7 science lessons with free printables



Budding scientists will love learning about the world around them with these 7 great science lessons, complete with free printables.  Kids will enjoy learning about the basics of the scientific method, the life cycles of plants and insects, …

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Color and Pattern Matching Game for Kids

While it may be obvious that this game would be great helping kids learn about colors and making patterns, it can also be used to practice counting. Beyond that, Amy, from The Connection We Share, discovered it was a …

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Slotted Building Discs
I found the ideas for these slotted building discs at Made by Joel and thought it was a great project to share with all of you. I love the idea of taking these along with you for a quiet activity …

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Playdough Activity Mats

Making play dough mats has been on my to-do list for quite awhile. Pop on over to Emma Owl and you can download six shape-themed playdough mats. Print them out and laminate them and your kids can have fun …

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Celebrate Home Run Day
Do you know someone who is a huge baseball fan? If so, this time of year is the perfect time to let them make their own baseball themed charms that can be used on necklaces, keychains, or zipper pulls.


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Cardboard Space Shuttle Craft
Today is the perfect day to make this printable craft designed by Leslie at Pink Stripey Socks. Why you ask? Because today is the anniversary of the first launch of the space shuttle Columbia back in 1981.

Of course, …

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Listen & Be Good Printable Reward Chart

If you are looking for a way to try to get your child (or children) to cooperate, perhaps you would like to try this method shared by Cintia from My Poppet.

She did some searching online and did find …

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These two adorable ideas come from Thenerdswife.com where she shares her free printable for the Doh and the fruit squeeze one. Both printables are perfect for younger kids who would like to hand out gifts to their friends.


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This Winter Olympics Printable word search is aimed at third graders but I really don’t see why younger kids can’t have a go. Olympics is a great way to motivate a little extra school work with new themes and fun …

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This Christmas I bought my first batch of Lego. I have spent every day since then picking the darn things up off the floor. I have been desperately trying to keep each set together and desperately fighting temptation to just …

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Thought I would share some printables and lesson plans for older kids. My daughter hates Math. I don’t know if this is because we ask her to work on it or if she really just hates it. I can’t really …

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The Chinese New Year is upon us (January 31st) and if you want to partake in the celebrations then consider these easy kids crafts. This round-up is from RedTedArt. Fill your activities with Drums, Lanterns and Dragons to create …

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This free printable can either be FUN or SERIOUS the choice is yours. Simply download and print it off to create a fun conversational piece with friends or stick it to your Motivation board to keep you on track and …

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I found another fun and FREE printable for a end of year Questionnaire.  This one is a little more stylish than our last freebie but both are fun and worthwhile doing. wonderfuljoyahead.com has the full size image for printing.…

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This cute little activity can be used for a dinner time activity on New Years Eve.  Ask the kids all these fun end of year questions. It might not seem like much fun now,but when you sit down to read …

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