8 FREE Last Day of School Downloads

Recently, I made a video sharing my favourite easy and inexpensive Last Day of School Celebration Ideas. I think you are going to love them ALL! Below, you will find a video with all the ideas and all the free downloads included in the video.

🌞🌞🌞Here's the video...

And here are the FREE downloads mentioned in this video:

 

1) Adventure Awaits picture


To download: click on the picture below, save to your computer or phone, and print it like a regular 8x10 photo.



2) Camping and Road Trip TIC TAC TOE games


To download: click on the picture below, save to your computer or phone, and print it like a regular 4x6 photo.

To download: click on the picture below, save to your computer or phone, and print it like a regular 4x6 photo.

3) Summer Adventure Checklist



To download: 
click on the picture below, save to your computer or phone, and print it like a regular 8x10 photo.


4) Sip Sip Hooray / Straw treat gift tags



To download: click on the picture below, save to your computer or phone, and print it like a regular 4x6 photo.



5) “Have a BALL” gift tag



To download: click on the picture below, save to your computer or phone, and print it like a regular 4x6 photo.


6) “Sweet treat” gift tag



To download: click on the picture below, save to your computer or phone, and print it like a regular 4x6 photo.


7) Freezie gift tag



To download: click on the picture below, save to your computer or phone, and print it like a regular 4x6 photo.


8) Cookie teacher tags and recipe



To download: click on the picture below, save to your computer or phone, and print it like a regular 4x6 photo.


And you can get the cookie mix recipe here.

I hope you like these ideas and they help you have a fantastic last day of school. Cheers to a great summer!!!


Gina
 (aka East Coast Mommy)

2024 Graduation Party Favors -- with FREE printable tags

***2023 post UPDATED with 2024 tags***

I love a good party favor... especially if it's budget-friendly. So, when my son graduated last year, I decided to create some inexpensive party favors using dollar store goodies. I came up with five party favor ideas (and free printable tags) that you are going to love! (And for a closer look, take a look at the video I made herehere.)



Here are the items I used to create the party favors.




1) The first tag is great to pair with mint gum or peppermints.




To download these tags: click on the photo below, right-click, save it to your computer, and print it like a regular 4x6 photo.




2) The second tag can be paired with store-bought or homemade cookies.




To download these tags: click on the photo below, right-click, save it to your computer, and print it like a regular 4x6 photo.



3) The third tag can be paired with bags of popped popcorn... or these unpopped bags of microwave popcorn.




To download these tags: click on the photo below, right-click, save it to your computer, and print it like a regular 4x6 photo.




4) The fourth tag can be used with any sweet treat. It works with candy AND chocolate. Just pick your favourite.




To download these tags: click on the photo below, right-click, save it to your computer, and print it like a regular 4x6 photo.




5) The last tag can be used with doughnuts or doughnut holes. I used store bought old fashioned doughnuts.





To download these tags: click on the photo below, right-click, save it to your computer, and print it like a regular 4x6 photo.


I love how they all look displayed on the tiered tray I made (in the video you can find here).



You can also get a closer look at how I put all the party favors together below...



PS - If you don't like the gold colored tagged I used, check out the more colorful options below...





Let me know in the comments which of these graduation party favors is YOUR favorite. I think they are all pretty cute!


Gina
 (aka East Coast Mommy)

DOLLARAMA Groceries — Deals, Dupes, my Family’s Favourites, and the items you NEED to try!!!

As a mom with three teenage boys, I need to be very mindful when it comes to buying groceries. One of my strategies is to shop at a variety of stores to make sure I get the best value for my money. I also like to find cheaper "dupes" that still taste delicious. Today, I'm sharing a few of my favorite Dollarama grocery deals, dupes, favourites, and hacks.


You can find all the details in this fun video I made for you.


After you watch the video, let me know if you have any deals / products I should check out. I love recommendations from my readers. 😊


Happy shopping!


Gina
 (aka East Coast Mommy)

10 Summer Adventures for the Family... and a printable checklist

When it comes to summer fun, it's always great to have inspiration and a plan. Today, I'm sharing both! You can pick one or two items off of my summer adventure checklist, or you can tackle all ten.



To download a copy of the list: click on the picture above, right-click, save it to your computer, and print it like a regular 8x10 photograph.

And... here are the details...


1) Eat ice cream – Make homemade ice cream, have ice cream for supper, or try a NEW ice cream stand.

2) Do something good – Run a lemonade stand or yard sale for charity, visit the grocery store and buy things to donate to a food bank, or participating in a few random acts of kindness.

3) Buy a meal from a food truck and eat outside – Grab burgers, fries, fish, or pizza, and have a picnic in the park.

4) Visit a beach – Go for a swim, play catch on the shore, collect sea glass and shells, fly a kite, or go on a scavenger hunt.

5) Cook on a campfire – Avoid dinner dishes by roasting hot dogs over an open fire. Then, cook campfire treats for dessert.

6) Plan a theme day –Some options include: “spend gift cards day”, “play board games day”, and “kids pick the meals day”.

7) Have an outdoor movie night – Watch a movie under the stars with blankets, pillows and treats.

8) Plan a parent / child date – Parents pick the time frame and budget, and the kids pick the activity.

9) Get creative – Make a craft, bake something, decorate a cake, try a new recipe, or film a video. The only limit is your imagination.

10) Explore – Go on a hike, hunt for waterfalls, swim somewhere new, or go a road trip.


Which of these summer adventures are you going to go on with your family? Let me know in the comments below.


Gina
 (aka East Coast Mommy)

Olympics... free colouring pages and MORE!

The 2024 Summer Olympics are fast approaching, and it got me thinking about how much fun my boys and I had celebrating the games when they were younger. I thought it would be fun to revisit some of the crafts we did together. I'm also sharing some all new FREE printable colouring sheets.




To download the free colouring pages I designed: click on the picture of the colouring page you want to print, right-click, save it to your computer, and print it like a regular 8x10 photo. 




In addition to the colouring pages, you can:




Make an Olympic flag.




Which Olympic event are you most looking forward to watching? I hope you have some little ones to celebrate with, and you enjoy these free Olympic colouring pages and crafts.

♥ 
Gina Bell (aka East Coast Mommy)

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