The moving truck only needed to take 2 trips to bring all of our stuff over to our home!! (And we had a GIGANTIC moving truck plus we'd taken over 20 car loads ourselves during last week! We have lots of stuff!) It's an exciting but overwhelming process to get unpacked and settled in. The blog may suffer a bit as we just try to get laundry done, dishes cleaned, and boxes unpacked! I am just trying to keep Little Man fed at this point! But I feel so blessed to finally be here!
Today, I just wanted to share some fabulous blog finds from last week. As you are making your own Thanksgiving-themed Mommy School plans, I would like to direct you to some talented bloggers who have come up with their own amazing Thanksgiving packets and printables. Seriously. These bloggers are so generous to share!
First of all, my gal Daphne at Moo Moo's & Tutus is a former kindergarten teacher. She is amazing! We've decided that the two of us would make excellent "team" teachers because we are so much alike. She has developed her own "Tiny Teach" program that is very similar to my Mommy School! She has shared a 32-page Thanksgiving packet that you can download here.
Musings of Me has tons of incredible Thanksgiving printables. They are so stinkin' cute! Some of my favorites include the T is for Turkey magnet page, a Thanksgiving pie lacing page, Thanksgiving trace & make cards, Thanksgiving memory, a "pin the feathers on the Indians" clip game, tracing pages,and a Thanksgiving colors book.
Mrs. Home Ec. is one of my absolute favorite sources for preschool ideas! I have already printed off her Thanksgiving activities! She graciously shares a "Don't Eat Tom" game, Turkey Bingo, and Turkey Memory. All are absolutely genius!
A while back, I stumbled across the cute blog, 2 Teaching Mommies. They share free printables all the time, and they are real jewels! Check out their turkey printables here. I love this little build a turkey!
I downloaded these ladies' fabulous work last week and hurried and printed off all this before moving, disconnecting the printers, etc.! Now I'm all set to teach Little Man about Thanksgiving!