Homeschool Christmas from Around the Web
It’s a fun time of the year and a great time to enjoy using crafts and activities. As a matter of fact, we believe that EVERY time of the year is a great time to use fun, hands-on learning! We’ve collected some great freebies to homeschool Christmas style!
Handmade Angel Ornament Christmas Activities A Christmas Carol Mini Unit
Sunshine & Hurricanes Blog Living Life & Learning This Sweet Life of Mine
Christmas Lacing Cards Joy to the World Copywork The Legend of the Candy Cane
Learning to Walk Homeschool Encouragement Ben and Me
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Print and cursive bible verses from Luke 2 – all about the birth of Christ. Merry Christmas!
It’s time to get your craft on!
These simple crafts for kids can be great hands on learning projects for your homeschool and make wonderful gifts for friends and neighbors- or grandparents!
Did you know that most children learn best when they are keeping their hands busy? It can be an incredible tool for teaching kids with special needs as well.
Enjoy these simple crafts for kids while you read great Christmas books out loud to them. Stop along the way, while reading, and discuss important points from the story. Ask questions to gain insight into what your child is thinking as they listen.
Hands on Learning
Additionally – you can enjoy hands on learning in your homeschool and take some stress out of the busy holiday season by putting our holiday and Christmas lapbooks to good use!
Try the Arrival of the King Lapbook – let kids do the cutting and pasting while mom does the reading. Additionally, you can have older kids read to the younger ones and have everyone read a little bit, as much as they are able.