I love these great Thanksgiving learning activities I found to use in our homeschool!
Who doesn’t love Thanksgiving? The amazing smells of Turkey dinner and the Thanksgiving decor around the house… oh so good!
I’m learning to cultivate gratitude with this inspiring Illustrated Faith devotional kit. I am convinced that gratitude is an exercise we need to practice daily!
Even though Thanksgiving is long gone here in Canada, I’m still in Thanksgiving mode.
7 Blog Posts Filled with FUN Thanksgiving Learning Activities for Your Homeschool!
Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays, not that I think that one day is enough to be thankful because it is not, for sure! But it does bring our minds back to focus on all we have to be thankful for in the midst of the crazy busyness in our lives.
The Bible teaches us to be thankful in all circumstances, to give thanks all the time it’s God’s will for us in Christ Jesus. When you are thankful for what you have then you become also much happier!
This is the season to especially focus on teaching our children to be content. They have so much to be thankful for! The best way for us to teach them is by example, no questions about it! Also by providing lively and fun lesson and opportunities for them to learn about thankfulness.
These Thanksgiving blog posts are filled with fun Thanksgiving learning ideas, resources, and activities to incorporate into your homeschool and your family traditions.
Thanksgiving Brick Challenge (Free!) at Proverbial Homemaker
Fun and Frugal Thanksgiving Ideas for Kids of All Ages at There’s No Place Like Home
Story Time: Cranberry Thanksgiving at Lit Mama Homeschool
10 Thanksgiving Crafts and Ideas for Middle School Students at Our Unschooling Journey
THANKSGIVING PRINTABLES & ACTIVITES by Time Saving Mom
15 Fall Themed STEM Activities at Real Moms Winging It
This is not technically a Thanksgiving post but you will be blown away with the awesome STEM activities here!
Your Turn: What do you like the most about Thanksgiving? What Thanksgiving activities you love to do with your children?
Do you want to teach your kids independence and responsibility?