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Welcome back to Adventure Story Book Club for the new monthly theme of October 2014! My family is all ready to explore this months theme of “Fall Fun”. Last week we put together our fall bucket list & pulled out our fall decor! Are you ready for some crisp autumn weather and nature exploring? We would love for you to join along as we bring choose a book based on the fall theme and add learning activities to bring your book to life! Make sure you come back on October 17th to check out some awesome “Fall Fun” themed Books with learning Activities & don’t forget to link up your fall book adventures as well!!!!
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With the 4th of July approaching we have been studying US history. I have been working on teaching the children how to draw the flag and say the pledge of allegiance. I decided to make a quick printable to go along the the teaching. Hope you enjoy it! Happy Teaching!
For those of you who know me or have just started following my blog you have probably already figured out that I LOVE all things travel, maps, & flags. As a family we are constantly looking for new ways to studying other countries & cultures.
I also love celebrating the forgotten or overlooked holidays such as National Doughnut Day, Talk Like A Pirate Day, Flag Day, and the list goes on! With flag day right around the corner I have been brainstorming on what we could study this week revolving around Flags.
After much thought I decided it would be fun to make a USA State Flag garland with the kids this week while studying the US states and capitals. I also thought you would all enjoy it as this months FREE subscriber printable!!!!