Printable Activity Sheet for Kids: How To Send Invisible Notes

by Migdalia Rivera

When my boys were younger, they loved printable activity sheets. They were a great way to keep the kids entertained while I was busy doing Mom stuff aka ignoring them. The difference between now and then, is that I had to purchase my activity sheets. Thankfully, you don’t. You can print a variety of activity sheets for kids right here on Latina On a Mission, including today’s “How To Send Invisible Notes” shown below.

To print, click on the image below. Another window will open with a PDF.
Muppets Most Wanted Activity Sheet: Invisible Notes |



opens in theaters nationwide on March 21, 2014!

About the Author

Migdalia Rivera, also known as Ms. Latina in social media, is a single Latina mother of a teen, tween and 2 Australian Shepherds. When not blogging, or chasing after her energetic bunch, she connects influential bloggers with brands and PR agencies via her blogger network, Stiletto Media.

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1 Alissa Apel March 18, 2014 at 3:08 pm

Our boys did this at the YMCA. It was for a super hero party they were having.
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2 Migdalia Rivera March 19, 2014 at 1:16 am

Alissa Apel That sounds like fun!

3 Hanna Saltzman March 20, 2014 at 11:28 am

Ahh I LOVED invisible notes when I was a kid! (I also wanted to be Harriet the Spy and kept thinking I’d find secret tunnels in my home and school if I looked hard enough….)

4 Migdalia Rivera March 20, 2014 at 8:46 pm

@Hanna Oh. My. Goodness. My teen loved all the other spy movies of the 90s. And, I’m dating myself but I was totally into Nancy Drew. She was my inspiration – a fearless, fighter for the people!

5 Hanna Saltzman March 21, 2014 at 12:04 pm

I also was very much into Nancy Drew! You’re not dating yourself (or, she’s timeless!). Did your teen like Spy Kids?!
Full disclosure: after watching Harriet the Spy about 90 times, a friend and I even started a Spy Club at our elementary school. We dreamed of turning it into a statewide kid spy network. And yes, we tried a bit of spying on the neighbors! In the public good, of course :-)

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