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First Thanksgiving Unit Study {30 Days of Thanksgiving Activities for Kids – Day 11}

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Lately I’ve been sharing some fun Thanksgiving activities for kids. For the next few days of my 30 Days of Thanksgiving Activities for kids, I want to share ideas you can integrate into your homeschool. Today you can enjoy our First Thanksgiving Unit Study. Let us know if you have other fun Thanksgiving activities.

Today, I am delighted to bring you different activities for ALL the subjects based on one unit study and book:

  • Social Studies: Family Traditions
  • Geography: New England
  • History: Thanksgiving
  • Bible: Mayflower Compact
  • Language Arts: Alliteration, Consonance, Onomatopoeia
  • Science: Leavening/Chemical Reactions – Baking Soda Bombs & Cranberry Science
  • Math: Measuring Skills, Popcorn Estimation, Counting
  • Homemaking: Cranberry Potpourri, “Cranberry Bog” Bread
  • Edible Homeschool: Thanksgiving Memory Making
  • Art: Silhouettes 

Click on the picture below to access all of these activities from Delightful Learning!

The First Thanksgiving Activities & Lapbook {30 Days of Thanksgiving Activities for Kids} ~ HowToHomeschoolMyChild.com

The First Thanksgiving Activities & Lapbook

 

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Previous 30 Days of Thanksgiving Activities for Kids:

  1. Make a Thankful List
  2. Write a Thank You Note
  3. Start a Family Bible Study
  4. Read Together
  5. Chalkboard Thanks
  6. Gratitude Journal
  7. Adopt A Soldier
  8. History of Thanksgiving Unit Study
  9. Give Thanks Copywork
  10. Candy Corn Centerpiece

Question: What First Thanksgiving unit study or activity do you use in your homeschool? You can leave a comment by clicking here.

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