Thanksgiving Morning Time Resource Pack
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Thanksgiving Morning Time Plans and Resource Pack

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Have you wondered how to celebrate Thanksgiving during Morning Time?  Do you want to learn more about the history and culture of Thanksgiving?  Do you want to enjoy fun memory work and singing and read alouds, but you don’t know where to start?

Start here with my Thanksgiving Morning Time Plans and Resource Pack

I recently started putting together special morning time plans to enjoy with my children during the ~3 weeks leading up to Thanksgiving. I soon realized it might be something fun to share!

These plans are flexible and can be used however works best in your family. You can incorporate some or all into your morning time/circle time/morning basket plans. You could even use the memory work and reading lists as a mini unit study on Thanksgiving in history and culture.

{Looking for simple and easy Thanksgiving activities for the whole family to enjoy together?  I’ve collected 4 of my favorites here.}

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What’s included in the Thanksgiving Morning Time Plans and Resource Pack?

  • Suggested Schedule
  • 9 pages of printable memory work
  • 2 pages of printable book lists
  • Suggestions for optional hands-on projects

Order the Thanksgiving Morning Time Plans and Resource Pack here

{You’ll gain access to a pdf, and it is super simple to send pdf files to your Kindle device.}

Here is a sneak peak at the Thanksgiving Book List found (in a convenient printable form to carry to the library) in the Morning Time Plans and Resource Pack. You know it’s hard for me to write a blog post without a booklist…

Thanksgiving-themed Book List

Mentioned in the video: Thanksgiving Morning Time Plans and Resource PackPlimoth PlantationGeorge Washington’s Thanksgiving Proclamation, 1789 .  Gina says, “Thinking of thanksgiving with the perspective of immigration gives us a number of topics for discussion.” You can find her conversation starters here. Also please note that these morning time plans were originally for email subscribers only, but are now available for purchase to anyone!

Thanksgiving: History

Of Plymouth Plantation, William Bradford {note- this is an original source}

The Thanksgiving Primer- a Plimoth Plantation Publication, edited Carolyn Freeman Travers

Stories of the Pilgrims, Margaret Pumphrey

If You Sailed on the Mayflower in 1620, Ann McGovern

Squanto, Friend of the Pilgrims, Clyde Bulla

The Landing of the Pilgrims (Landmark Book), James Dougherty

The Pilgrims of Plimoth, Marcia Sewall

The Thanksgiving Story, Alice Dalgliesh

The Pilgrims’ First Thanksgiving, Ann McGovern

Thanksgiving on Plymouth Plantation, Diane Stanley

Sarah Gives Thanks, Mike Allegra

Thank You, Sarah, Laurie Halse Anderson

This First Thanksgiving Day: A Counting Story, Laura Krauss Melmed

P is for Pilgrim, Carol Crane

The Story of Thanksgiving, Nancy Skarmeas

The First Thanksgiving, Linda Hayward

Thanksgiving Morning Time Plans

Thanksgiving: Culture

A Turkey for Thanksgiving, Eve Bunting

Annie and Snowball and the Thankful Friends, Cynthia Rylant

Molly’s Pilgrim, Barbara Cohen

A Pioneer Thanksgiving, Barbara Greenwood

Balloons Over Broadway: The True Story of the Puppeteer of Macy’s Parade, Melissa Sweet

The Peterkins’ Thanksgiving, Elizabeth Spurr

Amelia Bedelia Talks Turkey, Herman Parish

The Very First Thanksgiving Day, Rhonda Gowler Greene

An Old-Fashioned Thanksgiving, Louisa May Alcott

Duck for Turkey Day, Jacqueline Jules

Cranberry Thanksgiving, Wende and Harry Devlin

The Perfect Thanksgiving, Eileen Spinelli

Thanksgiving Day at Our House, Nancy White Carlstrom

Thanksgiving Is…, Gail Gibbons

The Thanksgiving Door, Debby Atwell

Thanksgiving is Here!, Diane Goode

Thanksgiving Day, Anne Rockwell

Llama Llama Gives Thanks, Anna Dewdney

It’s Thanksgiving, Jack Prelutsky

One is a Feast for Mouse, Judy Cox

A Thanksgiving Turkey, Julian Scheer

Sharing the Bread, Pat Zietlow Miller and Jill McElmurry

This is the Turkey, Abby Levine

Turkey Surprise, Peggy Archer

Thanksgiving is for Giving Thanks, Margaret Sutherland

Thanksgiving at the Tappletons’, Eileen Spinelli

Thanksgiving with Me, Margaret Willey

Thanksgiving Leaves

Email Subscribers have access to a simple fall-themed gratitude project.  Sign up for the Humility and Doxology email list to get access to printable Thanksgiving Leaves!

Don’t miss out on the fantastic Thanksgiving Morning Time Plans I have prepared for you! 

Want more holiday fun? Check out my collection of 4 Easy Thanksgiving Activities.

Purchase the Thanksgiving Morning Time Plans and Resource Pack here.

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Amy Sloan and her husband, John, are second-generation homeschoolers by grace alone to 5 children ages 4, 7, 9, 12, and 14. Their educational philosophy is one of humility and doxology, and follows primarily a classical approach. Amy loves coffee, and starts getting nervous if the stack of to-be-read library books beside her bed is less than 2 feet tall. Get her started on Shakespeare, Jane Austen, Homer, or Hamilton the Musical and it might be hard to get her to stop. Mostly, though, she gets really excited about the Gospel. The Sloan family adventures in North Carolina.


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