FREE Printable Christmas Fun Pack for Preschool (And the Literacy Musings Monday Linkup)

It's hard to believe that Christmas is right around the corner. Over the years I've handled Christmas break in our homeschool in different ways. Occasionally we've taken off a large amount of time- the whole month of December one year. Other times I've chosen to homeschool through Christmas with very little time off, but with a fun unit study instead of our regular homeschool work. This year, with older kids and co-op classes to work with, we're taking a more traditional two-week Christmas break.

Free Christmas printable pack for preschool

One thing is for sure. If you have kids at home- especially little ones- you'll probably find yourself wanting to have a little structure in your days over the Christmas holidays. Ive created a printable pack that you can download here for free to keep  your little ones occupied during your Christmas break.

Free printable christmas pack for preschool

Enjoy Christmas with your family!

And now it's time for the Literacy Musings Monday Link up!

Literacy Musings Monday Linkup

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Leah@As We Walk Along the Road

Last Week’s Top Clicked Post!

Faith-changing lessons from the life of Mary

Have you ever thought about Mary's place in the Christmas story? As a young, unmarried girl, she faced an amazing and frightening life-changing experience. This post has some great lessons we can learn from Mary.

My Favorite Post of the Week

I actually have two favorite posts this week.

The Shepherd on the Search's Amazing Journey Around the World

I've heard of The Shepherd on the Search, an Elf on the Shelf alternative- but in this post, Syncopated Mama shares a special way that her family used this to learn about Christmas all around the world.


Homeless at Christmas from Spotlight

Homeless at Christmas

It's easy to caught up in the hustle and bustle of the holiday and not think about people less fortunate than ourselves. In this post, the author shares here experience helping a homeless person at the holidays. It really made me think.

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Literacy Musings Monday

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  1. Hi, I loved your picks this week. Thanks for all that you do for the #LMMLinkup and Merry Christmas.


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