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What do adorable arctic animals and the alphabet have in common? They’re both part of the hottest freebie currently on Educents.com – a marketplace for educational products! The Arctic Animals Handwriting Practice Manuscript is available to download FOR FREE right now.
These adorable arctic animals are sure to get your kiddos excited about practicing the alphabet! This one is our most popular freebie right now. It is absolutely adorable!
What is it?
For parents and educators who are looking to help their children with handwriting, look no further than the Arctic animals handwriting practice manuscript. The free downloadable features handwriting lessons accompanied by cute cartoons of the most adorable arctic animals around. Polar bears, moose, narwhals, and more are all represented.
The sheets, which are perfect for children age 5-9, features over 30 downloadable pages of exercises covering the full alphabet, both upper and lower case, as well as the animals themselves. Instructions for kids are simple and clear, and can be re-printed for multiple lessons or children.
On a personal note, my second grader is using these during the break to practice her handwriting skills. She loves printouts, so these have been perfect for her to practice skills that are important.
Looking to further educate your kids about the arctic animals? This video showcases some of the cooler land and sea animals in the arctic, like the penguin or the seal. This video might be the perfect companion piece for children working on the manuscript.
Educents offers more than 400 freebies, many like these ABC worksheets, as well as other great educational items. Check it out and you’re sure to find something you’ll love.
What people are saying about the worksheets:
- “These are cute. My kids get bored copying just the letters, but I bet they’ll have fun writing the animal names.” – Mary J. via Facebook
- “A very creative and helpful way for students to practice their handwriting!” – Maria P. via Educents
I admit, I am a little late to join the Stitch Fix train. It is not because I did not think the clothes I kept seeing people post on Facebook, Instagram, and their blogs were not totally cute…they were all totally cute! I just had a difficult time bringing myself to let someone who had never met me send me clothes. Would they fit? How could they possibly know what I would like? Eeek!
Life has been crazy busy lately, and my wardrobe is long overdue for a refresher. So, I did it! I signed up for Stitch Fix. And it arrived…before the scheduled date! I was super-excited to drive in the drive-way and see a little box sitting there waiting for me. I couldn’t wait to open it!
When I completed my online profile, I admit, I was a bit conservative. However, the “fix” was a perfect match for me. I was able to select a price range for each article of clothing (pants, shirts, shoes, etc.), and they stayed within that range. In a couple of instances, they were better than the price range I allocated (which was wonderful!).
I would love to hear from you. If you have tried Stitch Fix, what is your favorite item you have received? Do you have good Pinterest boards with fashion/clothing? If so, post a link to them below so we can check them out.
Calling all teachers, bloggers, and TpT authors who live in Georgia or Florida. Kayse Morris (Teaching on Less with Kayse Morris) and I are hosting a fabulous meet-up, and we want YOU to join us! We are thankful for the friendships we have made and thankful for TpT!
Here’s the plan…We will meet on Saturday, November 21st in Valdosta at a restaurant right off I-75 and HWY 84 so it is easy to locate no matter which direction you are coming from. It is casual. We plan to meet around 11:30 and we can stay as long as we wish. We will eat (of course), chat, make new friends, share stories, share helpful hints, make new friends, maybe eat some more, take pics with our new friends, and leave feeling blessed.
Seriously, we want you to join us in our first-ever Georgia/Florida meet-up. Email me at email@example.com or leave your email address in the “comments” section below, and I will send you the detailed information. If you have any questions, send those to me, too. Also, please share with your friends. We cannot wait!
You can also follow my Facebook page for updates.
I thought it would be fun to link up with Teaching Autism for you to learn a little bit more about me. I know I will occasionally post snapshots from my personal life, but I thought you might like to learn a five little facts about me you may not read in any other blog posts.