Featured on Mom's Library: Five Favorites
I often try to feature a particular theme from Mom's Library. Last week I featured easy preschool crafts. This week, I'm sharing five totally random posts with no theme! However, these are five posts I LOVED last week and I don't want you to miss. There were 153 posts linked to Mom's library last week which provides you with tons of great resources. Make sure these amazing five didn't get lost in the list, though! Check it out...
Balloons Over Broadway Review and Free Parade Printable from Enchanted Homeschooling Mom
I adore this non-fiction book about the Macy's Thanksgiving day parade. I think my kindergartener will be ready for this book this year and I can't wait to try out Jill's free parade printable pack to go along with the book.
I love these ideas for practicing math after school. The ideas involve art, play, puzzles, games, books, and more. My five year old loves math! These activities are great for math lovers (him) and math haters (me).
I've been loving all of the free printables 3 Dinosaurs creates to go with the Bob Books Phonics Readers. My son is diving into consonant blends right now, so these will be perfect for his level!
Did I mention they are FREE?
Spiders Preschool Theme from Learning is Messy
My boys love spiders right now, so I have been collecting as many activities as possible for them. I love all of the reading, math, and play, and learning activities in this post. I especially love the science experiement about spider webs. I totally learned something new about how spiders keep from sticking to their webs!
Free Printable 2014 Blog Planner from My Joy Filled Life
I was so excited to see this free printable pack for getting my blog organized. If you are a blogger like me, let's all go ahead and make our new years resolution right now, print this out, and get ready to use it!
GiveawayThis week you can enter to win a copy of the ebook Christmas Crafts for Kids 100+ Activities, Crafts, and Recipes based on Children's books. I've used and reviewed resources from the author Beth Gorden in the past-- we love her Reading the Easy Way curriculum. I'm so excited that she has a Christmas book out! I bet you'll love it. Check out Crystal's review of the Christmas crafts ebook.
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