(Kaitlynn when she was 22 months old. Isn’t she precious? I can’t believe she’s already 4 years old now!)
If you’re looking for free children’s educational sites, here are a few I recommend:
features a variety of printable children’s crafts, coloring pages, worksheets and projects for holidays. The site covers almost every subject and holiday and would be great for preschool, homeschool, or afterschool educational activities. (Thanks for the link, !)
is a site I go to often when I’m planning out themed units for our homeschooling. You can search by subject and there are many free lapbooks, unit studies, printables, and more.
offers free daily lesson plans, song lists, activities, monthly calendar, book suggestions, craft ideas, and worksheets hundreds of free printables. The lesson plans are only released one month at a time for free during the school year, though. (Thanks, Deanna, for suggesting this site!)
is one of my girls’ favorite sites. When I was very sick with morning sickness during the beginning of Silas’ pregnancy, the girls and I spent a lot of time exploring this site. There are lots of simple phonics games and more to teach young children the basics of reading.
Find many more free educational ebooks, downloads, and worksheets here.
What are your favorite free children’s educational sites or blogs? Tell us in the comments.
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