contains activities for three age groups; Little kids (up to have 5), Middle Kids (up to age 10) and Big Kids (10 and up). I’ve done my best to select easy to implement ideas that come with inexpensive supplies and don’t require large amounts of time to finish.