Saturday, July 10, 2010

Donna Young Printables

So as we all know, things don't always go as planned. My plan was to officially start this blog in the fall, but I found something today that I have to share, as it may help others as they prepare for the coming school year and may save some money as well!

I am continuing to get organized for the 2010-2011 school year. I had bookmarked a website that a friend recommended for some blank planner sheets. It's http://www.donnayoung.org/. Oh, my. This site is wonderful! Tons of free printables, including math sheets such as graph paper, coordinate grids, multiplication, addition & subtraction charts, scale paper, clocks (for teaching how to tell time), fraction sheets, handwriting paper, including blank colored rule sheets and traceable-letter sheets, science sheets, including nature journals, skeletal drawing for labeling, et cetera.

Okay, I need to stop and leave some surprises for you. You will find tons! I have merely scratched the surface on what is available at this website. She offers countless suggestions for each subject at all levels.

Happy browsing!!

Kari

7 comments:

H-Mama said...

I'll have to check out that website. Thanks! Is it too nerdy that I get excited about school supplies and organizing for the next school year? :)

Kari said...

Well, if it's nerdy, then I'm the queen of the nerds! I love organizing, and I love school supplies. Wow. That did sound nerdy. Oh, well! :)

See Jamie blog said...

I must be a nerd, too, because I totally get excited about school supplies and organizing. I think it's some sort of homeschooling sickness. ;)

Kari said...

Let's call it, "Great minds think alike." :)

AmyBarkerPhoto said...

Hmmm I'll have to go check out the site!

Meghan said...

So excited to start reading your blog!

Meghan
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Kari said...

Thanks, Meghan!

I just checked out your website too. How fun! I can't wait to spend some more time looking around on your site, as well as the Seeds of Faith Women. Looking forward to walking alongside you (and all these other wonderful moms) on this homeschool journey. :)

Kari