I wanted to share with you four of my favorite links this last month that I used to form lessons, inspire creativity, and have fun learning with my children. Now these are all fall or Thanksgiving themed so if you want to indulge in them you still have a little time before the onslaught of winter/ Christmas activities.
I would also recommend as you look through the activities to keep a few things in mind:
- Where is your child developmentally? Just because the activity looks fun or cute to you doesn’t mean it won’t frustrate you and your child if it is outside his current skill set.
- What resources does it require? Can you afford to buy what you are missing? Is there a way for you to create a substitute for what you are missing here at home?
- Do you have the time and/ or energy to to commit to this lesson or craft?
From there enjoying looking through the links and discovering things you can do with your kiddos.
1+1+1=1 is always full of wonderful lessons and printables, and her Thanksgiving Preschool Pack is no exception.
At Serving Joyfully, I found this wonderful preschool Fall Fun Pack, for my oldest, Chloe.
Over at Frugal Homeschool Family, I was able to find these wonderful color pages that both my 2-year old and 4-year old have enjoyed.
The final link I want to share I discovered through Pinterest. This link from Diapers & Daisies provided much inspiration for us over the last couple months and I hope to find more inspiration from them in the coming months.