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Welcome to our week of Caleb and Sophia!
With the kids going back to school, we thought this would be a super fun way to bring a little burst of sunshine to young ones everywhere!
This week we’ll be releasing a free printable everyday with a Caleb and Sophia theme since the brothers have been so kind and loving in providing the Caleb and Sophia animated series for our young ones.
This event will last all week and include a giveaway for every single day of the week, so be sure to follow us so you can participate via both Facebook & Instagram. Some giveaways will be available on Instagram ONLY while others will be available for both Facebook & Instagram.
Also if you know a family with young ones who would love to participate in the giveaways or who would like to see all the printables we release this week, please refer them to our website so they can get in on all of the goodies!
Our first printable for the week is a set of meeting notes notebooks that you can assemble for your young ones so they have something spiffy to use when taking notes at the meetings! We release a lot of printables for very young ones, but this is for anyone aged 5 and up.
On the cover is our artist’s rendition of Caleb and Sophia. Sophia has her service bag, hearts, her butterfly (from her butterfly pens) and bubbles! Caleb has his yellow airplane, his teddy bear floating in space, stars and bubbles! We hope the young ones out there will enjoy this!
How To Assemble This
This notebook is very easy to assemble. You can find a tutorial on how to assemble this notebook here. It costs about $1-$2 to assemble and about 30 minutes of time (including waiting for glue to dry!)
These notebooks are free for personal, at home use only. Please keep our JW Printables branded logo intact on the printable when you use it & please refer people to this page and do not directly link to the download link. Thanks!
Is it best to use a card stock paper or regular printing paper? Thank you. These are adorable!
For the notebook covers, cardstock works best! Printing paper is thin and might rip, tear of buckle in the process of creating the notebook. 🙂
Thanks for Stopping by!
This is awesome!
I’m in love with everything this site creates???? We are from makaha congregation on Oahu, hi. Thank you for sharing!
Thanks so much I don’t have any children in the truth but love giving gifts to the little ones to help them with meetings etc
Thank you so much for the time you put into all of this!