We are the local Little Debbie Snack Cake distributors , so we see her face on all our product. So, I suppose it shouldn’t come as any surprise if she subconsciously shows up in my artwork, lol. Totally not intended but pretty cute, nonetheless.
Do you want something to keep yourself and the kids busy?
Are your kids bugging you being stuck at home?
Covid is driving everyone buggy (see what I did there?)!
So, since we are all bugging each other, why not put all that extra effort and energy to good use?
Here ya go!
One easy-peasy-lemony-squeasy bug-infested worksheet or two to keep your little bugs busy and not pest-ering you…at least for a few minutes. (It all depends on how long it takes them to complete the worksheets.)
My kids need a little extra practice on their handwriting, so I figured it’s easier and more fun to acquire those skills with something silly like these pages. They won’t even know they are learning something useful! (Hee hee).
These pages should print out just fine on regular white 8 1/2 x 11” printer paper. I scooted the images over to the right so you could 3-hole punch the pages and put them in a binder to keep track of.
I’m planning on doing this every week with my kids. I thought you might want to do it with us!
To get the unwatermarked worksheets, you can friend-request me on Facebook or join the Sherry West Art Coloring and Crafting Facebook group.
Facebook, that measured modern moderator of all things most beneficial to civilized society, doesn’t think she is appropriate for your delicate sensibilities, so she has been BANNED from their Very Respectable Forum. (Consequently, I can´t sell her to you in my Facebook shop.)
Apparently, she ´s too fast and loose for their tender tastes. Ooh, la, la!
I think it’s her dashing, suggestive slip that did the trick and set off their pearl-clutching, gasping and breast-heaving!
Quick! Somebody grab the smelling salts and fainting couch!
Do you suppose shés got French lace-trimmed pantaloons under there?
Whatever shall we do??
“Oh, my stars and garters!” as my great Aunt Gwen used to say.