Free Printable Mother's Day Cards

Children love to make gifts for moms and grandmas on Mother's Day; with Mother's Day approaching, let them express their creativity with some design-your-own free printable cards and stationery. You can adjust the card making to the age of your child also. For your pre-readers, print coloring pages and cards. For children of reading and writing age, select the blank verse or poetry cards to encourage and practice creative writing skills. Here are sites with free cards and tutorials to print. Adults enjoy making these cards as well.
You can create Mother's Day cards with school groups, day care, scout troops, Sunday School or Religious Education, library groups and more. Teen babysitters: this is a great craft to keep your young charges occupied when you babysit also!  Free Printable Mother's Day Cards

Free Printable Brown Bear, Brown Bear Games, Crafts, Worksheets

"Brown Bear, Brown Bear, what do you see?" Thus begins a charming, eponymous preschool favorite by author Bill Martin and illustrator Eric Carle. Using simple cartoon pictures, preschoolers learn about colors, animals. patterns, math and also friendship. Here are free printable games, coloring pages, crafts, worksheets and learning activities from the children's literature classic, along with the companion Martin/Carle book "Polar Bear, Polar Bear, What Do You Hear?" Free Printable Brown Bear, Brown Bear Games, Crafts, Worksheets

Free Printable Easter, Ascension Thursday Coloring Pages, Crafts

The Easter Triduum -- Holy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter Vigil -- is the three most sacred days of the Catholic liturgical calendar. As homeschoolers, we spent Holy Week, from Palm Sunday to Easter, doing Lent activities. Here are free printable Catholic resources. And the season doesn't end on Easter Sunday. Catholics, Orthodox and some Christians celebrate it up to the Feast of the Ascension or Ascension Thursday, 40 days after Easter. Pope John Paul II spoke of the family as the primary educators of children. He encouraged families to set up altars in their home. Whether you homeschool your children or not, parents have a special vocation to teach the faith. These lessons, devotions and crafts help children and families explore that faith more deeply.  Read more

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