Babysitting Kit Printables

Create a simple babysitting kit with this set of free printables. www.simpleasthatblog.com

I have the privilege of working with a fun group of  9-11 year old girls in our church, including my 11 (almost 12) year old daughter Emily and I feel so blessed to be her leader right now. Every other Wednesday we get together for what’s called Activity Days. We play games, learn new skills, do crafts and just have a lot of fun together! It is such a pleasure to watch these girls grow in the gospel and to help them accomplish the goals they’re working on to earn their Faith in God award.

Create a simple babysitting kit with this set of free printables.

While brainstorming ideas for upcoming activities one day, most of the girls in our group of 13, expressed interest in learning more about babysitting. These girls are quickly approaching babysitting age and are all quite excited about the possibility of starting to babysit for their friends and family!

We got to work planning a few activities that centred around babysitting. We spread things out over two weeks where we did  a little crash babysitting course with the girls, put together babysitting kits and decorated tote bags to keep their kits in.

Create a simple babysitting kit with this set of free printables.

I recruited my talented friend Crystal Wilkerson to help me with this activity and together we came up with a number of printables to create a simple babysitting kit.

I wanted to share these fun printables with you so that if you have a daughter, grand-daughter or niece or if you’re in Activity Days yourself, you can put together your own babysitting kits quickly and easily! Download the printables listed below here on my blog and watch for more printables to add to the kit coming to Crystal’s site next week!

 

Babysitting Kit Printables include:

How to be a Great Babysitter Tips

Safety Tips While Babysitting

Important Information Forms

Fun Games to Play While Babysitting

Ideas for What to Add to Your Babysitting Kit

Memory Match Game

Babysitting Kit Folder Labels

 

Wording used with permission from LDS Activity Days Ideas Blog.

 

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Comments

  1. Rebecca says

    We have yet to take the official babysitting course Brenda, thanks for the reminder to get my oldest signed up for that! :) Glad you like the babysitting kit!

  2. Tricia says

    I just noticed in the Fun Games To Play handout there is a typo. For the sock game it says insie instead of inside :) Just wanted to let ya know ;) Everything is still very cute and SOO handy! Thank you very much!

  3. says

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  4. Mindi says

    I can’t believe I came across this! I, too am an Activity Days leader over the 10 & 11 yr old girls and this is JUST what I was looking for. This week we spoke about expectations of a babysitter and how to be a good one. In 2 wks we will be decorating babysitting bags that I bought from Oriental Trading Company. These pages you created are exactly what I wanted to add to them, in addition to whatever fun activities each girl wants to add to theirs to use with the children they babysit.
    You saved the day! I am trying to set up my 2nd grade classroom and I am so relieved to check this off my list. THANK YOU!!!

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