This giant pack of printable activities, ebooks, and more will get you inspired to start the school year right!
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Today I’m excited to share a huge bundle of activities for teachers, parents, and homeschoolers. With one purchase, you’ll have access to 54 titles from a group of talented bloggers – over 3800 pages of resources. Just download or print the ones you want!
- 13 ebooks
- 31 educational printable packs
- 10 additional resources
Check out some of my favorites!
I was so excited to see a printable pack from Play to Learn Preschool in this bundle! Everything Jamie creates is fantastic quality – you’ll love having these colorful headers, visual cards, and calendar pieces to brighten up your home or classroom!
If you enjoy my alphabet activities, you’ll love these 40 alphabet crafts for toddlers and preschoolers from Craftulate. Help your child learn letter recognition, letter formation, and even word recognition in hands-on ways. This is a treasure!
I own and love this helpful guide to using sensory bins from The Chaos and the Clutter – with idea lists, storage tips, and tips for using sensory bins with kids with Sensory Processing Disorder, this is such a fantastic resource.
My preschoolers have always loved building words with letter tiles. This bundle from Happy Brown House has over 80 pages of letter tile spelling mats for 14 different themes!
I often receive e-mails from readers who don’t know how to get their little ones started with handwriting. This ebook, from a certified occupational therapy assistant at Growing Hands On Kids, offers a hands-on approach to pre-writing strikes. It’s designed for ages 2-5.
I own and love the activity plans from Hands On As We Grow. This set of learning activities is perfect for low-prep, hands-on, and guaranteed to get your preschooler learning letters, numbers, and more.
This is my contribution to the pack – 280 pages of printable activities for ten popular nursery rhymes. Teach pre-reading skills with these printable books, charts, and pocket chart sentences. Learn more about the pack here.
Wowza… this pack from Stay at Home Educator is worth $40! Get over 370 different literacy activities to use all year long!
Choosing a homeschool curriculum is tough. There’s so much out there… where do you start? You’ll get this 10-step guide in this ebook from Teach Beside Me.
I know you’ll love You Clever Monkey’s printable alphabet sound mazes for every letter of the alphabet. What a great way for kids to practice beginning sounds in words!
Totschooling has so many fun printables. I love that she has a math and literacy pack in the bundle – you just need a box of goldfish crackers.
These alphabet formation rhymes from Teaching Mama are fantastic! Use them as posters, or have your child trace the letters with his finger as you recite the rhymes together.
Get a head start on your fall planning with photo cards for sorting colors, vocabulary cards, math activities, and more – such a beautiful pack!
I don’t know about you, but sometimes I feel like I’m running in circles around the house. This handy (and funny!) ebook from Pulling Curls is just what I need to organize my meal planning, cleaning, and master those “crazy times” of the day when the kids are screaming, the house is a mess, and I have no idea what I’ll make for dinner… tell me I’m not the only one!
Gift of Curiosity is a popular site with themed printables for kisd ages 2-7. This pack includes 75 math and literacy printables.
Wow… From ABCs to ACTs has contributed 230 pages of low-prep activities!
As a teacher I was always looking for back to school materials that would help my class get to know each other and start the year on the right foot. This back to school pack from Malimo Mode is a goldmine.
Are your kids getting bored yet? We love summer around here, but my oldest (age 9) starts to get bored around mid-July. I know she’d love these awe-inspiring art projects from Childhood 101- jello printmaking, Skittle science, spinning tops, and more!
I own and love this beautiful set of fine motor ideas from a very talented set of bloggers. This is perfect for helping kids strengthen their hand muscles so they’re ready to write.
And that’s not all… check the image below for even more goodies – not to mention 15 more resources I haven’t mentioned!
The pack is for sale for a limited time only… after that, you’d need to purchase each item separately from individual sellers. Now’s your chance!
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