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I am so excited to let everyone know that I have been busy this month working on my latest pack to share this month for free on So You Call Yourself A Homeschooler. This month’s pack is My Printable Thanksgiving Art Pack, so make sure to hop on over to read all about it and download your free copy today HERE!   ...

When the month of November tends to roll around many thoughts tend to wander off about what gift to create or purchase for someone for the December holidays. But what about teaching our children to show their love and appreciation to those near and dear to them on Thanksgiving Day? That is why this year Beck and Elizabeth have been busy creating a children’s...

Just in time for you to prepare for Thanksgiving I am happy to announce my latest pack in my Early Learning Series!  This Thanksgiving themed activity pack is perfect for PreK-K level students.  This pack focuses on teaching letters, shapes, numbers, and hand-to-eye coordination through the following components: General Skills: Pattern recognition and...

Do you love a good parade?  How about a children’s book about one of the greatest parade’s of all time, the Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade?  I have reviewed a book called Balloons Over Broadway that tells the story of Tony Sarg, the innovative puppeteer behind the original big balloons that entertain us each year, over on The Library Adventure. Drop...

With Thanksgiving right around the corner it is time to start thinking about what we are all thankful for in our lives.  Each family and person, child or adult, will have something different to be thankful for.  To help celebrate being thankful I have come up with a catchy learning song for Thanksgiving set to the Twelve Days of Christmas. This song is set for the...

I would like to introduce to you a really useful planning pack specifically for children to use during the month of November. This is the first pack in the Multi Taskin’ Mom’s 12 month Children’s Planner Series.  Once released, each children’s planning pack will be themed differently and will have slightly different components to make them unique in their...

  I hope that you have enjoyed following along with our lessons and activities centered around Thanksgiving this month. Beck and Elizabeth have been busy little bee’s finishing up all of our learning before we take a much needed 2 week Thanksgiving break from school. We are loving the flexibility of year round homeschooling! It was hard starting school in...

Beck and Elizabeth have been busy little bee’s the last week or so with some wonderful Thanksgiving themed learning.  Our house is overflowing with Thanksgiving learning so I have split this post into two parts and tried to include as many links as I can find for what we have done. Grow Indian corn: I stumbled across this experiment on Pinterest a while back...

  I LOVE a good Thanksgiving Day Parade! It has long been a tradition in my family to get the turkey in the oven just as it is time to watch the parade on Thanksgiving morning. While I have never been able to see the parade live it is still just as magical to me watching it on television each year with loved ones. I was inspired to do a little learning with...

I wanted to add a little fall/pumpkin fun into our schoolroom! I created this pumpkin template by printing it onto cardstock. Then, I wrote a family member’s name on the leaf of the steam. I included step by step instructions with the template so that you know how to fold the pumpkin to make it a standing pumpkin. I have several throughout my home now. Some of them...

Our family has been homeschooling for 5 years now and sometimes when I am planning and setting up our lesson plans I find some topics that I need to update or upgrade to our new grade levels.  While I was planning for this November I realized that the way I teach the children about The First Thanksgiving needs a little refreshing and a jolt of new life. I created...

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