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It’s a calendar! It’s a card! It’s awesome. As a parent Damien Wilson Jersey , you always try to engross your kid in some fun and creative activities, and one of them is card decoration. If you want to surprise your kid by giving him the best calendar cards, then here are the top printable card templates, which can make your kid happier than ever:

July calendar cards for pocket charts:

This is a specially designed set of calendar cards appropriate for PK to 2nd grade. The pack has three sets of calendar cards for the month of July. These cards can be matched through mixing, and your kid can also use his creative side to bring out some new patterns out of the same cards. The set of one of the packs has a beautiful theme of hamburgers, whereas setting two and third are designed with an attractive theme of hot dog and corn respectively. Each of the themes has a set of 31 cards, in which the cards measure 2.5” square. The best thing about these cards is that they fit in your kid’s pocket easily. The pack also has a header card with month name written on it.

Pumpkin calendar cards:

Pumpkin calendar cards are specially designed for PK, K, and 1st and 2nd graders. The cards are available in both English and Spanish language. These cards are printable so that you can print as well as laminate them for your kid. Your kid can mix and match the calendar cards with some different collections, to make new card patterns like ABB, AB and more. The file is editable so that you can get the customized output.

Monthly calendars for 2016-17 school year:

This is the best behavior chart for your kid, because the sheet allows you to add customized text boxes according to your usage. Monthly calendars for 2016-17 school year is for PK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, as well as 5th graders. This is an editable document, which can also help parents in marking the things their kids have learned week to week. You can add simple and customized text boxes with needed communication for a classroom.

If you are finding quality calendar cards or related study material for your kid, then you can log on to TeacherSherpa. TeacherSherpa is the best website for finding the best study material for grade PK, K, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th. The website has material with beautiful themes, images, and clips. Once you fall in love with power boating there's no turning back. It's in your blood forever. Shopping for a new boat can be challenging. So many decisions to be made and so many things to consider. A boat is usually a multipurpose investment that can be used for waterskiing, wakeboarding, bare footing, tubing, jumping, fishing, riding to your favorite hangout, weekend getaways, and more. It's often a bigger decision than buying a car, which is essentially a means of transportation to get you from point A to point B. And each of these events sometimes requires different qualities in a boat to get the best performance.

A lot people who are about to buy a boat have visions of nonstop fun on the water, but the reality is boats can be lots of work and require extreme care and regular maintenance in order for that fun on the water to be long lasting. Before you take the boat buying plunge let me clue you in on two of the most widely spoken quotes in the boating world. "The happiest day of a boat owner's life is the day they buy the boat and the day they sell the boat" and "Boats are nothing more than holes in the water, into which you throw money." Sounds so gloomy, doesn't it? It doesn't have to be. That's why it is so crucial for you to do your homework.


So, if you're still up to the challenge and responsibility of being a boat owner, use following checklist to go by when purchasing a boat of any kind.

WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO BE DOING WITH THE BOAT
Decide what your main purpose for the boat will be. Do you want it strictly for waterskiing or strictly for recreational wakeboarding? Will it mainly be a fishing boat that you'll occasionally want to water-ski behind? These factors will determine your engine type (inboard, inboardoutboard, or outboard). Or do you have kids that like to do a little bit of everything behind the boat?

RUNNING COSTS
How much can you afford? Saving money on a purchase up front can cost you in the long run. Be sure to buy quality. Remember to take into consideration the following costs beyond the actual price of the boat and your monthly payments: insurance, boat and trailer registration fees, taxes, fuel, dockingmooring fees, storage, and equipment such as life jackets, fire extinguishers, flares, marine radio, anchor, dock lines, and a trailer if needed. When the boat is not in use you'll want to give it proper storage. Don't over look maintenance and repair costs to the boat. This can be the most discouraging factor to a boat owner. On average these annual costs averages around ?30 per foot (boat length), however they can be significantly higher, depending on if you do the work yourself, or you let a marina do the work for you. Good maintenance habits can add years to your boat and save you many pounding headaches. This is not an area in which you want to scrimp.

We advise you also consider these optional items, depending on your water sports preferences: water skis, wakeboards, wet suits, towables (tubes), tow ropes and gloves, weight system for wakeboarding, pylon, boom, tower, etc.


NOW WHAT TYPE OF BODY OF WATER WILL YOU BE USING
Larger, more wide open bodies of water require bigger boats, or those with V-drives or inboardoutboard engines. Bigger boats handle rough water better than smaller boats. Direct drive boats are good for smaller lakes that generally have smooth water. Serious slalom skiers usually prefer direct drives and serious wake boarders prefer V-drives. If your body.

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