Little Free Library; National project to promote literacy and the love of reading by building free book exchanges worldwide. Each Little Library is unique and darling!

Little Free Library; National project to promote literacy and the love of reading by building free book exchanges worldwide. Each Little Library is unique and darling!

Free Printable: Animal Charades Game for Kids (with Zoo and Farm Animals)~ Buggy and Buddy

Animal Charades for Kids (Free Printable

Yes, you can just purchase an already made Little Free Library for your family or neighborhood.  You can also honor an organization or special person with it.

Yes, you can just purchase an already made Little Free Library for your family or neighborhood. You can also honor an organization or special person with it.

This is a packet of songs I have created for each of the bossy r sounds.  There is a song for /ar/, a song for /or/, and a song for the /er/ sound.  If you would like worksheets to go along with these songs, you can get them at: Bossy R Music and Worksheet Pack

This is a packet of songs I have created for each of the bossy r sounds. There is a song for /ar/, a song for /or/, and a song for the /er/ sound. If you would like worksheets to go along with these songs, you can get them at: Bossy R Music and Worksheet Pack

Little Free Libraries: The Bookwalter family's Little Free Library in Georgetown. The book-sharing movement began about a year ago in Wisconsin.

Little Free Libraries: The Bookwalter family's Little Free Library in Georgetown. The book-sharing movement began about a year ago in Wisconsin.

BookCrossing.com: 'If you love your book, let it go!" Register your book for a free, unique BookCrossing ID and then share it by giving it away or leaving it in a public place to be picked up and read. The next reader can enter the BCID to report where it has been found so that you can follow your book's adventures.

BookCrossing.com: 'If you love your book, let it go!" Register your book for a free, unique BookCrossing ID and then share it by giving it away or leaving it in a public place to be picked up and read. The next reader can enter the BCID to report where it has been found so that you can follow your book's adventures.

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