FREE Middle School Printable Book Report Form!

printable book report form

We couldn’t quite find the perfect printable book report form for my middle schooler, so we created our own.   We wanted a book report form that could be used with all books. Nothing overwhelming, but detailed enough that it assured me that my child was comprehending what he was reading. My middle schooler uses this form […]

FREE Revolutionary War Activities for Kids Combo Pack


Come enjoy 20 quotes by our Founding Fathers in a set of Patriotic Copywork, then jump over and test your knowledge of famous people, places, battles, and more from the American Revolution in the Games and Activities Pack. Copywork is available in print, cursive, or manuscript (each 63 pages). Games and Activities Pack includes fill-ins, […]

FREE Transportation Coloring Pages

Check out these FUN Transportation Coloring Pages FREEBIES!

Today I have some super fun coloring pages for you. Recently I added a new feature – Preschool Letters!! I’m so excited about these new sheets so your preschoolers can practice their letters with the coloring sheets too! I do my best to try and use letters that pertain to the picture without having to repeat them. […]

FREE Lego Spelling Test Printables!

Hurry and grab these FUN Lego Superhero Spelling Test Printables. Perfect for pretests.

I’m not sure about your kiddos, but mine love to display their Spelling Tests on the refrigerator. So I decided to make these FUN Lego Spelling Test Printables for my children. There are (8) different pages to choose from depending on what spelling level your child falls into. The more advanced pages have space for dictation. […]

Write a Letter! One Per Week with these FREE Templates!

write a letter week

  I created these How to Write a Friendly Letter templates for my children to learn the proper way to address an envelope and write a letter: One Per Week. This 4 paged letter writing template packet includes:  addressing letter practice printable (3) letter writing template printables I thought my children could practice writing one letter per week until […]