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  • $2.00

    This 8 page preschool coloring book focuses on color words! Each page has a color word and a large picture to color.

    Color words: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, brown, black

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  • $2.50

    This preschool art workbook has a cute animal theme! On each page, students will trace and color a different animal.

    Animals are…

    • – cat
    • – dog
    • – deer
    • – dolphin
    • – fish (goldfish)
    • – giraffe
    • – goat
    • – lion
    • – moose
    • – mouse
    • – shark
    • – sugar glider
    • – zebra
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  • $3.00

    Students can get creative with this art resource! Using the included templates, they can build a single building, a high rise apartment or office building or an entire community!
    Includes the following templates:
    – 1 story building with flat roof
    – 2 story building with flat roof (combine multiple to create a high rise)
    – 1 story peaked roof building
    – Roof templates

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  • $1.50

    Students love to draw? Here are step by step instructions on how to draw these ships:
    – pirate ship
    – tugboat
    – speedboat
    – submarine

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  • $4.00
    Big and bold, Christmas Letters A-Z Coloring Book has been designed for PreK, Kindergarten and 1st Graders! There is a coloring page for EVERY letter A-Z with a Christmas / Winter theme!
    On each page, students will color a picture, color and trace the letter and the word for that letter.
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    Free Easter coloring book!

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    Here are 62 colorful Fall scrapbooking pages that can be used to create classroom, memory books (or) use to create fun, notebooking projects!

    Why wait to the ‘end of the year’ to create a class memory book. Start building memories by creating a classroom memory book from the very beginning of the year! This fall edition of scrapbooking pages can be used in a whole group project and students can look back on it throughout the year!

    Suggested uses:

    • – Back to School writing
    • – Fall / Autumn themed writing (stories, poetry, book reports)
    • – To create a Memory book
    • – In writing centers
    • – For bulletin board displays
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  • Learn My Colors Worksheets

    Easy to use, just print and go worksheets for your students to learn colors and color words: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, brown and black. Students will learn colors as they also practice fine motor skills by coloring, drawing and circling pictures.

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  • $2.00

    A book published in 1911, provides information on how to create a home workshop, important tools and shop equipment and step by step directions on producing a variety of items such as furniture, birdhouses, homemade instruments and more! This 506 page book is not for the very young. It would be best used by 7th-12th grades.

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    A book from 1912 with the ins and outs of embroidery and weaving! It includes detailed information on the tools and materials needed, pattern designing, types of stitches (with illustrations) and much more! (227 pages)

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    This resource, Christmas Coloring Book A-Z, will provide your kids with hours of fun leading up to the Holiday!

    It includes 26 coloring pages (one page for each letter of the alphabet). Each page will show the ‘letter’, a word for that letter’ a coloring picture and a traceable words (such as “S is for Santa”).

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  • $2.50

    This book was written in 1914 and will give the reader a detailed account of tools, the care of tools and designing projects as well as foundational instructions on how to build things from furniture to houses. (166 pages)

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  • Trace and Color the Fruit worksheets

    Easy to use, just print and go worksheets for your students! Students will learn colors as they also practice fine motor skills by coloring fruits of specific colors. This resource can be used as a Science lesson too!

    There are five worksheets:

    • Red: cherry, chili pepper, strawberry, tomato, watermelon (inside), red delicious apple
    • Orange: orange, cantaloupe, peach, pumpkin
    • Yellow: lemon, mango, yellow delicious apple, banana, pineapple
    • Green: chili pepper, grapes, line, honeydew, watermelon (outside), kiwi, zucchini
    • Blue: blueberries / Purple: fig, grapes, plum
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  • $2.00

    A fun craft for December as Christmas approaches! This Build a Nativity resource is my basic set and has templates for the manger, Mary, Joseph and baby Jesus. Templates come in both color AND black and white. Perfect for home, in a Christian classroom or in a Sunday School class!

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  • fun design coloring page 5

    Students can explore color and their creativity with this fun coloring design!

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  • $2.50

    An informational coloring book about the nervous system for elementary students. There are 9 coloring pages plus a short reading comprehension quiz at the end!

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  • Insect and Creepy Crawlies Coloring Book

    This resource is a print and go resource offering 18 coloring pages of insects plus a couple creepy crawlies! Each page has a large picture to color and the name of the ‘bug’ in font that are also ready to color.

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  • $4.99

    Studying birds? Ornithology? Perhaps you are simply looking for coloring pages of beautiful birds? Here is a resource that would be a good addition to your classroom. Some of the birds included: American Kestrel, Nighthawk, Mourning Dove, Barn Swallow, White-breasted Nuthatch, Blue Jay, Cardinal, Baltimore Oriole and many, many more!

    *** 80 coloring pages, each with a different North American species! ***

    Each page features a large b/w illustration of one bird and the type of bird that is displayed.

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    This is a downloadable copy of the book. (133 pages)
    About the book: First published in 1905, the book begins: “As life broadens with advancing culture, and people are able to appropriate to themselves more of the various forms of art, the artist himself attains to greater power, his abilities increase in direct ratio with the progress in culture made by the people and their ability to comprehend him. When one side or phase of an art comes to be received, new and more difficult problems are invariably presented, the elucidation of which can only be effected by a higher development of the faculties. There is never an approach to equilibrium between the artist and his public. As it advances in knowledge of his art, he maintains the want of balance, the disproportion that always exists between the genius and the ordinary man, by rising ever to greater heights. If Bach is the mathematician of music, as has been asserted, Beethoven is its philosopher. In his work the philosophic spirit comes to the fore. To the genius of the musician is added in Beethoven a wide mental grasp, an altruistic spirit, that seeks to help humanity on the upward path. He addresses the intellect of mankind.” According to Wikipedia: “Ludwig van Beethoven (16 December 1770 – 26 March 1827) was a German composer and pianist. He was a crucial figure in the transitional period between the Classical and Romantic eras in Western classical music, and remains one of the most acclaimed and influential composers of all time.”

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