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Monday, May 13, 2013

FREE Printable Round-Up


I LOVE FREE Printables that the awesome graphic designer bloggers come up with and offer to their readers! It's a perfect way to save money and save trees because your only printing out the amount you need and you don't end up with a desk drawer full of unused labels and such. I've searched through some of my favorite blogs and gathered up a few FREE Printables. To download and/or print the printables, click the photo's or links below to be guided to the host blog where you will find the chosen printables!



A BIG Thanks to Helen Dardik at Orange You Lucky for these adorable FREE Bookplates!! Aren't they cute? I can't wait to print out a few for my daughters to put in their books that they bought at their school book-fair!!
Click the bookplates below to visit Orange You Lucky for your FREE downloadable copies of these awesome little bookplates! You have 3 choices, 2 of them are below.


Summer Reading Kit

School is almost out and we don't want our kids to forget all that they learned during the summer do we? Keep their brains working with the Summer Reading Kit from how does She. They have truly thought of everything!!


Chore Charts

I also found some awesome chore charts at Busy Bee Kids Printables. You can actually find all kinds of kids printables at Busy Bee Kids Printables! I'm super happy that I found them.


A Note From The Teacher

I found a great DIY Teachers craft for end of the school year gifts, at Making Life Whimsical.

I hope you enjoy all the great printables that I have rounded up for all of you. These bloggers work hard to make their content the best for all their readers. Don't forget to Thank them for all that they do!

1 comment:

  1. The teacher notes are great! I have an attachment for my cutter to make perforated lines so I can put several pages into a folder and let my son decorate the outside for his teachers!
    Thanks for the ideas!


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