Monday, June 16, 2014

Not just for Pre-Schoolers Busy Time Giveaway!

Maria at Math Mammoth asked me if I'd like to check out her daughters' activity packs designed with pre-schoolers in mind.

Heck Yes!  Anything to keep Jill occupied for a few minutes is more precious than jewels to me.


Abigail and Hannah Miller have designed hundreds of pages of coloring sheets, dot-to-dots, mazes, spot-the-twin, word searches, and more.


Many of the activities are beyond Jill's abilities. However, because these are documents saved on my computer, I can print what is age-appropriate now, and save the rest for later, perhaps during the school year, or even next summer.


Some of the activity sheets are very advanced.  In "Medium to Hard Dot-to-Dots," some of the images use Roman numerals or skip counting.  In Star Polygons, you can learn how to make a dodecagram star!


I confess.  I printed up some of the sheets for Edmund.  C'mon.  Anything that says "Ax Maze" was made for him.

The mazes and word searches could come in handy on a road trip, or a rainy day.


The coloring pages range from extremely detailed images of dinosaurs and other animals to very simplistic drawings of kittens, or ponies, or mothers baking with children.  Sometimes, it's refreshing to have something to color that's not a licensed image from television.


You can purchase your own bundle of 14 activity books via Currclick right here.

You can also download FREE dot-to-dot pages right here.  This site does a better job explaining the variety and skill levels of the various pages.

Then check out some of the other activity e-books over here, where you can print up some of the other activities such as Copy the Pictures, Mazes, Coloring, etc.

Or you could enter to win one of three bundles right here with this Rafflecopter drawing below!  Winners will be chosen and announced on Sunday, June 22nd (which is also Baby Thornton 6.0s official due date).


Full disclosure:  I received an Activities bundle to review and some credit at one of my favorite homeschooling stores, Math Mammoth, in exchange for my review and giveaway.  I was a Math Mammoth fan long before this though.  I can't recommend Math Mammoth enough for skill building or just review work.  I first heard about Math Mammoth from Cathy Duffy's book 101 Top Picks for Homeschool Curriculum.

I'll be choosing 3 winners, and you can bet that if I don't get these winners announced Sunday evening, it's because I'm real busy making a new birthday.  I know you'll understand.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

25 comments:

  1. I love the idea of advanced dot to dots! My older kids still love mazes and coloring, so this is perfect! Thanks for passing along such a gem! Now, go have that baby and enjoy!

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  2. Great! Would love this to keep my kids busy!

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  3. Sam slept through his morning nap this a.m. Just sitting here trying to figure out how this is all going to go down today. Just so you know.

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  4. These look great; thank you!

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  5. That is a very exciting giveaway. Babies don't keep but activity bundles do so I can use it down the road!

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  6. So great! I've been looking for preschool activities for my boys! Looks great!

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  7. Math Mammoth sounds great, Jessica! Thanks for the giveaway.

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  8. Excited for you to make that new birthday! :) I'm desperate for some good worksheets to give my preschooler this summer. Oy.

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  9. My 4-year-old would die of happiness if I handed him a Roman Numeral dot-to-dot... Like, seriously, pee-his-pants excited. He's a little strange...

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  10. Things to distract the toddler! Genius. Also, for Mama's-sick-and-doesn't-want-school-to-come-to-a-grinding-halt days.

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  11. These look great!

    And your baby's due date is our anniversary. :)

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  12. Thanks for the chance to win this great activity. Praying to St. Gerard for a safe and speedy delivery for you and your baby.

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  13. I echo what Madeline said! Would love to win this to tuck away for future use with Elizabeth.

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  14. I echo what Madeline said! Would love to win this to tuck away for future use with Elizabeth.

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  15. I think Baby Thornton is waiting until June 24th because that is the most awesomest day to be born!

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  16. I think my daughter would enjoy this

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  17. We would love some preschool activities over here!

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  18. These seem great for my preschooler, but also the next couple of kids up the line. Thanks for the recommendation. Praying for a safe delivery!

    ReplyDelete

Monday, June 16, 2014

Not just for Pre-Schoolers Busy Time Giveaway!

Maria at Math Mammoth asked me if I'd like to check out her daughters' activity packs designed with pre-schoolers in mind.

Heck Yes!  Anything to keep Jill occupied for a few minutes is more precious than jewels to me.


Abigail and Hannah Miller have designed hundreds of pages of coloring sheets, dot-to-dots, mazes, spot-the-twin, word searches, and more.


Many of the activities are beyond Jill's abilities. However, because these are documents saved on my computer, I can print what is age-appropriate now, and save the rest for later, perhaps during the school year, or even next summer.


Some of the activity sheets are very advanced.  In "Medium to Hard Dot-to-Dots," some of the images use Roman numerals or skip counting.  In Star Polygons, you can learn how to make a dodecagram star!


I confess.  I printed up some of the sheets for Edmund.  C'mon.  Anything that says "Ax Maze" was made for him.

The mazes and word searches could come in handy on a road trip, or a rainy day.


The coloring pages range from extremely detailed images of dinosaurs and other animals to very simplistic drawings of kittens, or ponies, or mothers baking with children.  Sometimes, it's refreshing to have something to color that's not a licensed image from television.


You can purchase your own bundle of 14 activity books via Currclick right here.

You can also download FREE dot-to-dot pages right here.  This site does a better job explaining the variety and skill levels of the various pages.

Then check out some of the other activity e-books over here, where you can print up some of the other activities such as Copy the Pictures, Mazes, Coloring, etc.

Or you could enter to win one of three bundles right here with this Rafflecopter drawing below!  Winners will be chosen and announced on Sunday, June 22nd (which is also Baby Thornton 6.0s official due date).


Full disclosure:  I received an Activities bundle to review and some credit at one of my favorite homeschooling stores, Math Mammoth, in exchange for my review and giveaway.  I was a Math Mammoth fan long before this though.  I can't recommend Math Mammoth enough for skill building or just review work.  I first heard about Math Mammoth from Cathy Duffy's book 101 Top Picks for Homeschool Curriculum.

I'll be choosing 3 winners, and you can bet that if I don't get these winners announced Sunday evening, it's because I'm real busy making a new birthday.  I know you'll understand.

a Rafflecopter giveaway

25 comments:

  1. I love the idea of advanced dot to dots! My older kids still love mazes and coloring, so this is perfect! Thanks for passing along such a gem! Now, go have that baby and enjoy!

    ReplyDelete
  2. Great! Would love this to keep my kids busy!

    ReplyDelete
  3. Sam slept through his morning nap this a.m. Just sitting here trying to figure out how this is all going to go down today. Just so you know.

    ReplyDelete
  4. These look great; thank you!

    ReplyDelete
  5. That is a very exciting giveaway. Babies don't keep but activity bundles do so I can use it down the road!

    ReplyDelete
  6. So great! I've been looking for preschool activities for my boys! Looks great!

    ReplyDelete
  7. Math Mammoth sounds great, Jessica! Thanks for the giveaway.

    ReplyDelete
  8. Excited for you to make that new birthday! :) I'm desperate for some good worksheets to give my preschooler this summer. Oy.

    ReplyDelete
  9. My 4-year-old would die of happiness if I handed him a Roman Numeral dot-to-dot... Like, seriously, pee-his-pants excited. He's a little strange...

    ReplyDelete
  10. Things to distract the toddler! Genius. Also, for Mama's-sick-and-doesn't-want-school-to-come-to-a-grinding-halt days.

    ReplyDelete
  11. These look great!

    And your baby's due date is our anniversary. :)

    ReplyDelete
  12. Thanks for the chance to win this great activity. Praying to St. Gerard for a safe and speedy delivery for you and your baby.

    ReplyDelete
  13. I echo what Madeline said! Would love to win this to tuck away for future use with Elizabeth.

    ReplyDelete
  14. I echo what Madeline said! Would love to win this to tuck away for future use with Elizabeth.

    ReplyDelete
  15. I think Baby Thornton is waiting until June 24th because that is the most awesomest day to be born!

    ReplyDelete
  16. I think my daughter would enjoy this

    ReplyDelete
  17. We would love some preschool activities over here!

    ReplyDelete
  18. These seem great for my preschooler, but also the next couple of kids up the line. Thanks for the recommendation. Praying for a safe delivery!

    ReplyDelete