Archive for the ‘Free Stuff’ category
Practicing math using triangular number families is very effective, but at our house, flash cards seem to get strewn around everywhere and I thought it would be great to have it all in one place. So, I created this number wheel, which shows each number family as you turn the top circle. With this wheel […]
There are some great Bible based character development sites on the internet, so if you’re looking for something like this to integrate into your daily routine with the kids, check these out: Kids of Integrity – awesome site from Focus on the Family Character Journal – lots of resources organized by character quality Character qualities – with […]
Geography is a fun subject! Here is a United States map to color and label. Click the image above to open and print.
Do you have little ones working on numbers and shapes? Here is a nice little set of flash cards that will help! Print them out on card stock and laminate for best durability. Some ideas for using them: Choose a card and have the child place one Cherrio (or other small object) on each shape […]
Have you wanted to teach your kids about classical music, but felt intimidated because you didn’t know much about it? Classics for Kids is a great site that will teach you and your kids all about classical music with fun, educational radio programs and other features. You can listen to current and past week shows as […]
This is the day which the LORD has made; Let us rejoice and be glad in it. Psalm 118: 24
There are lots of great free alphabet printables around the internet. Here are four fun sites to check out!
There are some amazing online resources for history and geography, including interactive maps, timelines, quizzes and other games.
Here are 5 Bible memory activity sheets to help with memorizing Matthew 7:12, which is commonly referred to as “the Golden Rule”. Fill In The Blanks – Gradually learn the verse by filling in the missing words Cut Apart Puzzle – Cut apart the verse, mix it up and put it back in correct order […]
Some people are naturally creative, while others of us sometimes need a little help. Whether the kids are doing creative writing, you’re on a long car trip, or you’re just looking to kill some time with something fun while you’re waiting for the car to be repaired, these printable story starter cards are just the […]