The week of Thanksgiving is a major drag when it comes to Thanksgiving. In essence I'm supposed to be teaching them something but really my mind is preoccupied about making the turkey, and did I remember to get the heavy whipping cream and did I tell my mom to pick up soda?, and on and on.
Basically I'm a hot mess any other day but Thanksgiving just kind of sets a 450 degree fire under me to elevate me into a bunch a lotta fun mess.
But you still love me, right?
So we will be doing a lot of worksheets. A lot of printables. A lot of turkey, gratitude themed worksheets that will hopefully sneak some learning into my kiddos without them figuring it out. Oh the twisted webs we weave...
So here are some things I've found on the world wide webs.
Do you like how I say that like old people say "the sugar diabetes"?
Of course you do.
Here's what I've scrounged up for you...
I've been a fan of Free Homeschool Deals as long as the day is short and let me tell you, this time of year is no exception.
Then there's this entire e-book from Apologia that I can't wait to tear into! Apologia is the publisher of the chemistry book we are using this year and so far I have been loving it! There are lots of little science snippets, printables, craft ideas, and more! Super fun!
Over at the Proverbial Homemaker she has a neat Thanksgiving Lego Challenge. This set features lego challenges, copy work, memory verses, coloring pages, devotionals, and more! So amazing for those of us with little ones obsessed with Lego!
Confessions of a Homeschooler also has an adorable Thanksgiving Preschool Printables. Full of different activities you can have fun with puzzles, pre-writing, graphing, and more. I just love all of her products!
So there you have it, my list of printables I have found!
If you have others you'd like to share, please comment below. I love all of your comments and read each and every one of them. You guys are so precious to me and I am so THANKFUL for each and every one of you! I hope these printables help ease some of the stress around the holiday so you can have a blessed time with your little ones!
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