Hey friends! I’m checking in to see how you are doing. My mom and I are starting to get weary of having so many stay-at-home days. How about you?
It feels like it has been a long time since we have been able to get out and about. We are missing being able to do things like going to the bookstore, doing errands, and meeting friends for lunch.
We are finding plenty to keep us busy at home. Although we sure would like to get back to doing a few of our regular day-to-day random things.
Since we have been staying home more than usual I have had some extra time to make more puzzles. I’m hoping you are enjoying solving them as much as I’m enjoying creating them!
I have had a chance this week to finish up some of the puzzles I had started before. And do some new ones, too!
First is a Dot-to-Dot Puzzle. After you connect the dots you can color me! You can get the PDF of the “dot-to-dot” HERE. For printing, you need to download the file. To do this click on the ↓ that is near the top on the upper right side. Once saved you can print it. The formatting is not correct if you try to print before downloading it.
The above photo is the one I used to make the dot-to-dot puzzle. And on the right is an image to show you what the page will look like when you print the PDF.
Next, I made a Matching Puzzle. On the left side are questions and on the right side are the answers to choose from. Put the letter from the answer beside its matching question number. You can get the PDF for the “matching” puzzle HERE.
The above image is what the “matching” puzzle will look like when printed. When you download and print the PDF there will be a second page that has the answers just in case you need a little help. But no peeking at the answers until you finish the puzzle!
And the last one I made is a True/False Puzzle about Service Dog etiquette and behavior. Answer each question by circling either “true” or “false.” I have talked about all of these things in previous blog posts. I hope you remember! You can get the PDF of the “true/false” puzzle HERE.
The above image is what the “true/false” puzzle will look like when you download and print the PDF. Again there will be a second page with the answers. No peeking at that second page unless you need a little bit of help!
Along with the puzzles I have also created another coloring page for you. It is me with Jiminy Cricket! You can get the PDF for the coloring page HERE. If you missed the post where I shared about the significance of Jiminy Cricket in my mom’s life you can go back and read my Jiminy Cricket! post.
The above photo is the one I used to make the coloring page. And on the right is an image to show you what the page will look like when you print the PDF. Don’t forget to download it before printing so that the formatting will be correct.
And you know what else I made for you? A Bingo game! When you print it out there will be four Bingo cards and a word list. Each card is a little bit different so when you play you can work toward getting four in a row to win. Or you can play to see who fills their card first. You can get the PDF for the Bingo game HERE.
With the word list, cut out each word and place them in a hat or a bowl. Mix them up and have someone pull them out individually and say the word. You can use pennies, beads, or another type of small object for marking the words as they are called out.
The above image is an example of what the Bingo cards will look like. Again, when you print them there will be four different ones along with a word list. As before, remember to download before printing.
Over the past year, there have been several puzzles and coloring pages that I have made for you. Instead of listing each post separately, you can see all of my posts that have activity pages in them by clicking HERE.
In between helping my mom and creating puzzles, I have been playing with my little sister, Roo. Fortunately, the weather has been comfortable and not too hot so we have been able to play without getting overheated. And my mom has enjoyed sitting on our deck watching us play!