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December Assignment Sheets

December Assignment Sheets

Add a little Christmas cheer to your schoolwork with these printable December Assignment Sheets. I  included a color-your-own version this month that I think your kiddos will enjoy. Make learning fun!

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Nativity

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Gingerbread

December dog & cat

December Cat & Dog

December polar

December Polar Bear

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December Color Your Own

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I’ve also created a few assignment sheets with Christmas tree backgrounds for our FUN Oh Christmas Tree linky party. Go take a look at all of the wonderful ideas and add your own!

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Christmas Tree Assignment Sheets & Linky Party

In addition to my usual monthly printable assignment sheets, I decided to try out a new style with the picture in the background. It adds a fun colorful feel to our weekly list.

Enjoy printing these for your kiddos!

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Download these fun assignment sheets:

Snowman Tree

Santa Tree

Penguin Tree

Polar Bear Tree

Oh Christmas Tree - Tons of ideas relating to Christmas Trees!

A few other FUN bloggers and I are teaming up with Blessed Beyond a Doubt to share all of our Oh Christmas Tree ideas with y’all. We want you to join our Christmas party and add a link to the link up! The only rule is that the post must be in some way related to a Christmas Tree. Have FUN!


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Simple Christmas Countdown Giveaway

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My good friend Jill of The Sassy Slow Cooker and Blessed Beyond a Doubt has a brand new Simple Christmas Countdown Planner!

She created her planner years ago as a tool to avoid the craziness of an over-planned, stressed-out Christmas season. I’ve seen glimpses of it over the years and am thrilled that she has now made it available to everyone.

One of the things I love about Jill is that she is super organized but keeps it uncomplicated, so organizationally-challenged people like me can easily follow along. Simple Christmas Countdown comes with all of the pages, dividers, and covers that you will need for TWO years! This means you can navigate a peaceful Christmas season and then immediately start on next year’s plans. Don’t we all love a fresh start in January?

The pages you will find in this 2-year Christmas Countdown Planner:

  • 2013-2014 Calendar Pages for the months of November and December
  • Notebook Cover, Dividers, and Spine Covers
  • Budget Planner
  • Inventory List
  • Homemade Gift List
  • Stocking Stuffer List
  • Advent and Tradition Ideas
  • Christmas Card List
  • Master Gift List
  • Individual Gift List
  • Cleaning List
  • Menu Plan
  • Recipe Section

Jill also adds in her tips for using each of the pages, and shows you how to keep the planning going all year long instead of waiting until the last minute.

The Simple Christmas Countdown Planner is only $3.99. Such a small price to pay to be able to focus on what really matters this Christmas!

I get to give away TWO planners – ONE for you and ONE for a friend!!

Giveaway ends Thursday, November 7th

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I received a free planner to review for this post. All opinions are my own – I really do like it! My affiliate link is included. Thank you for purchasing through my site!


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Monthly Planning Notes {Free Printables}

monthly planning notes

At the beginning of the school year, I created some monthly planning notes to give me a creative overview of our year. They have worked so well that I want to share them with you!

I wanted to be able to schedule out seasonal themes and activities, but a monthly calendar wasn’t giving me enough space. My planning notes are broken into weeks with plenty of room for writing.

A few of the things I list in my notes:

  • the week # (so I can coordinate with our school calendar)
  • our weekly Funschool theme
  • letter & # of the week for my preschooler
  • holidays
  • field trips
  • craft ideas

monthly notes

Click on each month to download your FREE 2013-2014 planning notes!

October

November

December

January

February

March

April

May

June

July

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