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Spooky Mail – Free Printable



Hi Friends,
My beloved newphew Harry moved to Melboune a few months ago and we are
missing him terribly.Maksi will often ask for him during the day and
when we go to my parents place he runsfrom room to room looking for him
it is heartbreaking.

I am hoping the move won't be permanent.

Harry Loves sending and receiving mail,
so I thought I would create a little stationary set Maksi could
use to send him some spooky mail in time for Halloween.

You can download your copy here.

Well Blogtober was going so well, but I have been a little slack this week as

I have been busy preparing for Leo’s christening which is coming up in two weeks.

Don’t forget to check out our Halloween Printable Puppet and

our Educational Toddler/Preschooler Placemats


Toddler/Preschooler Basics – Free Printable Placemat – Cutlery







I am a primary school teacher. Did you know?
Now that Maksi is getting a little older and so very keen to learn,
I am working on teaching him lots of the basics
children should know before starting school.

Shapes, colours, numbers, letters, basically improving his vocabulary
and understanding of the world around him and preparing him for
a life of learning.

The above printable is the first in a series of printables
I will be doing here on the blog aimed at improving and expanding
the vocabulary of toddlers and preschoolers.

The placemats are intended as open ended activities.
Here are some suggestions to get you started.

Points of discussion
  • how many forks, knives, spoons can you see?
  • what colours can you see?
  • what is cutlery?
  • how many pieces of blue cutlery can you see etc?
  • how many pieces of cutlery are there altogether ?

  • match colours using pencils etc
  • match cutlery (concrete materials) to pictures
  • trace over numbers
  • draw a line from the corresponding number to the picture
  • write the appropriate number in the circle
  • addition 1+2+3 =

You can download your copy here.

This is a lovely book to accompany this activity :
Spork by Kyo Maclear/Isabelle Arsenault
If you’re on Instagram and using these printables I would love to take a peak.  Snap a picture and use #kukubasics 

Julia x


Free Printable Children’s Prints

I wrote a post a while back about Maksi’s big boy room and set myself a two week challenge to finish his room ( I was 37 weeks pregnant at the time) Six weeks later with new baby I still have not completed it is slowly coming together.

This week I set about framing some free prints I found around the net. Here are the prints I am using in Maksi’s room

These prints have come from a variety of sources. You Can find all the downloadable files here on my “Free Printables” Board on Pinterest

Printable Easter Egg Hunt Kit- Freebie

I am so excited to be planning my little boy’s first Easter egg hunt. Last year he was only eight months old so he wasn’t really aware of what was happening as his cousins participated in a hunt in our backyard.

This year though he will be 20 months and hopefully a little more keen to participate in the fun.

I have designed some pretty printables to use on the day.


You Can download, print, cut and Enjoy the Easter Egg Hunt Kit Here.

Today I am joining in with My Little Drummer Boy’s Wordless Wednesday & Faith, Hope and a whole lotta love’s Snap it

(This weeks Snap it theme is old, I may be stretching it but Easter Egg Hunts are an Old Tradition)


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Julia xx

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