Remember when you were young; what holidays were like in school? I recall doin’ a lot of coloring for each new holiday that rolled around. For the New Year, we colored banners with messages to usher out the old an’ welcome in the new. For Valentine’s Day, we colored an’ cut hearts, hearts an’ more hearts. Nearly all of the decorations were created by the kids, for the kids. Those decorations that weren’t provided by the kids were few an’ expensive. Remember that? I’m not a teacher, but I’ve known many teachers who spent much more than they could afford on classroom decorations an’ supplies.
Wouln’t it be nice if there were an inexpensive way to get new decorations each year, instead of havin’ all those expensive decorations wind up in a box with so many other supplies, that the edges are curling or the pages are gettin’ creased? Hold onto your horses ’cause I have news for you!
Python Games gave me the chance to try out their Halloween Printables so’s I could tell you all about ’em. To be really honest, I din’t expect a whole lot, as I had not previously known about Python Printables. However, when I clicked on the link to download the games, I was completely shocked at the quality an’ attention to detail that was involved. At every click of the mouse, I was more thrilled by all that was included.
‘Course, you know how much I love puzzles. There are numerous puzzles, in shapes to compliment the holiday. Here’s one:
You can make as many copies as you wanna’ an’ really decorate your classroom, office, party hall or wherever you feel like celebratin’ the fun.
All opinions are strictly my own. I was given a complimentary packet of printables to review, but other than that, I was not compensated in any way. Tomoson.com is a place where bloggers can apply for any promotions you like for free. I so appreciate Tomoson.com an’ Python Printables for sharing this opportunity with me. I am sold on both companies. You will be, too.
Until the next time, keep a hug on. ~ Yaya