Christmas brings warm fuzzy feelings to our hearts but it can be really chaotic too. It is often hard to maintain our school schedules. Some of us choose to take the month off, others like to have a little light fun activity and still other homeschoolers like to continue their routines, which ever type of homeschooler you are there are many resources here for you to choose from.
Last year my favorite study with the kids was on Reindeer. It was such a big hit that I have a feeling we will be doing more with it this year. It felt like the right activity to share. So let’s start with those resources first.
Polar Express by Chris Van Allsburg– 53 Activity Pages for elementary students or Free Printable Pack. How about Comparing the book and movie. You might like to add some of these Craft and Activities or help your little ones decorate these Polar Express Tickets . Don’t forget to mix up some hot Chocolate too.
Need some simple math activities to keep the kids minds fresh and still have time to relax for the holiday ? How about some of these…
Winter Math with Mathwire – Pascal’s, tangrams, place value, glyph’s, themed pages, Gingerbread Geometry, and Coordinate Graphing
Racing Rudolph- Dice Game – Learn number values
Bible Activities for the Season
Ultimate List of Nativity Resources– An amazing list from Spell out loud. Just about anything you would want in resources.
Nikki mom of 5 and schools at home 4 children. She blogs At Angels of Heart.