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Printable bubble letters have been incredibly popular here.We love them too!
They are great for craft patterns, making signs, coloring pages, and for classroom lessons.The Woo!Jr Network adds bubble letters regularly, so check there for the latest additions.And you might also like these printable alphabet worksheets, too!For more free printables, check out these printable mad libs, printable word puzzles, printable mazes and printable coloring pages.thankyou soooo much i needed them for my science fair project!!!![...] week I wanted to push and get another set of bubble letters done.I love the classic Christmas calligraphy letters I put up last week, but thought it would be [...] Posted by Christmas Bubble Letters | Craft Jr.| December 3, 2009, 2:22 pm [...] might also enjoy our collection of printable bubble letters, too!Share and Save for [...] Posted by Learning ABC’s Worksheets | Classroom Jr.| March 25, 2010, 8:34 am Is there any thing like this with numbers.The letters are awesome Thanks Cathy I love the bubble lettering.Great ideas for scrapbooking.Thanks Chloe [...] out more printables with our printable word puzzles, printable mazes, or our awesome printable bubble letters!Share and Save for [...] Posted by Summer Mad Libs | Classroom Jr.| May 5, 2010, 1:48 pm [...] – I have printable alphabet letters on my kids blog network at Classroom Jr, which would make some pretty adorable art for kids [...] [...] Pages: Printable Alphabet Letters, Printable Animal [...] Posted by Alphabet Wall Art for Young Children | Craft Jr.| January 25, 2011, 7:05 am The Woo!Jr.Kids Activities Network was founded by Wendy Piersall, a well known social media mom who has appeared on the Today Show & written for Entrepreneur.com as an advocate for women in business.She is also writing her first book, Mom Blogging for Dummies, being released in the summer of 2011 by Wiley Publishing.But behind it all is a mother of three who keeps herself sane by being creative and crafty with her kids.© 2012 Classroom Jr.