Bats, Spiders, Pumpkins, Thanksgiving, Pilgrims, & MORE!

I hope you guys are having a great week!  Halloween is upon us before long, it will be a new year. Time sure does fly. {I’m approaching…30…sigh} Make sure you’re following along with me on FACEBOOK. I post store deals and coupons on there that I don’t always blog about. I’m also going to start sharing Black Friday ads when they become available & hopefully lots & lots of awesome Christmas deals! Share me with your friends! As always…I love some feedback! Looking for something?! Send me a message and let me help!  Have fun and be safe this Halloween!

Here’s a list of some good stuff floating around the web this week!

Free bat and spider printable pack at 3 Dinosaurs

Free magnetic alphabet build-a-word mats at This Reading Mama

Free My Pumpkin Emergent Reader Book

The Pilgrims at Plymouth Writing Practice

Free ancient history notebooking and activity pages

HUGE list of Thanksgiving printables, crafts & activities!

Free 2014 Blog Planner from My Joy Filled Life for subscribers!

Fall themed bar graph practice math worksheets

Free pumpkin life cycle writing printables

Free owl tot pack printables 

A-Z Do-a-Dot Marker printables

Free Hanukkah calendar cards

Free 40 page Thanksgiving Lapbook (save $24.99!)

Free Colors Coloring Book

New Freebies List! {Candy Corn, Crafts, Word Searches, BOB Books, Chore Charts & MORE!}

Fall is HERE! FINALLY! And that is a big theme that is going around with printables! There are especially a lot things to do dealing with Candy Corn! Fun huh? Check them out!

 

Week of 9/1/13-9/8/13 List of Posts

Hey guys! This is all links posted through the week of 9/1/13-9/8/13. This is the first week I’ve done this and next week it will be published on Sunday evening instead of Monday morning. And hopefully in a little neater of a format. 🙂

Homeschooling Freebies! The 50 States, Crafts and Handwriting printables!

I’m going to make a list of links to some free stuff since I’ve been a little slack here lately!

First up…A unit study of the 50 states. This is broken down into 2 parts.

Next is a site totally dedicated to crafts of ALL kinds!

http://www.dltk-kids.com/

Want to make handwriting printables all on your own? Choose from different styles & type in exactly what you want you child to trace. These are great to print off and laminate (or stick in a page protector) for you child to use with a dry erase marker. There isn’t a kid out there who isn’t just a little more willing to write their letters when you hand them a marker! (been there DONE that!)

http://www.handwritingworksheets.com/

Trying to find something that I haven’t covered yet?! PLEASE send me a message & let me see if I can help!