7 FREE Learning Resources for the holidays!

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I haven’t started decorating for the holidays yet. Personally it’s too soon! But as a book blogger, I’ve had Christmas themed books on my mind since early September! and thus I’ve been thinking about ways to tweak our homeschool curricula with a little Christmas flair when the time comes. One of my favorite resources for go-to printables with no color and no hassel is Moffatt Girls packs. I need to buy the next level! You can find her stuff on TeachersPayTeachers.

The Little Fir Tree

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Guaranteed every year, I’ll probably tell you that I’m most excited about the books. The children’s books that is. Each year we put our Halloween/Leaves/Fall/Pumpkin/Thanksgiving books away in a box. Another box hosts our Christmas/Winter/New Years holiday themed books. When it is time to get out this box, all the memories come flooding back. In a perfect world, all my books would be out all the time. However, I believe such a thing would cause the Enginerd to lose his sanity. 😉 Yet… it is not just about the books. I’m looking forward to breaking out the Martha Stewart Cookie Cookbook! I’m looking forward to the Snickerdoodles and Ranger cookies! I cannot wait for the sales on gingerbread house kits right before the holidays and the stores start putting away their Christmas items! It is our favorite January past time before school gets back to full swing.

When I was little it was the family gatherings. When each of my big siblings came home I was delighted. As the baby of the family, I was much an only child from about 12-years-old on up and having them return was always the highlight for me. I hope one day my own children might cherish getting together as much as I do. I would love to be the house they want to go to for Thanksgiving, Christmas, and so on.

Winter Preschool and Tot Activities (archived lined up!)

7 FREE Learning Resources

#FreebieFriday Holiday

Free Online Math Course ($59.99 value, offered for limited time) – Get a single grade level of your choice FREE ($59.99 Value). The free offer includes a curriculum eBook, UNLIMITED worksheets & tests, and an automatic grading and tracking system! Simply download the file with your order and follow the instructions provided in that document to get your free single grade level of your choice.

Christmas Knock-Knock Jokes – Christmas laughs, anyone? Have fun with these timeless Christmas knock-knock jokes. This is a FREE product provided to you from Knowledge Box Central.

Christmas Tree Clipart – Receive five patterned Christmas Tree clipart in .png format. Use the clipart for your holiday party invitation, social media contests, or any holiday graphics you create!

Holiday Coloring Book – This coloring book is a hands-on way to get excited for all of our favorite winter things. The 20 pages include writing prompts and interesting facts about the winter holidays! Fun for parents too 🙂

Holiday Themed Morning Work – This morning work is great for 2nd grade to differentiate in 1st grade or 3rd grade. Each morning work page has a variety of math and literacy skills such as cause and effect, spelling, addition, word problems, subtraction, fact and opinion, synonyms and more! Also included are answer keys.

Christmas Coloring & Writing Prompts – Your kiddos will have some FUN coloring these five Christmas pictures, and practice their best handwriting to write about each picture!

Countdown to Christmas Break – These activities for Kindergarten to 1st graders includes color words, counting to 10, friendly letter writing, counting by 10s to 100, nouns and verbs, rhyming words, sentence scrambles, and more!

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About CherryBlossomMJ

The Creative Madness Mama also known as Margaret is a Christian Stay-at-home Mama, married to the Enginerd, Quilter, avid reader and book-a-holic. A book blogger for bunches of different publicists. She loves to share the latest and greatest about books coming out as well as her quilt and other crafty projects with some pictures of her Kindergartener AppleBlossom, newborn Almond Blossom (the boy!) and toddler OrangeBlossom in between. Plotting to be a homeschooler, she's a cloth diapering, breastfeeding, babywearing, list making mama full of a little creative and a lot of madness.