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It’s time for another Totally Free Tuesday ~ that day when you find out about amazing free homeschooling resources. And, who provides you all these free resources? Well, other fabulous homeschooling mamas like yourself. They know how hard it is to homeschool and it’s nice to be gifted an amazing resource. And, this month you’ll notice a Christmas theme.
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Totally Free Homeschooling Resources with a Christmas theme!
If you’re looking for fun Christmas units or activities for your December lesson plans, then check out my month’s worth of Christmas lesson plans. It’s Christmas Schooling at its best!
Dana from The Art Kit has some adorable llama Christmas cards your kids will love. They can print them out and give them to friends and family. They’re also a great way to practice handwriting skills.
Debbie from Homeschooling Dietitian Mom shares some Christmas treats for your whole family. You’ll find fun recipes you and your kids can make this holiday season.
Create a new Christmas tradition with a Jesus tree! Abby from Making Room 4 One More has instructions and a free ornament printable to get you started.
Your little ones can learn all about Christmas down under with the Christmas in Australia Printable Preschool Pack from Stacey at Simple Living, Creative Learning. They’ll get to do all kinds of fun activities to practice their coloring, letter formation, Do a Dot activities, and more.
Your kids will have fun counting down the days of Advent with a Nativity Advent Coloring Page from Sarah at My Joy-Filled Life! This is a great activity to help kids focus on Christ during the holiday season.
Are you looking for some fun things to do this Christmas season? Penny from Our Crazy Adventures in Autismland has you covered with a great list of fun, inexpensive Christmas activities your kids will enjoy.
Scavenger hunts are so much fun – and Annette from In All You Do has 3 Christmas Scavenger Hunts to keep your kids busy, learning, and having fun.
A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens is a holiday classic. You and your kids can have fun with both the book and the movie with a free printable literature study and unit planner from Jen at Life Beyond the Lesson Plan. You can learn all about Christmas in Victorian England with fun activities for all ages.
Who doesn’t like a little friendly competition? Misty from Many Seasons of Motherhood has five terrific ideas for Christmas competitions for your family. You’ll also find a free printable Christmas photo scavenger hunt.
Keep your little ones busy and learning this Christmas season with a free Christmas Nativity matching game from Betty at Peace Creek on the Prairie. The 30 matching cards are a fun way for your kids to learn the Nativity story.
With all the craziness of the holiday season, we can all use a bit of peace and rest. Clarissa from Clarissa R. West has designed a free printable to help you have a more peaceful Christmas season.
It can be challenging to find winter or Christmas science activities. Sara from Heart and Soul Homeschooling has a wonderful unit study and printables to help your kids discover the science behind snow.
Expand your history studies with “We Were There” unit study activities from Yvie at Homeschool on the Range. You’ll find activities that cover a wide range of historical eras.
Help your kids learn the biblical story of Christ’s birth and practice their handwriting skills with the Birth of Jesus Copywork pack from Brookdale House.
Don’t stress about gift-giving this Christmas season – download the free Christmas Gift-Giving Planner from Bethany at Bethany Ishee and have everything all planned out.
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Hi, I’m Dachelle. I’m a homeschooling mom of 3 in the South. I love chocolate and have been known to hide it from my children. I can often be found reading a good book (or even sometimes just an okay book) and enjoying a jar of Nutella — don’t judge. I blog, here, at HideTheChocolate.com when I’m not creating book clubs and making lists…lots and lots of lists (it’s an addiction). Learn more…