It’s 5 Freebie Friday Linky & Giveaway II!
It’s a link up of printables for kids, holiday planners, teacher printables and freebies.
Because everyone loves Friday’s, Freebies and 5 just makes the alliteration fun! Right before Thanksgiving, Thaleia, of Something2Offer, had an amazing idea to share our favorite 5 Friday Freebies with ya’ll every week and hollered over at me! An, you’re my plus one. Ebooks, printables, planners, you name it if it involves teaching children or home & family, it’s FREE and YOU created it well then you can add it. Be sure the specific post url is up ..not your home page.
Just a reminder don’t be tacky, keep it family friendly, no giveaways or for sale items and be sure to give a title and a picture that’ll help people find you and know what the link’s about. We’ll share and celebrate the most clicked of the group with balloons, confetti, parade and gluten free deserts by whomever volunteers. In the meantime link up, follow Thaleia and me, and check out our Featured 5 below. If you’re featured grab one of our snazzy “I’m a Featured 5 on 5 Friday Freebies!” buttons.
Ya’ll loved all the Thanksgiving Printables and freebies but you especially love games! The majority of you all checked out the Thanksgiving Scavenger Hunt from Spoonful.com. It was a really cool and shows how awesome and active all of you are with your kiddos. The most clicked linkers was……
Cassie of 3 Dinosaurs with her Elf on a Shelf update! So yay to Cassie and to Spoonful.com!! Be sure to snag your featured
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So! This week’s theme is all about …the Holidays!! And, we’ve a giveaway from Aubrey of Montessori Mischief! She wrote the cutest ebook called A Merry Montessori Christmas. It’s written for 2-6 year olds and she teaches you all kinds of goodies that embrace the season while teaching your kiddo skills and you’ve a chance to win a copy for yourself. My only complaint about the book…my kiddos looked at me funny when I wanted to play with everything. Aubrey’s book helped me realize my baby…isn’t a baby anymore. Especially when she reads over your shoulder and points out it’s for 2 to 6 year olds and she has turned 6 so it doesn’t apply to her. However later when we making some activities up for my nephew for Christmas gifts she was testing them out. To be fair…I did too! Good luck!
And, while you wait to find out if you’re the winner go ahead and link up after checking out the 5 Freebie Friday goodies for Christmas.
I just LOVE all the handmade advent calendar ideas and you should be sure to check them out!
…not to be redundant but Montessori Nature Smiles has HUNDREDS of FREE Christmas Printables. It’s the motherload.
A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens to read aloud to your family these cold winter nights is the original Nightmare Before Christmas tale.
Pssst!! Pssstt!! These Christmas Pattern Block Mats are AMAZING at keeping kiddos quiet, engaged and you from drowning that one relative that quizzes your homeschooled kiddo about EVERYTHING but says nothing to the other children who are in public school. Hmmm ok…it’ll probably only work for the kids…
These printable tags from Shanty2chic are CUTE! We use fabric for our gift wrap and such as it’s better for the environment. Tags and ribbon ideas like these help the gifts to POP from under the tree.
After you enter the giveaway, visit 2 other linker-uppers and follow Tabitha and me before you link up your holiday related post. And, remember…no giveaways or items that have a fee. That’s just REALLY tacky and I will delete you.