Free Printable Kids Car Games, Coloring, Activities, Puzzles

Are we there yet? This has to be the most oft-asked question from kids on car trips or vacations. When these questions start, it can make for a very long, tedious ride. That's why smart parents plan ahead in order to circumvent the complaints on car trips. Games make good boredom-busters and whining-stoppers. Here are free printable car games to stave off ennui and keep kids happily occupied on road trips. Free Printable Kids' Car Games, Activities, Puzzles

Free Printable Rosh Hashanah Coloring Pages for Jewish Families

Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish new year, begins the Days of Awe which end with Yom Kippur, the Day of Atonement. Here are free printable coloring pages, crafts, greeting cards and party decorations to celebrate Rosh Hashanah. There are also devotional activities, videos and online books to help kids prepare observe the Days of Awe. Non Jews may wish to explore this lovely holiday season and these resources provide good ways to do that. (This article was written for Sukkot with is coming up in October, but the Hebrew web resources listed have in information on the other holy days, too Here are free printable activities to teach about Rosh HaShanah.  Free Printable Days of Awe Coloring Pages

Free Printable Eastern Orthodox Catholic Coloring Activities

September 1 marks the Eastern Orthodox Church's new liturgical year. The Christian Orthodox church, whose branches include Russian, Ukrainian, Slavic, Slavonic and Greek Orthodox, is linked to the Byzantine Church. The eastern rite churches follow most of the same practices as the Christian Catholic church, such as veneration of saints, icons, holy relics and martyrs. Here are free printable coloring pages, activities and lesson plans to celebrate Orthodox new year. Read more  Free Printable Eastern Orthodox Catholic Coloring Activities 

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