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Free Printable Addition Flashcards

addition flashcards

There are so many little “extras” that would be helpful for homeschooling, but I don't always have the money to spend on them.  So whenever I can I make my own.  I am needing arithmetic flashcards this year, and I am creating all of them for me and for you too if you need them!

I have moved all of my homeschooling posts to christianhomeschoolfamily.com.

You can go here to read this post at the new site.

 

Free Printable for Mother’s Day

Last year a friend gave me a framed picture for Mother's Day that had this quote on it:

“Good moms have sticky floors, dirty ovens, and happy kids.”

I put that little picture frame on the back of my oven.  I had just had the twins, and life was really in a big transition period.  Many times I would be standing there at the stove cooking supper, frustrated and overwhelmed with the piles of dishes, the dirty bathroom, and the volume of laundry.  I would see that quote and be reminded about what is truly important – how I am raising my children.  It helped me not to feel so guilty during those months when I simply didn't have enough time or enough hands!

I was very sad when my picture accidentally fell into the pot of french fry oil and was ruined!  I made another one, and I thought you might enjoy it too!  I created several different colors so hopefully you can find one that works for you!  (Each one is an 8×10 jpg file).

Good Moms Quote teal jpg

{download teal here}

Good Moms Quote browns jpg

{download brown here}

Good Moms Quote multi colored jpg

{download multi here}

Good Moms Quote green jpg

{download green here}

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Free Illustrated Bible Verses (KJV)

Teach your child a new verse every month with these free illustrated Bible Verses!

Each verse directly applies to things children will face in their daily lives, such as:

  • Salvation
  • Obedience
  • Being kind
  • Being generous
  • Being cheerful
  • Being diligent
  • And more!

 

Free illustrated Bible verses (KJV)

 

You can use these along with the Bible time suggestions for toddlers and preschoolers to help your little ones get to know God and his word better.

 

Each verse is full sized with colorful illustrations that are appropriate for each month of the year.  All scriptures are taken from the King James Version of the Bible.

 

These cards are free for subscribers.

Download these today and help teach your little ones God's Word!

 

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Free Gift Inventory Printable

This free printable Gift Inventory is just the first of many free printables I'll be offering this year to help you be more organized.

The theme on the blog for 2014 is “Project Simplify”.  I want to simplify my life by reducing clutter both in my home and my schedule so that I have more space to accomplish more!

As I babystep my way toward simplifying my life, I'll be sharing helpful resources with you as I go along.

I'm starting with this printable gift inventory because right now there are lots of after Christmas sales going on and I am already starting my gift shopping for 2014.

Here's how I plan to use this list:

  • I will list the names of every person for whom I would normally buy gifts in a year.  If I would normally give them more than one gift (for example, a birthday gift and a Christmas gift), I will list their name separately for each occasion.
  • I will either write gift ideas as I think of them, or if I stumble across a clearance item I will go ahead and buy it and write down what I got them so I will remember what I have purchased for whom.
  • I'll also write down the date that I need to have the gift by (their birthdate or the date of our family Christmas gathering, etc.)

With everyone already listed out for the year I can think ahead and shop for good deals all year long.  I also won't have to worry about scrambling for gifts at the last minute!

Free Gift Inventory Printable

Download and Print your Gift Inventory Here.

 

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What areas of your life do you need to work on simplifying?