Best of November 2015


November is over, we’re well into our Christmas preparations, but before we’re completely inundated with Christmas trees, snowmen, and seasonal crafts, let’s take a quick look at the Best of November 2015!

Like every month, I’m featuring the three most popular new posts written in November and my personal favorite, as well as providing links to all new posts of the month to give you a chance to catch up with whatever you’ve missed!

For the first time ever, all three top posts were about printables! I really enjoy making them, and it makes me happy to see that you guys get a lot of use out of them 🙂


Check out the best new posts of November 2015 on Simple Fun for Kids! 24 Days of Christmas Printables, Turkey Counting, Letter Z Maze, and more!


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My Favorite New Post in November


This was AWESOME! We'd wanted to try painting on shaving cream on a window for years, and when we finally did it, it was super fun! Art and sensory all rolled into one, and really easy to clean up, too!


Painting on Shaving Cream on the Window was an absolute blast! I’d been planning on doing this ever since E’s Shaving Cream on the Window activity 2.5 years ago, and now that we finally got around to it, I can’t believe we didn’t do it earlier.



Top 3 New Posts in November



Advent Calendar: 24 Days of Christmas Printables

I’m so excited that this one was (and still is) so popular. I kind of decided to do this on pretty short notice, only 9 days before December 1, and I was worried that it was too late for lots of people to follow along and enjoy this different type of Christmas countdown with us. I’m happy to see that so many are indeed downloading the printables each day and doing the activities with their kids!


Turkey Counting Clip Cards (1-10)

Thanksgiving inspired me to make these clip cards, but if you like turkeys, you can definitely use the printable all year long 😉


Letter Z Maze

The final printable in the letter maze series! I started this 6 months ago and averaged one letter a week. In the new year, I want to offer a set of all the letter mazes in one download, so you don’t have to click through all 26 posts and download everything separately. Stay tuned for that!



All New Posts in November by Main Category


Sensory Activities and Science:


Art Activities and Crafts:


Learning Activities and Printables:






What were your favorite new posts in November? Let me know in the comments below!



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