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FREEBIE: Free Christmas Activity Book (ALL)

By Catherine Mcdiarmid-Watt @frugalfreebies
Free Christmas Activity BookJacqueline asked me to make sure you know about all of Education.com’s free and fabulous Christmas activities and ideas for parents.
As a gift to their visitors they put together a free Christmas activity book full of great articles, activities, and printables.
From thumbprint Christmas cards, to a homemade snow globe, to printable Christmas ornaments, there’s enough to keep parents and kids entertained all month long.
The book comes complete with things that families can do together including ideas that parents can use to keep kids motivated over the holidays.
Click for free Christmas Activity book
(Worldwide)
(NOTE - the link to the free book is in the right hand column)
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