It is a fantastic source for free printables! I wanted to share a few that I've used recently.
I sent the above cards to friends, who are indeed dear to me (go, puns!) in celebration of the birth of their son.
These were two activities I printed in preparation of hanging out with a friend's children. With the top one, the last time I had helped with her three, I slapped together a quick treasure hunt. I thought it'd be fun to always have a scavenger hunt on the ready and they can be stored in an empty Altoid tin!
Mr Printables = AMAZING! They offer endless free learning printables for the kiddos.
And then there are the ones that I have downloaded, but am waiting to print.
I've selected most of the states that I've called home to frame in a planned printable collage. Not all 50 states available. Sorry, New Hampshire, amongst others.
This alphabet bunting has all letters, which come in different patterns and colors, including a heart spacer. I thought it might be nice to use to separate Slim's half of the shared bedroom from Curly's. Perhaps just over their beds?
I suggest if you find a free printable that you like and it's downloadable, download it right away. Sometimes printables are not free forever or the creator removes the ability to print or download. I love that so many people who are more artistic and computer savvy than I make the printables available, even for a short time!