It's time for another round-up of free printables for moms and kids! Hopefully, by the third round-up, we can give you a little preview of my filing cabinet and my collection of projects and free printables. This is one of my favorite posts to do because I get so excited about free printables. The internet is such an amazing resource these days, and I'm so thrilled every time I come upon a new printable to use with my kids! If this is your first time to my blog, make sure and check out our previous printable round-up, round-up #3! Remember, don't just pin these on Pinterest! You can have a great collection of resources for your kids if you make a goal to just print out and make one printable activity each week!
Free Printables for Kids
Gary’s Gumball Adventure lets kids fill up Gary’s gumball machine with different colors and numbers according to the instructions on the page. To create the gumballs, you can use Play-Doh, colored cotton balls, or the cut-outs included in the packet!
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These next printables come from Bible Story Printables and they are fantastic! They have Bible Story Sets, Bible File Folder Games, Bible Coloring Pages, Bible Worksheets, Bible Story Figures, crafts and mini books. There are so many things that you can do with these that I will probably do a separate post on this later. I plan on printing a new printable every Sunday so that I eventually have the whole collection so that I can teach my kids the Bible in a fun way.
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These next couple of printables come from Home School Creations, and she also has a TON of cute stuff. This is a goldmine if you are homeschooling, and if you are not, you can make a bunch of cute games and busy bags out of these!
To download your free printables for Preschool and Kindergarten: Transportation Pack, just enter your email in the box below:
If you haven't seen my post on making this magnetic pom pom activity, head over and print those out as well!
Free Printables for Mom
Now it's time for some printables for Mom! Here is a fantastic Ultimate Grocery List that I downloaded over at Grocerylists.org. I can never seem to remember everything I need at the grocery store, so this helps to have everything listed before me. There is also a vegetarian version you can print.
If you're anything like me and you have too many accounts to keep track of all your passwords, head over to Hello Cuteness to download this free printable password tracker. One of my biggest pet peeves is getting locked out of a site for too many attempts at logging in. Hopefully this will keep me more organized!
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