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Free Arctic Animal Pack

royal baloo is offering a free arctic animal pack. It is geared for toddler, pre-k, and kinder.

60+ pages of mazes, SuDoKu, writing practice, cutting, shapes, addition, subtraction, and more!


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Preschool Farm Printables–Free

Creative Preschool Resources is offering a fun preschool farm printable unit for readers. Just under the download is a link for her Farm Numbers Writing book. Be sure to sign up for her newsletter so you can stay up with her latest downloads.


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Free Teaching Units and Resources

Here are some ree teaching units I stumbled across lately:

Zoo Pack

3 Dinosaurs says this about the pack:

These Zoo printables are to be used with children from 2 to 7. These can be used with various Zoo books. They include many different animals and areas: safari, tropical, arctic, Alaskan, pond, outback, and woodland.

Zoo Pack contains over 70 pages:
3 Part Cards, Beginning Sounds, Addition Sheets, Matching Cards, Read Write the Room, Which One Is Different, What Comes Next, Cutting Practice, Pre Writing Practice, Pattern Cards, 10 Piece Puzzles, 4 Piece Puzzles, Clip and Count Cards, Size Sequencing, Shadow Matching, Small books, Color the Pattern, Sorting and more.

Tot pack:
Basic Prewriting, 2 Part Animal Puzzles, Counting, Matching, Coloring the Bear, 9 Piece Puzzle

2 Teaching Mommies is offering a 3 day unit about the zoo. The unit includes lesson plans and a memory verse along with the neat activities.

Homeschool Freebie of the Day is offering several neat primers. These are only good for a short period (usually a week).

Mama Jenn is offering info and resources for making a math game: Making Equations. She offered math games for 10 days, so you should be able to check all of them out.

Our Little Monkeys is offering a Pre-k pack about baby birds.  You do have to set up free account in order to download the pack.


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Spring Fever

The weather around my part of the world has been very warm…87+. I’ve actually given in and turned the air on. I can’t believe it is so hot so early this year. I love to open the windows and let the fresh air blow throughout the house in the spring, but alas, that’s not going to happen this year. We didn’t have much of a winter, so I rarely ran the heat, but summer is wide awake and blowing its humid, hot breath down my neck as I type. I feel the need to make a quick run to Sonic for a strawberry . What about you? Is it hot where you live now? Is the heat trying to blister you? How does that affect your schooling?
Dealing with the heat is one thing, but spring fever seems to also be creating a bit of a problem as well. My daughter hasn’t said much, but I’ve noticed a drastic reduction in her drive lately. It doesn’t matter if you are working on essay writing skills, drilling multiplication facts, or still trying to master phonics by playing short vowel games, springtime is calling us outside to enjoy a little fresh air and fun. It’s a great time to add fun P.E. activities into the lessons each week. What about going to the local pond to catch tadpoles, feed the ducks and geese, and look for insects? We have ducks and geese on our farm. They are such fun to watch and they make for a neat science lesson.
Share what you are doing to combat spring fever around your house. I am sure many of you have super ideas we could all benefit from hearing about. I look forward to reading your comments and learning a few new tips and ideas.

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BFIAR Animal Classification Cards–FREE







Homeschool Creations is offering a super set of70 classification cards featuring animals, insects, reptiles, and more. The cards go along with BFIAR (Before Five in a Row).  Each card includes the animal’s name, a photo image of that animal, and a brief tidbit about that animal.



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