Learn fun facts about the swan with this color and copywork pack.

Swan Facts Color and Copywork

Use copywork to combine different subjects into one! I created this fun copywork pack featuring one of the most magnificent birds out there…the swan. Their beauty makes them the perfect animal for stories and literature. Watching these birds swim around

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15 Shark Themed Resources

Sharks are some of the most elusive creatures created. The shark is dangerous which is probably why they are so elusive. Who would really want to go into the deep blue to learn about them, while knowing they can bite

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snail facts color and copywork

Snail Facts Color and Copywork

When you add copywork to your homeschooling it can make a boring task a bit more fun! Take a stroll through a garden or a walk around a pond and you will likely find a snail. Combine science, writing, and

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children may planning pack

May Planning Pack for Children

April showers brought with it some May flowers. That was the inspiration for the new May Planning Pack for Children. The adorable flowers and owls make this pack one of the cutest I have created to date.  Print it out

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Bible Journal for Teens: 2 Kings

If there is anything I know about teens or preteens it is that they enjoy having creative things to keep them occupied. Let’s face it, reading the Bible can often be boring and confusing. But what if we offer them

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Newt Facts Color and Copywork

When you talk about pond life, do you think about the Newt? This lizard like amphibian is not only fun to learn about but fun to watch. They wiggle through the water by swishing their little legs and tail. My

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Muskrat Facts Color and Copywork

Out of all of the animals out there, the muskrat is probably the least appealing to me. However, that doesn’t mean that you or your children won’t enjoy this brand new color and copywork pack! Your children can learn all

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Frog Facts Color and Copywork

I don’t know of many children who do not enjoy chasing frogs around ponds and streams. They love racing toward them to see if they can grab them up. Or following them to see if they have any tadpoles close

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