Goodness, it’s going to be Thanksgiving before we know it! With that in mind, I thought a Thanksgiving themed Ten on Tuesday list would be appropriate. =) How about ten free Thanksgiving resources? Actually, a few of these are lists so there’s a lot more than ten!
These cover a variety of subject areas and age groups so have fun digging in! Also, don’t forget I have a great big “Free & Frugal Thanksgiving Resource” list myself.
Ten Free Thanksgiving Resources
1.) 50 Free Fall Printables for Kids
From Look We’re Learning, this isn’t solely Thanksgiving related but there are a ton of Thanksgiving-y related resources here.
2.) November Science Calendar Download
This isn’t solely Thanksgiving related either, but there are several Thanksgiving and pumpkin links on here, from The Homeschool Scientist.
3.) November Themed Printables
From A Teaching Mommy, check out this list of November themed printables for younger kids, from Thanksgiving to pumpkins to pilgrims.
4.) Thanksgiving at What’s In The Bible
There are a number of coloring pages, articles and activity pages from the What’s In The Bible team.
5.) Thanksgiving Preschool Printables
A huge and wonderful (and FREE) preschool pack from Confessions of a Homeschooler!
6.) History of Thanksgiving
Mama’s Learning Corner has a nice collection of free printables and unit study resources on the History of Thanksgiving, for multiple grades.
7.) Thanksgiving Poetry
A lovely way to study poetry for Thanksgiving, from Starts at Eight.
8.) Pilgrims Sentence Scramble Activity
Check out this Thanksgiving sentence scramble activity for multiple grades from Sallie Borrink.
9.) Charlie Brown Thanksgiving Chalk Art Tutorial
We are SO doing this: Charlie Brown Thanksgiving chalk art from Hodge Podge.
10.) Printable Thanksgiving Placemats
A fun Thanksgiving activity, print your Thanksgiving Placemats from Mama’s Learning Corner.
This post is linked up to Top Ten Tuesday on the new iHomeschool Network blog. Hop over there for more lists of ten.
Do you have a free Thanksgiving printable or activity of your own? Leave a link in the comments!