Tag Archives: free printable

list 20 | learning spaces

Today, I’m loving…

These customizable preschool planning pages from Homeschool Creations.

This DIY pallet bookshelf from Happy Hearts at Home. What a great idea!

This article with practical guidance to help you Organize Your Homeschool Day from Simple Homeschool.

list 18 | learning spaces

Inspiration…

Montessori-inspired workboxes {Nurturing the Tender Years} – good organizational ideas

DIY Personal Library Kit {Twig & Thistle} – I love this free printable kit…would make a thoughtful gift as well.

Calendar + Morning Board {Homeschool Creations} – links to many of the resources she uses are provided in the post…more free printables!

list 16 | nature study

While exploring the wide world…

Concoct your own Gardener’s Hand Scrub with this recipe from House On Hill Road.

Watch the night sky and chart the moon’s phases for one month using a free printable from International Observe The Moon Night. {scroll down and click on the heading that reads “Moon Observation Journals”}.

Make a Grass Sweeper Net for critter catching with this tutorial from 5 Orange Potatoes.

list 15 | crafts

Sometimes the simplest toys really are best…fill your toy box or give as gifts.

Fabric Scrap Memory Game {via Inchmark Journal} – I have enough scraps lying around to make mountains of these.

How to Craft a Gnome {via Myrtle & Eunice} – so cute.

Milk Carton Boats {via Lilla A} – um…I want the mice too.

list 14 | the library

If your little one is like mine, books are a constant companion and that means they travel. Grab some of these darling free printable book plates to personalize your library.

Set One {via Urban Nest}

Set Two {via Happy Doodle Land}

Set Three {via Issa Sarza}

Set Four {via Craftsanity by Emily Martin}

Set Five {via Orange You Lucky}

p.s. Before you leave check out the book giveaways going on this week.

list 13 | learning spaces

ABC Prints {via Kind over Matter} – these free printable animal silhouette alphabet charts are wonderful.

Learning Space Tour {via Wildflowers and Marbles} – Follow Jen on a tour of the beautiful learning space she has created.

What You Need from Your Local Yard Sales {via Teach Mama} – This is a really great resource…also available as a pdf printable with a cheat sheet at the bottom of the post.

project 5 | slinky snake

Chances are that somewhere along the way, you made a slinky paper plate snake when you were growing up. One of our favorite counting books will give you an excuse to make another. Making Learning Fun also has this free printable Mouse Count Game to go along.