Menu plans help you organize the week’s dinners. You can plan every meal of the night, coordinate it with your shopping list and even better, you’ll never find yourself sitting in front of the fridge going “Hmmm…what to make for dinner?”
Tip: If you’re using a menu plan, first prepare a grocery list based on the sales and coupons for the week. Then go through your recipes and find recipes that match up. Create a menu plan based on what’s on sale — don’t shop based on what you’re eating.
I love printables — especially when they’re free. I’ve been looking through Pinterest and a few other sites to find some cute ones and I’ve compiled a list of some for you guys — and they’re all free! So enjoy these super cute, free grocery list templates!
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Teach your child about the letter “G” and let him have some fun in the process with this adorable free printable by 3Dinosaurs.com. I love her printables — they’re so stinkin’ cute. I’ll definitely be printing out this one for my son. You can access the Free Romping & Roaring G Printable Pack here.
We sure do love free printables!
Free Printables by CandiQuick
I found a site with great recipes and awesome printables for gift bags and homemade treats. She has these tags assorted by ocassion (Mother’s Day, Father’s Day and even a Teacher Appreciation Day). All of these tags are free and super cute. I can’t wait to use some of these mysef.
Thanks for the adorable printables Candiquick!
If your kid is a busy body like mine, you’re always looking for ways to entertain, but educate too. 3Dinosaurs.com has awesome, free printables you can download and use with your kids. Check them out! I’m especially excited to print out the numbers coloring pages, and get started on the coloring activities with my son. Plus, my daughter seems interested in coloring, so maybe i’ll try these out on her too.
Always lovin’ free stuff and even better, free printables!