Category: Printable Fun

Fun printable activity pages for kids and kids at heart. Free downloads will ignite creativity, build educational foundation skills, and provide hours of fun!

How to Use Hear the Hidden Message for Auditory Memory (Video)

How are your child’s listening skills?  Good?  How about remembering what you say?   Inside The Free Printables Collection you’ll find a sample of Hear the Hidden Message.  This is an activity that I designed to help students strengthen a variety of learning skills, especially auditory memory.   Here’s how it works…  (Video not showing?  …

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A Fun Earth Day Printable Activity for Kids

Because Easter typically lands in April, I thought that now would be a great time to add an Easter-themed activity to The Free Printables Collection.  And then I thought, I’ve done that before.  I want something new.   If you missed them the first time around, here’s what you’ll find already waiting for you in …

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St. Patrick’s Day Printable LUCKY Grid Maze for Kids

Do you know why we celebrate St. Patrick’s Day, even if none of our ancestors were Irish?   Did you know that green apparently makes us invisible to leprechauns?   Does that mean leprechauns only show up around March 17?   If your answer to those questions is like mine (I have no idea) then …

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A Cut and Play Visual Spatial Printable for Kids

Years ago I designed a printable puzzle for kids to help strengthen a critical learning skill, spatial awareness.  When an occupational therapist discovered it and started using it with one of her clients, she came back to me recently and basically said: more please!   While I do focus much of my attention on parents …

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Dedicated Parent Award for Moms and Dads of LD

When I added Perseverance Awards to The Free Printables Collection a while back, I also mentioned my potentially unpopular view about awards in general.  I believe everyone’s heart is in the right place when ALL KIDS earn awards for simply participating.   HOWEVER, I believe that in sports, for instance, when one team wins first …

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The Printable er, ir, ur Game

Up until this point I haven’t spent much time talking about the mechanics of building words.  I promise that I haven’t neglected this very critical part of strengthening reading.   One reason that I’ve waited so long is that when I introduce a skill-building exercise for young learners, I like to start at the very …

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