Free printable Curious George coloring, worksheets, crafts, games, party kit - Grand Rapids Holidays | Examiner.com

September is National Literacy Month. And who better to represent it that mischievous monkey Curious George. Curious George has been around many incarnations since WWII when he was "born." His creators, Jews Margaret and H.A. Rey, escaped Nazi occupied France on homemade bikes with the manuscript for Curious George hidden. That adventure was the perfect introduction to nosy, lovable monkey. Here are free printable Curious George coloring pages, worksheets, lessons, activities, crafts, games and even a Curious George birthday party theme.Free printable Curious George coloring, worksheets, crafts, games, party kit - Grand Rapids Holidays | Examiner.com

Free printable Grandparents Day greeting cards, coloring pages, vintage clipart

Grandparent's Day is celebrated on the first Sunday after Labor Day. It falls on Sunday, September 13 in 2015. Grandparents Day is a wonderful way to celebrate family, heritage and the aged. Don't have living grandparents? Adopt some. One of the things seniors really enjoy besides visits from family, are greeting cards. Parents and teachers, why not combine a craft and a service project: print coloring page greeting cards for Grandparents Day. Here are free printable Grandparents Day greeting cards, many of which are color-your-own. Make these cards with family, Sunday School, religious education, scout troop, 4-H, classroom, home-school or daycare. Make cards for elderly relatives, neighbors, home-bound and shut-ins.Free printable Grandparents Day greeting cards, coloring pages, vintage clipart - Grand Rapids Holidays | Examiner.com

 

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