The Kindergarten Date Night

A – Z Kindergarten Date Night

Oh, the younger years! Sometimes we all just pine for the good old days when there weren’t any bills to pay, no diapers to change, and no house to clean. You know, no “adulting!” Ahhh, childhood. To help take you back to those carefree days and give you a break, the Divas have put together an amazing Kindergarten Date Night! Take a stroll down memory lane as you and your crush 😉 play games, eat snacks, and learn your ABC’s! Remember – “All {you} really need to know {you} learned in Kindergarten!”

Adorable Kindergarten Date Night!

Remember that popular poem, “All I Really Need to Know I Learned in Kindergarten”? Well, we happened across it the other day and realized each item really is essential to a happy life and a happy marriage! Check it out…

Most of what I really need

To know about how to live

And what to do and how to be

I learned in kindergarten.

These are the things I learned:

Share everything.

Play fair.

Don’t hit people.

Put things back where you found them.

Clean up your own mess.

Don’t take things that aren’t yours.

Say you’re sorry when you hurt somebody.

Wash your hands before you eat.

Flush.

Warm cookies and cold milk are good for you.

Live a balanced life –

Learn some and think some

And draw and paint and sing and dance

And play and work every day some.

Take a nap every afternoon.

When you go out into the world,

Watch out for traffic,

Hold hands and stick together.

Be aware of wonder.

–by Robert Fulghum

Schoolhouse invitation for a Kindergarten date night.

We decided that with that poem as our guide, a Kindergarten Date was happening with an A – Z list of things to do! Courtney of Paperelli helped us out by bringing our dreams to printable reality! This schoolhouse invite is seriously perfection people! You can print it 2-sided and then just cut it out! Easy-peasy. Leave it somewhere your spouse will find it so they can open it up and get an overwhelming desire to hit the books with you!

Invite your spouse to hit the books with a Kindergarten Date Night.

To prepare for the date simply bring out the ABC’s of Kindergarten Bucket List! We have given you 2 options for each letter so you have a choice of what activity you will do. The end goal is to make sure you have done something to learn every letter in your alphabet by the end of the date! If you’re one of those people who crave a little more control – we’ve included a blank bucket list so you can fill it out on your own. {We see you type-A people;)}

Printable downloads for your Kindergarten Date.

Once you’ve had a long day learning the alphabet we suggest slipping your sweetie a little love note… fair warning: what’s going to happen in there is definitely not school appropriate. 😉

Sassy bedroom invite for a Kindergarten-themed date night.

About the Author: Shanelle

I am a reading, singing, shopping queen! (I’m very lucky that my handsome hubby likes shopping as much as I do) Married for 5 years and ready for forever, I love spending time with Brigham (my husband) and Adelaide (our baby). We love to go on adventures in the great outdoors.

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11 Responses to The Kindergarten Date Night

  1. Ummmm…pretty much DANG cute! You TOTALLY can't tell that you used to be a teacher….tee, hee. Love it! Great job, girly! I totally LOVED yer little note on his bed!! 🙂

  2. This is a really great blog! I'll be back for more ideas– I've kind of forgotten that even though I'm married, my husband and I can have fun, playful outings like we used to! I will definitely use the ABC list!

  3. This is awesome! I love this blog. I have a question about the Cookie Monster. Are you talking about the ready to make cookie dough packages you get in the refrigerated section? and you spread the whole thing on the baking sheet, is that right? and can you just make you’re own cookie dough and do it? Sorry, I have a lot of questions about it, I’ve just never heard of it before and it sounds delicious. I think my husband will love it!
    Thanks,

  4. I’m trying to download the ABC checklist and it’s just a bunch of gibberish. Do you think you could check the link? I’m really interested to see what’s on it! 🙂

  5. I lovelovelove this idea, but I have a question. You mentioned having two little ones. Since part of your date took place at home and part of it in the evening, how did you distract them? Even with a babysitter, this is the type of date that I can see my son wanting to interrupt. Not that we would mind. I’m curious as to how you juggle the date-at-home with kiddos in the house.