Stock up your printer with paper 'cos we've got some lovely The Lego Movie downloadable freebies for you.
To my absolute shame, I think I am the only person left in the country who hasn't actually seen The Lego Movie yet. My kids have, of course, but I got left at home holding the baby. They tell me it's fabulous though, and 'Everything is Awesome' is something that gets sung on a regular basis in our house.
So my kids - and yours, if they're also huge fans of The Lego Movie - are going to go bananas over the range of freebies that are available to download and print from the lovely dudes at Lego.
There are 10 fab colouring pages which you can download and print, and a pretty epic selection of wallpapers and posters featuring mini figures, plus the heroes (and villains) from The Lego Movie.
There are even stickers too, although obviously you'll need to cut them out and stick them wherever you fancy with some decent glue. So maybe don't call them stickers unless you're ready for the sticky mess that will inevitably follow.
My absolute fave of all the freebies are the masks, though. Is it wrong that I'm sorely tempted to rock up at the school gates wearing one of these later this afternoon? My kids would never live it down, though, and they'd probably never talk to me again. That's weirdly appealing...
Anyway the name stickers are also very cool but the school schedule is AWESOME. I might turn it into a chores rota on the basis that I could do with a little help from Lego heroes in persuading my kids to help a bit more around the house.
But for sure my kids are going to think I am the Coolest Mum Ever™ when they get home from school and check out the range of Lego printable treats which I've snaffled for them for free.
Of course, I might let them think it cost me a small fortune, and gently encourage them to make it up to me for the rest of the afternoon by making me a cuppa on demand. Ah, think of the silence while they colour in all afternoon and obediently keep me plied with hot tea.
That's the rest of my day sorted, then!