Some of my earliest Thanksgiving memories are from sitting quietly coloring a Thanksgiving coloring page or playing while watching The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade. We’d pick up my elderly Aunt Caroline (I’m still not entirely sure how we were related) in the morning and then the rest of the day would be spent in Macy’s and coloring bliss.
Celebrating the start of a new year was always a ton of fun when my kids were little. Preschool New Year’s Activities, like the ones below, are the best at involving kids in the fun of the countdown tradition!
Are you ready for the holidays? Between school, working, gift buying, and all of the other responsibilities during the holiday season, it can be easy to forget the true meaning of the holiday. Thankfully, this Book-a-Day Christmas Advent Calendar is just the thing to help refocus your attention and bring the true meaning and spirit of the season into your home.
It is almost time to baste our turkeys and dig into some serious pumpkin pie. I am like a kid in the candy store on Thanksgiving, because it is the one holiday that hasn’t been hijacked. Halloween is all about the candy, and Christmas is all about the presents, but Thanksgiving? Thanksgiving is all about the food and family.
As we were whipping up the Thanksgiving Turkey Tissue Boxes the other day, we were left with a bunch of leftover turkey…of the construction paper kind, of course. So, what do homeschool moms do when faced with potential construction paper scraps? That’s right! We turn them into a learning activity. Here are four ways to turn your Thanksgiving turkey decorations into some hands-on, outside the box, feather-filled learning fun.