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4th of July Printables Review and Giveaway!

Week one of summer DONE, and yes we have all survived! I think it has only been with the help of these great printable games I have been given the chance to review. Python Printable Games has really been a life saver for my sanity. My children and I have enjoyed fun Independence Day themed games like Mad Libs, which has really brought back childhood memories! There is also great trivia that has been a great learning tool for the gap I feel in our public you remember when the Emancipation Proclamation was written? Most of all I can't wait for our long camping trip over the 4th of July holiday so we can do a scavenger hunt! There is also great adult games that have been fun to quiz my husband on. Do you know your US beers...........I didn't lol. This really would be great for any 4th of July party. With games for children of all ages and adults everyone is sure to be entertained.
You can win a set of printable downloads all for your own :O) just make sure to enter on the rafflecopter form below! Good Luck and have a safe 4th of July.

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Rebecca said…
Thanks for the giveaway! :)
Thanks for the giveaway!
Amanda T said…
I worked with Python in the past. They are great!

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