I’m Proud to be an American Because… Each year before you celebrate the 4th of July, sit down with your kids and discuss the importance of our freedom and the truly amazing country we live in.
Once you have finished your discussion, ask your children to fill in these Patriotic Stars. Display the stars for all to see. Use them to decorate your tablecloth for your annual BBQ, attach a toothpick and stick them in the hot dog buns, or just hang them on the refrigerator.
Collect the stars every year and collage them in your “Fourth of July” book along with your annual photo. It is fun to look back over the years and see how not only your children have grown, but to read their stars and see how their thoughts have grown as well.
Sack contains 6 star-shaped cards. Each card measures 4.25″ x 4.25″.
The Light of My Life:
At the beginning of this sacred holiday, have everyone list the people or things they cherish most on the “Light of My Life” cards. It’s a wonderful way for your family to reflect on what is really important to them. Have everyone read them aloud at dinner, or share one “light” of their life a night, for all the eight nights of Hanukkah.
Sack contains 10 “Light of My Life” cards.
Each card measures 4.25″ x 2.75″.
Collage them all, along with family photos, in the matching Hanukkah Album for a lasting memory of this special holiday.
Don’t let your New Year’s Resolutions get lost in the shuffle! This year, write them down on this “Resolution Stationery”, seal them in our envelopes and keep them some place special. You can even make a family resolution for the upcoming year or have a family member work with and support you throughout the year with one of your New Year’s Resolutions. When the next New Year’s Eve rolls around, gather up your family, open your resolutions to see what you’ve accomplished.