Summer is the perfect time for amusement parks! It’s also a perfect time to practice letter sounds with your little ones. We have a new preschool alphabet letter pack available with words like boat, Ferris wheel, hot dog, ice cream, jump rope, ketchup, lemonade, mustard, popsicle, and roller coaster. These fun mazes help teach letter […]
Do your little ones love animals? Introduce them to fun facts about fifteen endangered animals including the American alligator, Sumatran rhinoceros, and more with the free Endangered Animals coloring book. Each page includes a picture for them to color and large-print copywork for them to trace. Grab your Endangered Animals Coloring Book today!
Dolphins and starfish and crabs, oh my! It’s a 10-page preschool pack full of printable alphabet mazes to help your little ones learn the letters D, L, O, P, S, T, and W with ten traceable copywork and colorful mazes. It even has some counting and shape practice added in for extra fun! Your little one will […]
Are you looking for a fun way to practice language arts with your little ones this spring? Don’t miss this FREE preschool-first grade language arts pack. You’ll find patterns, counting, language arts, handwriting practice, and more. Spring Chicks Printable Language Arts Pack
Have fun with spring and letter practice with this FREE preschool printable! This set of ten printable worksheets is prep-free fun for your little ones! FREE Spring-Themed Printable Alphabet Worksheets for Preschool
The zoo animals have become separated from their trains and they need your little one’s math and matching skills to get them back! Don’t miss this fun free elementary math worksheet I’m sharing over on Blessed Beyond a Doubt! FREE Elementary Math Worksheets-Help the Zoo Animals!
Christmas is such a fun time for learning! Everything is bright and colorful and filled with reminders of our Lord’s birth. These free Christmas-themed printable alphabet worksheets for preschool teach letter and sound recognition with fun picture mazes. Your little one will learn that B is for Baby Jesus, C is for Camel, D is for Donkey, J is […]
Do you ever wonder who invented the gingerbread house or why we decorate gingerbread cookies with cute little faces? Find out when you grab this limited time freebie that I wrote for Blessed Beyond a Doubt. It’s a fun hands-on unit study for PreK-3rd grade that includes history, geography, handwriting, creative writing, art, and cooking! […]
Phillis Wheatley was the first prominent African-American poet in the United States – and she was first published while the nation was still a collection of British colonies! Learn more about this incredible woman and enjoy an excerpt from her famous poem “Goliath of Gath” by joining me over on Blessed Beyond A Doubt! Print, […]
Christmas is often a time of joy and celebration, but many Christians in various parts of the world are not free to celebrate, to sing, to even mention Christ or His birthday. How can we honor God this holiday season and remember “them that are in bonds” (Hebrews 13:3 KJV)? There are a number of […]
Do you remember the scene in Tom Sawyer with the paintbrush and the fence? That classic scene is the source of this 27-page FREE copywork printable. There is print, cursive, and manuscript copywork to trace and to copy. This printable handwriting practice pack is part of a guest post I wrote for Blessed Beyond a Doubt. […]
He didn’t plan to become a writer. He was managing his home and farm, but that changed in 1820 when he wrote a simple story. That story led to another, and another, and another. As a result, American literature changed forever. Though not his first novels, Cooper’s Leatherstocking tales featuring Natty Bumppo captured the early […]
I’ve been working with my friend Jill Craft over on Blessed Beyond a Doubt, and we have a new free printable to share! The Johnny Appleseed Unit Study is specially designed for K-4th grade. Inside, you’ll find thirty pages of fun facts activities ranging from, “Who is Johnny Appleseed?” to an artist study of Grandma […]
August is American Artist Appreciation Month and we’re celebrating over on Blessed Beyond a Doubt with a free pack of Presidential quote copywork pages illustrated with portraits painted by the famous American artist Gilbert Stuart. In honor of the year of Gilbert Stuart’s birth, 1755, we also have a Teachable Timeline roundup of things that were […]
This might be the tastiest post I’ve ever had the pleasure of writing! Today over on BlessedBeyondaDoubt.com, I’m sharing some fun ice cream copywork, an ice cream word search, and a jigsaw puzzle along with a roundup of ice cream printables and treats. Plus, we’re celebrating National Ice Cream Month with a look back at […]
Stop by my post on Blessed Beyond a Doubt today for a fun Roller Coaster Acrostic in copywork and a timeline roundup of ways to bring 1884 to life! For fun, here’s one more way you can enjoy the theme of amusement parks with your little ones. Try singing the following lyrics to the tune of […]
We’re having fun over on Blessed Beyond a Doubt today with copywork from President John F. Kennedy’s inaugural address and some fun outer space printables. We’re also taking a look at what else was happening in 1961 with a teachable timeline roundup. Lots of freebies and fun activities for your family to enjoy! Stop by and check […]
The anniversary of the beginning of the American Revolution is April 18-19. Would you like some fun (and free!) printables to help you and your family celebrate the day? Stop by my post on Blessed Beyond a Doubt and check out some Paul Revere copywork, an American Revolution roundup, and a teachable timeline roundup of […]
I’m excited to share that my guest post on Blessed Beyond a Doubt is live! Stop by and check out all the cool Dr. Seuss birthday party ideas (including an exclusive freebie) plus enjoy a teachable timeline of activities and links that will help you bring 1904, the year Dr. Seuss was born, to life!
I am so excited to be a new contributing member to Jill Craft’s Blessed Beyond a Doubt blog! Today we have the first Teachable Timeline, a history round-up post of ways you can bring 1874 to life! Plus, Winston Churchill copywork just in time for Winston Churchill Day, February 9th. You can download We Shall […]
On December 17, 1807, a baby boy was born to Quaker farmers in Massachusetts. His early life did not mirror those of some of the nation’s great writers. He did not have the opportunity for years of formal schooling, but that did not hamper his love of learning. At nineteen he would see his first poem published. […]
He is remembered for his literature, his contributions to the medical field, his friendly personality, and for the mark his oldest son left on judicial history. Oliver Wendell Holmes, born August 29, 1809, and died on October 7, 1894. Our timeline worksheet is a special printable packet of information about the author, a timeline worksheet […]