Jump into Spring with this Family Fun and Planning Printable Pack from the Ultimate Homeschool Radio Network

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Enjoy this month’s printables by Felice Gerwitz, Ultimate Homeschool Radio owner and podcaster at Vintage Homeschool Moms – this month includes a special download from our own, Melanie Wilson, podcaster at The Homeschool Sanity Show! This free printable set includes: Family “4-Square” Planning Spring Cleaning Lists Spring Scavenger Hunt Family Safety Planner Rainy Day Activity […]

FREE Printable First Day of School Mini-book

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School is starting back everywhere – in traditional and home schools alike. Have some fun with your kindergarten or younger elementary children by interviewing them with this fun First Day of School Mini-book. In many instances, the child will not remember answering the questions; but in later years the answers are precious! Take a few moments […]

FREE Printable Stargazing Scavenger Hunt

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Here in Florida, you would never want to go stargazing during the summer. The mosquitoes might very well pick you up and carry you away. But, now that our evenings are cooling off, it’s the perfect time to stargaze! Your student can enjoy the night sky even more when you have him identify the moon phases […]

FREE Printable I’m Thankful Feathers & Scavenger Hunt

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I often have big ambitions when it comes to the holidays, but when the time comes, I lose sight. Even though Thanksgiving Day is still a few weeks away, don’t let that stop you from preparing right now! These free, printable I’m Thankful Feathers & Scavenger Hunt is something that you can print out and […]

FREE Printable Grocery Store Scavenger Hunt

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Nothing tests our multi-tasking skills quite like a trip to the grocery store. Right, moms? Turn it into a more peaceful time with this free, printable Grocery Store Scavenger Hunt! There’s also a printable for Grocery Store Bingo which is perfect for your littler children.Click here to download your free printables! Need An Affordable Approach to Learning? […]