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Fall Printable Puzzles for Kids

Fall Printable Puzzles for Kids Celebrate the season with these Fall Printable Puzzles for Kids. Find 9 different themed puzzles plus 3 versions of each; 6 piece, 9 piece and 12 piece. Kids will love this free and fun activity! 9 Totally FREE Fall Printable Puzzles for Kids #freeprintable #fallyall #puzzles Click To Tweet Get […]

Fall Art Activity for Kids Free Printable Worksheet

Fall Art Activity for Kids Free Printable Worksheet Here you’ll find a simple Fall Art Activity for Kids with Free Printable Worksheet. Kids can explore different mediums to create their own Fall tree. This is a great activity sheet for art class or just for fun. Fall Art Activity for Kids with FREE Printable Worksheet […]

Halloween Activity Pages – 4 Free Printables

Halloween Activity Pages – 4 Free Printables Here you’ll find cute and FREE Halloween activity pages to use at home or in the classroom. Find 4 printable worksheets including crossword puzzle, I Spy, maze, and a word search. Halloween Activity Pages – 4 Free Printables #halloweenfun #kidsactivities #freeprintable Click To Tweet We love Halloween at […]

Mickey Pumpkin Craft for Kids with Free Printable

Mickey Pumpkin Craft for Kids with Free Printable Disney and Fall together? That’s what I’m talking about! If you love the Fall decor at Disney, you will love this easy craft. This Mickey Pumpkin Craft is perfect for kids who love Mickey and celebrating Fall the Disney way. It’s easy to put together and fun […]

Plastic Easter Egg Math Game – Egg-cellent Multiplication

Plastic Easter Egg Math Game – Egg-cellent Multiplication Now that Easter is over, what do you with those plastic eggs? My youngest son is learning time tables now so I figured I’d re-purpose the plastic eggs to help him practice. I created a really simple Plastic Easter Egg Math Game called Egg-cellent Multiplication. It’s great […]

Free Printable Kids Writing Journal + 20 Writing Prompts

Free Printable Kids Writing Journal + 20 Writing Prompts One of the things I miss the most about teaching pre-k and Kindergarten kids is reading their daily journal entries. It was easily my favorite part of the day because children have the best imagination! Writing practice is so important for all ages but especially for […]

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