Kids Learning Printables Linky Party #14

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Co-host:   Montessori Nature

This week at our house, we've been trying to get back into a routine for the new year.  The kiddos and I are all adjusting to our new schedule and so excited about new changes still yet to come.  I find it easier to take baby steps when making changes that will effect the entire family.

I was so delighted to see our linky party growing!  There were so many great printables shared.  As the new year starts, I'm trying to make some changes at Every Star Is Different also.  My Kids Learning Printables  Linky Party posts are not bringing in an audience for those being featured, like I would like.  I want everyone to know about your great printables.  Starting next week, you'll be noticing a few additions to the linky party posts in hopes that they will attract a bigger audience.  After all, YOU deserve a bigger audience.  Thank you so much for linking up your great printables!

Here are my features for the week:
 1.  Student Calendar from A is for Adventures of Homeschool.


3.  Tanogram Inspired Shape Puzzles for Toddlers from Totschooling.

4. Squigz Building Cards from Memorizing the Moments.

5.  Watermelon Do-a-Dot Printables from Gift of Curiosity.


Here's how this works!

You:
1.  Link up to 3 educational printables for kiddos.  Free, paid, and giveaway printables are welcome.
2.  Add our Kids Learning Printables Linky Party Button to your post or blog.
3.  Support your fellow educators by commenting, pinning, and/or sharing the post published before yours.
4.  If you're not already doing so, follow me on FacebookPinterest, Twitter, and/or through my blog.
5.  You give me permission to use and repost images from your blog.

Me:
1.  Visit all posts.
2.  Share and pin as many links as possible throughout the week.
2.  Feature my favorite posts in next week's link up.
3.  Get to know you, your blog, and your printables for future use.

Let's get this party started!
Every Star Is Different

4 comments:

  1. Thanks so much for featuring my free alligator printables post, Renae! And thanks for hosting each week. :)

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    1. You're welcome Deb! It was my pleasure. Such a new and unique idea. I just love those!

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