Water Gun Targets & 12 Free Printables!

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It’s time for another installment of the free printables Blog Hop — today we’re all sharing fun, summer printables.

Free Printable Water Gun Targets at PagingSupermom.com

When we think of summer we think of getting wet, so we created these colorful, printable water gun targets. Kids love water guns, and we’d love them too if it didn’t seem like Mom is always prime target! Give them something else to shoot at with these free, printable targets.

Free Printable Water Gun Targets at PagingSupermom.com

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Super-tips for a Rainy Day

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Hey Supermoms! I am Kelsey from Poofy Cheeks and today I am sharing a super tip on rainy day activities! As kids my brother, sister and I spent many weekends during the summer at my grandma and grandpa’s house in Lake Mills, WI. Most of the time we were riding our bikes, swimming or searching for toads to cart around in our wagons. We lived to play outside, but then there would be rainy days that kept us inside. My grandma’s solution for a rainy day was a pack of construction paper. She would pull out the paper, scissors, crayons and glue sticks and we would be occupied all afternoon.

Now as a mom of two rambunctious boys I always keep a pack of construction paper on hand too. My boys are filled with tons of energy, and when we can’t go outside and play I need a way to keep them busy indoors.

5 Activities to do with Construction Paper on a Rainy Day at PagingSupermom.com

My two boys are four and five-and-a-half years old so I let them use safety scissors, but I still do the majority of the cutting for them. With the help of a glue stick they make construction paper collages and paper chains. When they use up the glue stick or get bored with that I introduce a piece of chalk, crayons and markers. I find that by giving them new items here and there, instead of everything at the beginning, it keeps them interested longer.

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Free Printable Statue of Liberty Crown

Free Printable Statue Of Liberty Crown

Today is another Printable Blog Hop! Just in time for the Fourth of July, today’s blog hop includes 12 fun Patriotic printables from our blogger friends.

How to Make a Statue of Liberty Crown at PagingSupermom.com

First off, how cute is Miss Modette wearing our free printable Statue of Liberty Crown? This has to be one of the coolest printables we’ve offered in a while. I know all my kiddos will love wearing these to go watch the fireworks on July 4th. Since it turned out so neat we decided to also include a sheet of extra extension bands so the crown can be sized for adults (you know, because I want to wear it too!)

Free Printable Statue of Liberty Crown at PagingSupermom.com12 Free Patriotic Printables at PagingSupermom.com

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Star Gazing Party Activities & Favor


Our Star Gazing Party Hop is nearly over. (I know, I’m sad too!) We have a few more projects to share and be sure to check back tomorrow for a fabulous giveaway. Today we’re starting off with the Constellation Flashlights game that was Paging Supermom’s contribution to the party.

Constellation Flashlight Game for Star Gazing Party from PagingSupermom.com #thepartyhop

Kids are bound to enjoy the overall splendor of looking at the stars, but it might be difficult for them to pick out the constellations among the utter vastness of the night sky. These Constellation Flashlights are a fun way to bring constellations to life, and closer to earth, for your little guys.

Constellation Flashlight Game for Star Gazing Party from PagingSupermom.com #thepartyhop

To make the Constellation Flashlight game you will need a flashlight of course — in fact you might want to have a few since these are bound to be a hit with the kids.

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Easy Button Necklaces

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Make a Necklace for Mom from Vintage Buttons #mothersday

My cousin’s wife is super stylish. I’m always a bit envious of her fabulous outfits, many of which she sews herself. Well she has the most adorable necklace — it goes with everything because I swear she’s wearing it just about every other time I see her. Sometimes she layers it with other necklaces and sometimes wears it alone. After I couldn’t stand it any longer, I asked where she’d found such a gem. The answer: her daughter had made it by stringing a bunch of vintage buttons together! Sounds like a perfect gift for Mother’s Day or maybe Teacher Appreciation?

Easy Button Necklace for Mom at PagingSupermom.com #mothersday

I mean the macaroni one junior made in preschool is sweet, but what if your kiddos could make a necklace you’d actually WANT to wear hundreds of times? Stringing buttons is as easy as working with cereal or noodles — the order doesn’t matter so just let the kids go to town!

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