Sources and Suggestions for Free Summer Fun

from: Amy Hannold, 247Moms Frugal Living Editor

Free book fun can be found here:

Dover Publications: Every Friday, via email, you’ll receive printable samples of puzzles, art, games, recipes, craft projects, story books and more:

Almost Free, But Definitely Something Uniquely Special: is the place to affordably personalize gifts, notebooks, albums, etc. Think how thrilled your child would be to find his name printed on the front of his own art book!

Free Preschool Activities: Sprout and Nick Jr. offer free preschool –age materials. Printable coloring pages, craft ideas, and more. Both sites also include fun games and videos.

“Dot-to-Dot” Puzzles, They’re Not Just For Kids: offers a free, weekly dot-to-dot puzzle, found here: – Print your free puzzles, craft ideas, chore charts and more. Sign up for their weekly update on new free printables: You never know what your neighbors are giving away! Post an occasional “want” for crafting and activity supplies.

Free Summer Project Idea:

Create a Family Tree – You can begin, or end, the research of your family with this free printable family tree. Consider making a family history scrapbook or journal as a family project. Record audio or written histories and memories from elder members, and the coloring creations of children.

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