Preschool Bundle of the Week

Hello, friends!  I apologize that the crickets have been chirping here at Simple Kids. We are in the middle of a super busy season of life at our house, so my online time is pretty limited.

Actually, the break from the computer has been kind of nice, I just wish the circumstances involved something like rest and relaxation on a beach somewhere sunny and not the fact that it is tax season and I”m doing quite a bit of solo parenting these days.

I did want to hop on the computer quickly though, and let you know about this week”s bundle of the week ebook sale, which includes 5 ebooks on preschool activities.

Note:  I am an affiliate for Bundle of the Week.

This week’s bundle includes a collection of ebooks jam packed full of activities for preschool and beyond!

You’ll discover books to read together, educational activities around your home and strategies for making the most of every learning opportunity. This week only, get all 5 ebooks for just $7.40 (a savings of more than 70%).

readMamaspotWhat it looks like when I read these days … I bet some of you can relate!

I Can Teach My Child to Read! by Jenae Jacobson
In I Can Teach My Child to Read, Jenae provides parents with the fundamentals of teaching a child to read in simple, easy-to-understand language that can be implemented the minute you finish reading it. Whether your children will attend public school, private school, or be homeschooled, this book gives you the tools to give them a valuable head start that will benefit them for years to come.

Fifty Books to Enjoy with Kids by Veronica Getskow
Fifty Books to Enjoy with Kids is a reading guide for parents of young children, aged 2 to 8. With 50 must-read book recommendations plus extension activities to take each story farther, to play together, to explore together, and to enjoy the novelty of a great book, this ebook offers a fun reading program for preschool and beyond.

Circle Time by Kendra Fletcher
Circle Time isn’t just for preschoolers, and in this ebook, Kendra describes her family’s fabulous, all-ages-are-welcome, group teaching time that allows them to pray together, laugh together, and get to the subjects they often run out of time for otherwise. You’ll discovery strategies for planning circle time and ideas for making it fun for kids as well as resources, activities, ideas and printables for your own circle time!

Flourishing Spring by Michele Augur
Make the most of rainy days with over 25 ideas for creating intentional moments with children, including multiple variations, allergy-friendly recipes, and simple resources. With boredom busters, homemade gift ideas, and nourishing meal suggestions, Michele offers plenty of ideas for filling a rainy day!

Finding Educational Activities in the Most Unexpected Places by Angie Kauffman
In Finding Educational Activities in the Most Unexpected Places, Angie features ideas for using commonly found objects in and around your home for educational activities with young children. As a former in-home developmental therapist, Angie was inspired to show families that meaningful learning activities don’t have to come from expensive toys and equipment, but can be found in everyday objects at home.

I actually already own Fifty Books to Enjoy with Kids, but I”ll be picking up this bundle anyway because I”d love to read the rest.  And, now that I”ve figured out how to transfer ebooks to my  new Kindle (thanks to my wonderful husband) it will be nice to have access to these great resources all in one place.

Hope you”re having a great week!

The Preschool Activities bundle is only available through 8am EST on Monday, 4/8. If you”d like to pick up this bundle, act soon!

About Kara

Kara Fleck is the editor of Simple Kids. She is a small town mama, writer, knitter, bookworm, and hooligan. Kara lives in Indiana with her husband Christopher and their four children Jillian, Max, Lucy, and Amelia. You can find more of her writing at

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  1. You mentioned transferring the books to your Kindle. I have tried this via the Kindle email that is supposed to convert them but I still get some that have weird symbols and such. I wondered if the authors has done something to keep them from being coverted to the Kindle format. Do you have a secret you could share? Thanks!

    • Hmmm, Lisa, I’m not sure. I’ve transferred about a dozen ebooks and pdf’s of knitting patterns following the Kindle instructions (emailing them) and I haven’t had an issue with any of them.

      Sorry I can’t be more help!

  2. Thank you for sharing these! LOVE that picture… that’s usually how i’m reading, too, or with one eye open while the other is closed, trying to finish a few more pages before bed…
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