Mom’s Library #12: The Party is Growing!

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Mom’s Library is growing! So I decided to feature more favorites.

Last week’s most popular posts…

Free Customized Worksheets 

Savannah clues us in on this amazing site that has hundreds of free worksheets from handwriting to geography.  The best part; you can customize them to fit the needs of the student!  Stop by Hammock Tracks to learn all about it.

Zucchini and Yellow Squash Chips 

Having trouble getting your children to eat veggies?  Finally feel good about feeding your children chips.  Head over to Fort Mill Living and make some, right now.  You won’t be disappointed.
Squash Chip Recipe

5 Easy Fall Kid Crafts 

Over at Pink Umbrella Photography, Lynn shares some great ideas for fall craft projects for your kiddos.   
Fall kid crafts with leaves

Freezer Paper Shirts 

Make your own shirts.  These would be perfect for birthday or baby shower gifts.  Thanks Haley @Ever Never Again!
Make your own shirts

No Bake, Chocolate Peanut Butter Balls 

Amy always puts healthy stuff in her goodies and they are just as good as the bad stuff.  So if you are craving something sweet, make some of these and feel a little better about eating more than you should.

Chocolate peanut butter balls with chia seeds

Toddler Reading Readiness Activities 

Join Mackenzie at Cheerios and Lattes to teach your child all about the letter A.  Make apple sauce, try rainbow writing, find the star in an apple, and connect with your child!

Letter A home preschool activities

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