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Free Daily Calendar Page + Math Lapbook Activities - Homeschool Den

Yesterday, I shared the free math lapbook I made for my daughter. Depending on your child it may be appropriate for kids between 4 and 6 or so. Today I wanted to share a little bit about how I’m using the calendar pieces. She’s been taking the days of the week from the lapbook and putting them in order She’s then been using these in her daily calendar page. If...

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Catholic Liturgical Calendar Printables & Activities {UPDATED FOR 2024)

There are different seasons in our Catholic Church. Help kids learn the colors associated to the Catholic Liturgical Calendar with these easy-to-understand printables and activities. NOW UPDATED FOR 2024 LITURGICAL CALENDAR!This set includes: Coloring activity (with filled out color printable for reference) Printable to explain the colors associated to the liturgical seasons Matching activity Pages: 4NEW! Also includes a generic non-Catholic version. Thank you for your stopping by my…

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15 Minute Emergency Preparedness Challenge for Families

During this time of total uncertainty, are you wondering how you can make the most of this time to increase your family's preparedness? Use this schedule and spend 15 minutes a day to not only get your family more prepared for various emergencies, but also, to teach your kids more about the things that really

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