Featured Free Resources for Moms and Mom’s Library #67

There are so many amazing resources shared each week at Mom’s Library.  Sometimes it is hard to choose which one’s to feature.  This week I’m showcasing a variety of kids activities that I loved and hope to try with my kids.  If you have a favorite resource on this week’s linkup, please let me know!  This post contains an awesome giveaway!  For more information, read my full disclosure.

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Fall Reading Pack

This pack includes 25 Fall themed early reader books.  Teach your children to read with real books they love!

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a Rafflecopter giveaway

Appleseed Lane Activity Box

These little gift boxes include math and science activities that your children will love!

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This Week’s Featured Posts…

 

Living Room Spider Web Maze

Problem Solving, fine motor, and critical thinking skills; this activity has it all!

free resources for moms, kids spider maze activity

 

Make Your Own Sensory Slime!

This stuff just looks so fun!

free resources for moms, diy toy slime

 

Free Emergent Monster Readers

I love these cute little books to encourage any young reader!

free resources for mom, printable monster books

 

Autumn Songs For Kids

4 Cute Original songs with directions for felt play to go along with them!

free resources for moms, childrens fall songs

 

DIY Fine Motor DashBoard Toy

This idea was just too fun!  I can’t wait to see if my children can make their own.

free resources for moms, diy toy car for toddlers

 

Roll a Monster

I would love to see what kind of monsters the kids make from a roll of the die.

free resources for mom, monster game

 

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Comments

  1. Always so many great posts linked up! Got to check out that spider web maze!
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  2. Thanks for hosting :-) I’d totally use these printable sight word books for my kindergartener!
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  3. Thank you for hosting!

  4. Thanks for stopping by my blog and inviting me over!

  5. Thank you for hosting. I would share the Early Reader books with our four soon to be 3-year olds.
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  6. Thanks for the feature!
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  7. Jessica A. says:

    I will share it with my son.

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