Freebie Friday Linkup: Easter Resources

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Pin the Tail on the Bunny from From ABC’s to ACT’s
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Think back on your childhood for a minute. Remember all of those birthday parties you went to when you were little? The cake, the party hats, the games.

It didn’t matter if the party was being held for a boy or a girl, had a princess theme or revolved around superheroes, it almost always included a game of pin the tail on the donkey (or at least some variation of it).

Easter Activity Pack from Christian Preschool Printables
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Over 80 pages of printable resources at your fingertips this Easter season! This Bible Easter Activity Pack is filled with Bible games, worksheets, crafts and activity pages you can use to teach your little ones the story of Easter. This set is designed for the K-5 teacher or homeschool family and includes multi age resources to connect with different ages and abilities

Easter Egg Word Families Sheet from Mrs IsClass
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This is a simple recording sheet to go along with all of those Easter egg word family ideas you see everywhere. If you would like the editable version, message me or email me and I am happy to send it to you.

Easter Paper Tots {FREE DOWNLOAD} from Kiki & Company
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I am so excited to introduce you to a new product today and can’t wait to hear how you use them!
Today, I am debuting the first printable in this new set. I am calling this set “Paper Tots”.
Paper Tots are small round paper animals, people, and things to play with, use as cupcake toppers, add to cards,etc. There are so many uses. Over the next few weeks I will be debuting a ton of sets…and each will be available for just 99 cents! (Think animals, people, and my take on some famous movies, etc!) They are so versatile and fun and I wanted EVERYONE to be able to afford them. They will make party planning a snap. Over the next few weeks I will show you a bunch of ideas on how to use them!
Today, though, I wanted to start out by giving you this first set of Paper Tots for FREE (and just in time for Easter).

Easter bunny paper craft printable activity from Easter Colouring
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This is a cute Bunny Box – print the image on card – colour it in then cut around the edges and assemble – the bunnies all link hands and stand up.

Egg-cellent Addition! from
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Improve your fourth grader’s math skills and have him complete a fun activity using one simple worksheet! Complete the basic addition problems inside each egg then have a blast coloring the eggs in!

Easter Bunny Stand-Ups from
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Give your little bunnies a fun coloring project this Easter! Color in the bunny, and help your child cut him and fold the flaps to stand him up. These could be great Easter decorations for the house, or just to play with.

Some “Bunny” Color Me from Pixie Chicks
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Easter Freebies, Easter Pack, Sale and I’m curious… from Down Under Teacher
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I’ve also listed these freebies. The first is a colour/color by number activity. Both spellings of color/colour are included.

The second is a remake of my Sprint to 100 freebie that has had over 1000 downloads. It is the same game, but with a rabbit racing theme.

April Calendar Cards – Free Download from Doodle Bugs Teaching
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Easter Poem – Your Blood

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Beautiful saviour and precious Lord,
I thank you for your blood
That flowed that day at Calvary,
A demonstration of your love

For no one has ever loved that much
For their life to be poured out,
But you took upon your beaten body
The death sentence that was ours

We can never fully comprehend
All that you had to endure
You came a sinless, sacrificial Lamb
And offered a life so pure

We read how you were so mistreated,
Rejected with no mercy or love,
But still, you willingly laid down your life
And poured out your life’s blood

For it’s by your blood, we can be healed,
Forgiven and set free
It was necessary that you died for us
So we may have eternity

By © M.S.Lowndes




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Hearts for Home Blog Hop #110 ~ Easter

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The Hearts for Home Blog Hop is a weekly blog hop that begins every Thursday morning. The theme of this blog hop is showing that our hearts are for our homes. Post topics include: homeschooling, marriage, parenting, homemaking, faith, budgeting, crafts, DIY projects and more! We would love to see you link up your posts. We feature the most popular post and a few of our favorites every week! Will you be one of the next Featured Bloggers?

Not a blogger? That’s okay! This blog hop will be your one stop location to finding ideas and inspiration for fulfilling your role as a wife, mother and follower of Christ. We are so glad you have stopped by!

Meet my cohosts here!

Featured blogger with the most clicks last week ~ Easy Easter Crafts for Kids to Make (Tidbits of Experience)

Easter Chicks Lemon Cookies (The Gold Lining Girl)

Floral Paper Eggs (The Scrap Shoppe Blog)

Easter Egg Rice Krispie Treats (Mama of Many Blessings)

20 Christ Centered Easter Crafts For Kids (Mama of Many Blessings)

Easter Transfer Activity (PreK Pages)

Easy DIY Burlap Wall Art: Easter Bunny (Gym Craft Laundry)

Decorative Watering Can Centerpiece & Easter Budget Craft Hop (Intelligent Domestications)

Preparing for a Christ Centred Easter (An Island Family by Grace)

Milk Allergy? What to Give at Easter Instead of Chocolate (Castle View Academy)

The Night Before Easter (Our Home Of Many Blessings)

Easter Activities (Our Home Of Many Blessings)

Easter Devotions and Activities for Your Whole Family (A Nest in the Rocks)

How to Teach your Kids the True Meaning of Easter (resources) (Your Vibrant Family)

Happy Easter Tot and Preschool Pack {35 Pages} (Homeschool Preschool)

Homemade Easter Egg Cookie Pops (Embracing Destiny)

Easter Egg Wreath DIY (The Perfect Storm)

Chocolate Confetti Easter Eggs (Clean and Scentsible)

Easter Candy Dessert Roundup (Embellishmints)

Easter Bunny Hoop Art Place Cards (Flamingo Toes)

Easter board Books for Preschoolers and Babies (The Jenny Evolution)

Easter Rolo Pretzels–A Sweet and Salty Treat! (Nepa Mom)

Easter Craft Stenciled Burlap Bunny Plaques (Oh My! Creative)

Easter Maxi Skirt Sewing Tutorial (Bombshell Bling)

DIY Easter Bunny Flower Pot Decoration (Living Lavida Holoka)

Some Bunny Loves You Easter Printable (Life Anchored)

DIY Easter Egg Garland (The Jenny Evolution)

Easter Resurrection Color Pages (Crystal & Co)

He is Risen Free Easter Printable (Bombshell Bling)





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Freebie Friday Linkup: Easter Resources

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Easter Counting Mats from Living Life and learning
Easter is right around the corner and you can have a great time counting with these super adorable Easter counting mats. These math worksheets will get your child thinking about numbers but tie in the theme of Easter as well. This set includes counting cards, counting mats from 1-10 and then 3 number puzzles that your child can put together…

Easter Kindergarten Math Worksheets from Living Life and Learning
These kindergarten math worksheets are great for a fun Easter themed learning. These math worksheets are great for your kindergarten or grade 1 student. There are 2 counting pages, 2 addition and 2 subtraction pages, 2 patterns. 2 fill in the blanks and 2 ten frame pages as well. They all include fun Easter characters to make learning fun and hopefully they won’t realize that they are doing school work.

Montessori Ukrainian Easter Egg Printable from Montessori in Training
Easter is a wonderful holiday to be celebrated in the Montessori classroom; there are beautiful signs of spring, bright colors, energetic children, and the excitement of the school year ahead. If you are searching for Montessori Easter activities, why not introduce your class to Ukrainian Easter eggs? Also called Pysanky, they are a unique art form that celebrates a rich culture. This post has Ukrainian Easter egg information and activities that can be used in both preschool and elementary classrooms, as well as a complimentary printable that you and your students will love working with!

Easter Craft Ideas from The Organised Housewife
Here are tons of printable activities to download and print.

You’ve Been Egged! A free printable… from Fab ‘n Free
This is how it works, print one of these out (download is located below the pictures), and hide 12 filled eggs in a friend or neighbor’s yard (make sure to leave one empty), and tape the printable to their door. It would be perfect for a Family Home Evening night near Easter time, what a good reminder of what Easter is all about…

Counting Eggs: Bird Emergent Reader Freebie from Jennifer Hier on Teachers Pay Teachers
A Spring bird emergent reader for your preschool, pre-k or kindergarten class.

This fun freebie is also included in my Hello Birdie! Activity Bundle for Preschool and Early Childhood Learning . It will be a great addition to your preschool, pre-K, kindergarten or special education classroom and will be a perfect addition to your thematic units on birds, eggs, spring, life cycles, trees, and even Easter, Enjoy!

Easter Printable Pack from Gift of Curiosity
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Inside this pack you will find more than 80 activities focused on skills such as creative expression, shapes, colors, sizes, same vs. different, patterning, puzzles, fine motor, mazes, math, and literacy. Several activities have multiple versions so you can tailor the difficulty of the activity to your child’s skill level…

Mrs Ritenour’s Easter Craft Ideas
Here are tons of printable activities and crafts for Easter.

Easter Egg Sight Words- Dolch Primer words from Tessa Maguire on Teachers Pay Teachers
This is a set of color by word Easter worksheets. There are 6 different worksheets and a blank one for you or your students to create your own. The words are from the Dolch primer word list. The words include are: all, are, ate, came, eat, get, good, have, into, like, must, new, now, our, please, pretty, that, they, this, under, well, went, what, will, with.

Easter Coloring Pages from Make and Takes
Download these free simple printable coloring pages. Each printable coloring page is available for your own personal use courtesy of Make and Takes.



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Our Monthly Themes for Term 2

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I have set themes for the next 3 months. We start back at “school” on Tuesday April 28th.

April 28th – May 1st: Easter

I created a Resurrection Eggs lapbook to cover the crucification and resurrection of Christ and we will be working on this during the last 2 weeks of April. We will also complete worksheets relevant to the event and why we celebrate it.

May 4th – May 29th: Chicka Chicka Boom Boom

I’ve put together a lapbook for this theme to work through. It will help Noo practice his letter recognition in a fun way.

June 1st – June 26th: Transportation

I put together my first lapbook from scratch which we will be working on in conjunction with the worksheets from our curriculum.

June 29th – July 31st: Astronomy


2009 is International Astronomy Year and as part of our Astronomy theme, I’ve created a Space Travel lapbook and I’m in the process of completing a Space lapbook. I’ll post a link to that book once its complete.

We also recieved allot of resources from Sivuyile Manxoyi of The South African Astronomical Observatory (SAAO) which we will be using during the course of the month. I’d like to get a mini telescope, but we’ll see how the finances are beforehand.