Thanksgiving Printables and Resources
Am I the only one who just looked at the calendar and saw how close Thanksgiving is already? Sometimes I am thankful for blog deadlines, because it ensures that I do get some of my great ideas (lol) completed!
My 9yr. old daughter and I read The Imagination Station Problems in Plymouth together. My daughter has enjoyed all the books in this series (I wrote reviews for Book 1 and 2, and Books 3 and 4. In book 6, we were transported back to Plymouth and met Miles Standish, William Bradford, Squanto and others. It was a nice book that led to several discussions about Thanksgiving.
I printed off some more Thanksgiving mini-cards for my little girls to color (I originally posted these last year.) You can use these as-is or make them decorative mini-flags by folding the card over a craft stick and glueing closed.
I also printed off several of these Thanksgiving Thankful Mats. I’m going to have my kids write what they are thankful for, color the color-by-number turkey, and then cover with contact paper for an easy holiday placemat.
If I have time I also hope to check out the following Thanksgiving resources from these talented bloggers:
- Thanksgiving word cards from Homeschool Creations
- Thanksgiving Preschool Pack from 1+1+1=1
- Turkeys Unit from 2 Teaching Mommies
- Thanksgiving Unit from 2 Teaching Mommies
- Thanksgiving tot pack from Lawteedah
- Various Thanksgiving Crafts & Printables from Christian Preschool Printables