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Terms and Conditions

I hope you and your children enjoy the crafts and activities posted on ActivitiesForKids.com.  Feel free to share your creations and finished projects on social media but please do tag with ©ActivitiesForKids and #activitiesforkids so that others can find the printables and instructions. Thank you!

As ‘read only’ files, you will not be able to copy or edit the contents. Do not change or redraw the designs. They are intended to be used in their original form. Do not make derivative works or use any parts of these designs.

All artwork remains the copyright of Activities For Kids. This includes the crafts, activities and PDF documents published under our copyright. All text, images and photographs are copyright Activities For Kids. When re-posting these images on any social media, always credit the source.

You can feature content from ActivitiesForKids.com on your site or blog with your own text and a link back to the original post. Do not reproduce the text or tutorials on your site or blog.

Any commercial redistribution or resale of the original content or files is strictly prohibited. You may not use the printed results as part of commercial displays, editorials and events without license and written permission. Please contact us with any proposal you might have.

Please download the files ONLY if you agree with the above terms of use. Thank you!

About Theresa Johnston

Activities For Kids has been an on-going passion of mine since 1998. I'm a long-time Orlando resident and huge Disney Fan! Prior guide for About.com and current editor for AboutOrlando.com. I hope you enjoy the crafts, recipes and ideas that you find here.
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