With preschoolers around, I love changing up their work to reflect the seasonal changes that are happening outside. As we head deeper into the fall, we can look forward to some wonderful holidays and time with our families. This may mean some traveling or guest in our home. I love this time of year because we inch closer to Christmas.
School doesn’t have to get monotonous, change things up to keep learning alive. I know when we’ve been working steadily in a workbook for awhile, a change in routine is always welcomed.
You can look forward to Thanksgiving in your home with some of these books for kids. I love creating activities based off of books. Reading a wonderful way to spend time together and then when you create something from it, it allows for more discussion as well.
Pete the Cat: The First ThanksgivingThe Story of the PilgrimsThanksgiving Is for Giving ThanksThe Berenstain Bears Give Thanks
For pre-writers, these Thanksgiving tracing worksheets help your little one practice their hand-eye coordination as they get ready to become proficient writers.
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