The Weekly Printable Pages Round-Up is quickly becoming a very popular feature here at Mama’s! I’m so glad you’re all finding some new-to-you printables from the blogging community’s best creators.
This week’s printables are such wonderful finds! I’m looking so forward to sharing them with you.
The Weekly Printable Pages Round-Up
If you’re new to the Weekly Printable Pages Round-Up, here are the details:
- The round-up post will be published each weekend, usually on Saturday.
Blogs, and the internet as a whole, are typically a little slower on the weekends, and this is the perfect time to find new printable pages.
- Most resources highlighted will be free, but I’ll also post quality paid products on occasion.
The Printables Blogging Community is unbelievably giving – a vast majority of printables online are free. In addition to those free downloads, there are many quality, inexpensively priced printable products from Educational Blogs. I’ll find the best and highlight them in weekly posts.
- I’ll feature 1 or 2 printables from the archives here at Mama’s Learning Corner.
Mama’s Learning Corner started in June 2011. I’ve posted a large assortment of free printables over the past 2 years, and some have gotten a bit lost in the shuffle. I’ll highlight a couple of oldies in the weekly posts in case you missed them the first time around.
All About Me Safety Organizer
Becky from This Reading Mama shares an oh so smart All About Me Safety Organizer. It’s a great way for kids to learn their personal information in the event of an emergency.
Night Sky Journal Pages
Barb from Handbook of Nature Study (the go-to resource for all things nature study, btw) shares these Night Sky Journal Pages.
These journal pages accompany Barb’s Outdoor Hour Challenge.
Hey Diddle, Diddle Craft with Free Printable
Maureen from Spell Outloud shares this really cute Hey Diddle, Diddle Craft! When you go to her site, you’ll see that the “dish” opens up like a book with a little printable of the poem to go inside.
Super cute for a nursery rhyme study!
10 Steps to Joy and Peace in the Morning
While I usually post printables for the Pre-K to Second Grade crowd, I found this superb printable for mamas over at Mom’s Mustard Seeds.
I know that I need a reminder for how to get joy and peace each morning, so I’m printing this for my bathroom mirror!
Plants and Flowers Handwriting Practice
If you are studying plants and flowers in the next few months, this is a neat flower-themed handwriting practice activity for Preschoolers-First Graders.