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Your February Totally Free Tuesday Freebies are Here!

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February Totally Free Tuesday Freebies!

We’re ringing in the new year with 2020’s first Totally Free Tuesday! Once a month, I collaborate with some of my favorite homeschool bloggers to bring you some fantastic free resources.

Around this time of year, we all need some fresh, new resources to give our kids – and us – a bit of a “pick me up.” Today’s freebies are just what you need!

Ready? Let’s go! Here are your freebies! Enjoy! 🙂

Your children will love practicing their letters, writing words, or even making an adorable Valentine’s Day banner with this free set of heart shaped letters from Dana at The Art Kit (that’s me!).

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Yvie from Homeschool on the Range is offering her Primary Documents Bundle including forty primary source documents to print and use in your school. Chronologically, they range from 1493 to 1946 and cover many aspects of American history.

The Australia Lapbook from Stacey at Simple Living, Creative Learning equips your kids to learn about Australia with this unique hands-on activity that contains lots of fun and interesting facts and elements about the Land Down Under.

Learn about St. Patrick’s Day and Ireland with The Luck of the Irish Movie Study from Annette at In All You Do! If your kids haven’t seen this Disney classic, it’s a must-see, especially during the St. Patrick’s Day holiday season. This movie study has discussion questions about the movie, a page for students to write about their own heritage, a page to write about St. Patrick’s Day and a page about Ireland.

Snag some fun printable Valentine’s Day Cards from Debbie at Homeschooling Dietitian Mom! They’re perfect for your favorite person or persons. These Printable Valentine’s Day Valentines will also be a perfect Valentine’s Day craft project for homeschooling. Approximate size 4 x 6 inches.

Abby at Making Room 4 One More is offering a free class to help you overcome homeschool burnout. Homeschool moms have a lot of pressure to project perfection. This pressure leads to burnout. Experiencing a season of burnout does not mean you’re a bad homeschool mom. Come find encouragement as we discuss practical solutions.This online workshop is less than 30 minutes long, but packs in a lot of truth!

A tea party unit study is a perfect way to combine delight-directed learning with a unit study from Sara at Heart and Soul Homeschooling. You can put together your own tea party unit study using these ideas and free printables!

These cute Valentine’s Day printable coloring pages from Joanie at Simple Living Mama are perfect for preschool and early elementary kids!

These Bible-themed number charts from Sarah at My Joy-Filled Life come in 2 different layouts that will help your child with counting and number recognition.

It’s not too late to grab this gorgeous watercolor calendar from Clarissa at Clarissa R. West for keeping track of your homeschooling & homemaking routines, appointments, & more! Just print & add to your planner, binder, or bulletin board!

Are your kids learning to write book reports? This seven page DIY Book Report printable pack from Heather at Mom for All Seasons works with any book! It will help your child identify and summarize key parts of the book and will allow him/her to organize their thoughts so that writing the actual book report will be a breeze. Pages and activities include key information, characters, setting, time period, cause and effect relationships throughout the book, plot mapping, and summary.

Check out these 26 Penguin ABC Clip Cards from Betty at Peace Creek on the Prairie! Your children will learn to match letters, using clothes pins will help develop hand-eye coordination.  You can also start teaching the letter names and sounds as your child uses these cards. 

Inspire your kids to learn history through literature with these great Black History book choices from Dachelle at Hide the Chocolate. 

Help your kids show their loved ones how much they care – in their love language! Use the premade printable love coupons from Charlene at Hess Unacademy or use the blank templates to create your very own!

Your kids will have fun learning all about the letter “A” with the 12+ page Letter “A” Handwriting Pack from Brooke at The Fervent Mama. It’s full of learning fun and practice! This handwriting packet is a small snippet of our homeschool handwriting curriculum.

Use these skip counting cards from Surya at Teach Me, I’m Yours to help your child learn to count to 120 by 5s and 10s!

Rachel at Faith, Hope, and Joy is offering a simple Bible study journal perfect for Mom or tweens and teens to study God’s Word. Write your personal daily inspiration.

Your kids will have fun with the Valentine’s Activity Pack from Life Beyond the Lesson Plan! You’ll find Valetine-themed story starters and journaling pages, fun math puzzles, mazes, and more.

I hope these freebies are a blessing to you – they’re a fun way for me to thank you for being part of my email community! 

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