Make Your Own Wish Leaves
The following post is sponsored by The Odd Life of Timothy Green
We all know how important it is to set goals - even when you're little! Help your child create a set of wish leaves that describe the type of person he or she wants to be.
Then, have them decorate their room with the special leaves as helpful reminders. It's a great way to encourage confidence and positive thinking!
- Heavy card stock paper
- Non-toxic glue
Print out the Wish Leaves Template [Download printable PDF here] on heavy cardstock paper.
Fold each template down the center and glue between the fold. Let dry.
Cut out each leaf from the template and write your seven wishes on each leaf.
Place around the house or in your little one's room so they can be inspired every day!
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