DIY Heart Foldable March 11, 2020 By Bekki Leave a Comment This content may contain affiliate links. This all began on a 4 mile walk in the rain. He wants to be a cardiothoracic surgeon, that 14-year old son of mine.Forget the fact that he’s dyslexic, a ball of energy and only an early teen. He’s diving in. It all began on a walk a few weeks ago, where we brainstormed the steps he could take to pursue this newish dream of his…… and has grown into a full emersion independent study of everything related to the heart. Get on the waitlist here He’s been diving in to learning a few days a week… I showed him a cut, fold, and learn template of the heart on teachers pay teachers and said, “I’ll get it for you, but honestly I think you can create a better one yourself.Boy, was I right! Look what he created! FUN DIY DIY Heart Foldable Of course, I showed it off on Facebook in my Make and Sell Printables group and the creators went a little nuts. “He should sell that!” It took him 3 seconds to decide it could be EXACTLY what he wants to do. Do you have creative kids?Do you wish you could take their passion and create a learning experience AND show them how they can earn a little extra cash? Me too. That’s why I teach my kids to create and sell printables, like me. Kids in the Treasure Chest for Kids agree. This is FUN! Related: ENTREPRENEURIAL ELECTIVES: WHY NOT MAKE A LITTLE MONEY ALONG THE WAY!! Starting an Online Business for Beginners (1 credit) **Use code ELECTIVE2 for discountLearn how to Launch a Podcast Series (1 credit) **Use code BETA for discount!Selling on Etsy masterclass (1 credit)EBay Resale (¼ credit)Make and Sell Printables (1 credit) **Use code ELECTIVE1 for discount DIY Heart BOOM Cards Get the digital activity and printable bundle Here’s a sneak peek at the goodies I ordered for my son to fuel his passion. These would be great for younger kids This is FUN See all of Stephen’s creations here: https://abetterwaytohomeschool.com/stephens-collection-of-resources.html PRINT THIS FREE HOMESCHOOL MOM REMINDER. This post comes with a free printable list to help lead your child to design their own plan. Here is a sneak preview… DOWNLOAD YOUR FREE PRINTABLE Download the checklist. You’ll get the printable, plus join 9,000+ homeschool moms who receive my weekly parenting tips and ideas!Print. Any paper will do the trick, but card stock would be ideal.Place it on your refrigerator as a helpful reminder.