September Resources

welcome to September

Welcome to September!

Can you believe that summer is over? The leaves are starting to turn, the days are getting shorter, and excitement is in the air.

To many families, Labor Day (September 2, 2013) is the real New Year. The older siblings are back at school, and maybe your preschooler is on the verge of becoming a kindergartner!

Play a back-to-school dressup game!
Sing some back-to-school songs!
Challenge your little one with back-to-school dot-to-dot puzzles.
Little ones never tire of back-to-school coloring pages.

For the Jewish community, September really is the New Year. Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur (September 4-6, 2013 and September 14, 2013) come right after Labor Day this year.

Watch a funny video your little one will appreciate.
Read some beautiful seasonal children’s books.
Enjoy some awesome seasonal coloring pages!

Did you know that September 22, 2013 is Elephant Appreciation Day?  I sure didn’t! Here are enough elephant-related activities to keep your little one busy for a while!

Learn about elephants!
Color elephants!
Solve an elephant puzzle!
Dress up a pink elephant!

Enjoy those precious, still-warm days of September! Remember that time with your little one will slip through your fingers, so enjoy every minute.

 

Printable Holiday Fun  More than 331 printable coloring pages and puzzles for Halloween, Christmas, Valentine’s Day, Thanksgiving, Easter, 4th of July, St. Patrick’s Day, Hanukkah and Passover. Also includes more than 31 printable Valentine’s Day cards. All in easy-to-use PDF format.

Print as many copies as you want. Great for teachers, parents, scout leaders, rainy days, party activities, family get-togethers, long car rides and kids!

  • 331+ Printable Activity Sheets
  • Coloring pages, word searches, dot-to-dot puzzles, spot-the differences.
  • For Halloween, Christmas, Valentine’s Day, Thanksgiving, Easter, and more.
  • All in easy to use PDF format. Print as many as you want.
  • Great for teachers, parents, scout leaders and kids!

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