FREE Martin Luther Inspiration Copywork Printable Set

 Have your children understand the definition of reformation with these inspirational copywork set. It covers numerous of inspirational from the man who has tremendously impacted my life. I grew up not reading the Bible but going to church every week. I am so very thankful for His Holy Word. Check out the list of Reformation Day activities and what we do on Halloween!     I created this Martin Luther Copywork for my email subscribers. Fill out in the form below and you {Read More}

FREE Read Then Color Printables – Fall Edition

It’s always perfect when my children are learning while doing something they enjoy. My daughter and son adore reading and coloring, so I created these fall printables just for them. There are a total of 2 pages in this fall printable set. My daughter likes to use markers to color the pictures and my son prefers colored pencils. The princess is currently learning to read, so we help her with the bigger words. It’s great practice for them both.  Take a peek!   {Read More}

FREE First Grade Sight Words Bookmarks

My daughter needs a little extra practice with her first grade sight words. I created these little bookmarks with the top 100 dolch sight words for first grade. We go over one bookmark a week, and she uses the bookmark for her readers. Take a peek   I created this printable set for my email subscribers. Fill out the form below and you will instantly receive the PDF via email. Please check your spam folder. I create weekly freebies, so {Read More}

FREE ABC Scavenger Hunt List!

My children get excited anytime I hand over a scavenger hunt list. And I get excited because it keeps them busy for a while. I decided to come up with an ABC scavenger hunt list for my little ones.  My 6 year old can practice writing his letters when he finds  an object that starts with that particular sound.  For more advanced children, they can actually write the object in the blank that they find. There are no REAL rules, just {Read More}

FREE Sentence Practice for K-2nd Grade

My daughter is learning how to write a complete sentence. She absolutely loves to color so I decided to make learning how to write a sentence fun for her. I usually only give her one worksheet per day. I let her color the picture before she writes the complete sentence. After she writes the sentence, we go over any errors together. She enjoys adding a page to her fall notebook she is completing while her brothers are doing their homework. {Read More}