Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Thanksgiving Lesson Plans

For the month of November and December we're taking a break from our normal lesson plans around here and focusing on the holidays!  This month we are practicing being thankful of course, and next month we will be focusing on Christ by celebrating Advent. Here's what we've been up to...

Morning time:
  • Interactive Calendar (Although I've revamped our calendar from how I originally created it.  It doesn't look nearly as nice now, but it's much easier to use!)
  • Devotions using His Mighty Warrior, which I'm really enjoying!)
  • Singing time (Trevor is learning Come Thou Fount and the Doxology to help reinforce that all of our blessings come from God!)
  • Reading The Thanksgiving Story. We're really enjoying this book.  It's a chapter book, so it is hard enough to challenge, but still simple enough to be enjoyed.

Sorry you can't actually see Trevor =) This video was taken very early morning when I enjoy a nice dark house.  If I get the chance to take a better one I'll switch it.

Thanksgiving Tree:

Fun and Games:
  (I can't remember what blog I found the Thanksgiving timeline game on...if you are reading this and it's yours, please let me know!)

And of course we are still visiting grandparents, going to the library, playing at the gymnastics center, going to our homeschool group, class at church etc.

What have you been up to?  I love getting new ideas and still need to think of a few things to do for the next week or so!

Happy Thanksgiving!
I'm linked up at:

Savannah's Homeschool Writing Prompts

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  1. Great list of resources. Thanks for sharing.

  2. Miss MOE, thank you so much for stopping by! Hope you found this helpful.

  3. What fun activities you have planned!! And that book is a new one to me, I'll have to put it on the list for next year. Welcome to TGIF - so glad you linked up. Looking forward to seeing you again next week~ Happy Thanksgiving,
    Beth =-)

  4. Love the new design! And thanks for the Thanksgiving timeline!... using it this week : )

  5. Thanks, Kristina!

    Uh, oh. I didn't create that timeline...I assumed that it showed the original author....I'm going to have to go figure out where I found that at!

  6. We have Thanksgiving storybooks that we read each year, but we have need to pull them out tomorrow. Thanks for the reminder! I also love your Thanksgiving tree! I have wanted to do one of those, but maybe we will start with a wreath, like someone commented on your post. I'm stopping by from HHH. Happy Thanksgiving!

  7. Thanks for linking up and the new HS writing prompts have been posted. Here is a direct link -


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