Now glory be to God!
By his mighty power at work within us,
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than we would ever dare to ask or hope.

Ephesians 3:20

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Tuesday, November 23, 2010

T is for.....

Here's a peek at what we've been up to in our homeschool recently...... 

I found all of these resources, online, for free.  

Except for the first one which was in this workbook.

TURKEY!  Interesting note, my 4 year old attempted to spell/write our last name on the "name" line.  For those of you who know our last name, you know this is no small feat! He got to practice writing, cutting and pasting on this page.

After we watched a video on the history of the holiday the boys colored and cut out these turkeys.  We also read several verses as relate to thanking God in good times and bad and to thanking Him with our whole heart.

T is for THANKS.  Coloring sheet by 4 year old who was in a hurry to do something else, lol.

T is for Turkey Feathers file folder game (to review basic math facts) from File Folder Fun

The inside of the file folder and the feathers/game pieces.
S practicing his math facts.

Lil brother is very interested in learning what big brother is doing.  Imagine my surprise one day when lil brother saw a - and said that's a minus sign, mom.   All from observing his big brother's math lessons.

After we worked on it for a bit.  This pictures doesn't show all the math sentences, but the sums/differences equal the number on the turkey "pocket".

T is for Thessalonians.  T is for Thanks.  T is for it's not just about the turkey.  This page came from Bible Story Printables.

Mini books the boys colored, cut out and assembled with the memory verse. Mini book also came from Bible Story Printables.
One inside page of one memory book.

I am THANKFUL for the many creative and brilliant folks out there who are willing to share their creations with the world.  I'm not all that crafty, so these things are very helpful to me.  It helps our homeschool so much to have these kind of resources so readily and freely available.  And for free too.

I'd love to hear how your week has gone.  Did you do anything special related to the holiday?  Did you take a break from school work completely?  We still did our core subjects too, but it was more of a review in addition to our Thanksgiving themed work.

Happy Thanksgiving.

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