Posted on Nov 11 2012 in Cool Sites by admin
3.1 Christian Resources: Presidential Prayer Team
3.2 Thrifty Ideas: Found Object Art as Centerpiece
3.3 Preschool, Kindergarten, and Older: 15 Colorful Activities Celebrating Fall Colors
3.4 Holidays: Free Thanksgiving Worksheets and Printables Galore!
3.5 Family: November 2012 Activity Calendar
3.6 Emergencies: What to Carry in a Car
3.7 Cooking: Top 101 Fall Crockpot Recipes
This non-partisan website and free daily e-mail offers guided prayer ideas and suggests a particular set of leaders from all parts of the government for prayer each week. See the banners on the home page to get an idea of all the areas covered–it’s a lot!
Use a found object art activity as your Thanksgiving centerpiece and you have a thrifty tip that will let the kids showcase their talents and help the budget too.
While most of these varied art and other subject activities will appeal to the younger children, older siblings will be interested in some as well.
Use some of the serious educational material (especially the last three in the listed set of resources in the site), coloring sheets, games, and loads more on many age levels. Great as a filler or to keep kids out from underfoot. Enjoy!
Find labels, place cards, menus, and a traditional kids’ Thanksgiving placemat to print.
Get a selection of free Thanksgiving-themed recipe cards, notepads, and shopping lists to enrich your holiday. Why not tie up a small bundle of recipe cards with your Thanksgiving recipes and give them to guests?
This calendar has activities all the way from sailing paper boats in the bathtub to remember the Mayflower to candle making. You’ll find loads of ideas here!
The recent storms have highlighted the need to be prepared no matter where you are when an emergency strikes. See how to prepare for many emergency situations by taking time to set up supplies–and preparing yourself.
Here are 101 Crockpot recipes for main dishes and soups, beverages, desserts, and side dishes.