Do You Like Free Stuff?
Of course you do!!
Here are some resources I found to get
free stuff that is also educational and FUN!
This Coloring Book will introduce you to
21 endangered plants & animals found in the United States.
Color oceans, swamps, deserts, islands and a variety of plants and animals.
To order a free bound copy of the “Endangered Species Coloring Book” contact:
I LOVE Origami and so do many children of all ages!
This is a site where you can follow step by step instructions
to make some really cool things out of paper!
I was thinking that you can have them
use unwanted/recycled paper to practice on and then,
when they have perfected their folding skills,
you can download and print out gorgeous paper on the same site!
I have printed some amazing designs on this site.
Gift of Kindness Cards and Poster
I LOVE this site because it teaches children the intrinsic reward
achieved from performing random acts of kindness
by giving you Free “Kindness Cards” to
pass along with whatever good deed you do!
“This card enables you to present a tangible reminder
of kindness to its recipient.
The purpose of the card is not to elicit a reward or response
but rather to be used in times of autonomy
where the recipient can appreciate the act.
The card draws emphasis to the actual Gift of Kindness
provided and hopefully prompts the recipient to
“pass it on”
(your kids will too)
You can also download a free “kindness” poster
for your child’s (or family’s) wall from the same site.
Save Our Planet by Reducing Waste, Reusing and Recycling!
You can get a Free Membership Kit for your child that includes:
An official membership certificate
An official Planet Protectors Club badge
Activity booklets for grades K-3 and 4-5
Enjoy meaningful time with your child!
If YOU know of any other great resources like these,
please leave them in the comment section for everyone to enjoy!
! Have a Fabulous Day ! – Jenny at Dapperhouse
What great finds! It really is amazing what you can find on the internet. I’ll be ordering a couple of these to do with my son. The endangered species coloring book looks fun! Stumbled the post.
Sarah @ made in usa challenge
The Organic Blonde
Great list! I think everyone loves free stuff but this is such a positive list for kids to engage their imaginations!
My kids are discovering paper folding/origami this winter! Funny you should mention that one! I think we’re on the same wave length!
Kelly A. Tanner
Great activities for the kids, with educational value even! Thanks for sharing!
Great stuff for kids! I love the educational factor!
I love to find new activities for kids; especially when they are also educational.
Thanks for the ideas.
I love the kindness cards….everybody should do this!
I like the kindness cards. Great ideas!
I love the coloring book on endangered species, my granddaughters do also I printed out a few of the pages for when they visit….
What wonderful ways for kids to learn about the environment and helping…plus, you can’t beat the price of free! 🙂 I love freebies, and there are many great things out there if you look.
Oooh! My son would love to do origami! Thanks for the idea. 🙂
Thanks for sharing. We are always looking for fun/free things to do with our son to spark creativity.
I love origami, my son is a bit too little still. When he gets bigger and past the I’d rather rip it up stage we will be doing a lot of it! The internet is a great resource.
These activity ideas look very fun. Thanks for sharing!
Fantastic post, thank you for sharing these free things I can get for my granddaughter.
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