Do-It-Yourself Carschooling Activity Book

Heading to grandma’s house for Thanksgiving? I’ve compiled free, Thanksgiving-themed printable resources so that you can make an assemble-it-yourself carschooling booklet full of fun and educational games. Guaranteed to take the whine out of drive time!

Thanksgiving Math Worksheets – These worksheets contain colorful Thanksgiving illustrations along with equations for practicing addition, subtraction, and multiplication.

Turkey Dot-to-Dot – Practice counting and numerical order. Then, color in the picture!

Thanksgiving Mad Libs – Help kids learn and practice parts of speech by filling in the blanks of the stories with words that are adjectives, nouns, and verbs.

Have fun with these word search games from beginning to advanced.

Have fun solving these Thanksgiving Crossword Puzzles for kids in grades 1-3 and grades 4 and up.

Thanksgiving Poems and Songs – Print out fun poems and songs about Thanksgiving, Grandma’s House, Turkeys, and more.

Thanksgiving Mazes – Kids will have fun solving these 3 fun mazes!

Thanksgiving Fun Mini-Packet – A complete booklet of Thanksgiving fun that includes coloring page, dot-to-dot, alphabet letter cards, and “Which Picture is Different?”

BONUS! – Enchanted Learning also offers a Free Car Travel Activity Book – not Thanksgiving themed, but sure to bring miles of smiles.

And don’t miss the free, printable Vacation Memory Book – your child can use it as a journal to record memories of their trip!

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3 comments to Do-It-Yourself Carschooling Activity Book

  • Jan Williams

    I’d like to take a moment to thank you for these great resources. I have to confess that i have just been so busy at starting homeschooling AND my first home business, that i really haven’t been able to take the time i’d like to enjoy and use so many of the homeschooling resources i have at hand. However, i am looking forward to being able to promote your site when i have my own sites up and running.

  • Elysabeth

    Very cool. I have posted on my website a free activity booklet with games and puzzles for travel. It is tied into my 50-state, mystery, trivia series – The Junior Geography Detective Squad series. I originally had it as each state with coloring pages that were state related plus the games and puzzles, but now it is only the games and puzzles. If anyone is interested in the individual state related activity booklets, just drop me a note on my website and I’ll be happy to email you whichever state you are interested in.

    I’ve been thinking all along that car trips are just as educational as being in a classroom, because there is no better experience than actual hands on, seeing for yourself, first hand whatever it is you are learning about.

    I’m glad I found this site. E 🙂

    Elysabeth Eldering
    Author of the Junior Geography Detective Squad, 50-state, mystery, trivia series
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