Not anything extremely creative this week for Wednesday. Just some activities and coloring pages that we have found to be incredibly enJOYable. Some are really geared for the tiny tots and some are very appropriate for older elementary. In fact I know some older elementary children who are not too cool for coloring. Actually coloring is still one of my most favorite activities. Even before I had children I kept stock in crayons and coloring books. And, no, they weren't to share with friends who had children. I was very selfish but I am over that now. My children have their own colors and they can
The first two are from one of my most favorite authors--Jan Brett. I adore her stories and her art. Here is a chance to add something if you are reading her stories to your children.
This site was surprising when I found it. I love Celestial Seasonings' tea. They have coloring pages! Drink some tea and color. They also have a catalog. I am going to order from there first chance I get.
Definitely a homeschool mom's help, but a public or private school family would find some cool things for reports and projects!
Bible Kids Funzone...just what it says.
Maps for Geography. Pretty much any country you need they have an outline map for.
I know there are so many more sites out there for free coloring pages and homeschool helps. These are just a few that "works for me!"
Visit Shannon at Rocks in My Dryer. There will be so many wonderful tips from really smart ladies.