April Free Homeschooling PrintablesApril 15, 2023
Spring is here!! Hurray!! Maybe you’re someone who gets out and enjoys the sunshine, warmer weather, and budding flowers, or someone who is keeping the allergy medicine and tissue companies in business this time of year…or perhaps you’re someone like me who tends to fall into both categories! Either way, the birds are singing, the bees are buzzing, the plants are blooming, and it’s a great time of year to look for opportunities to move your homeschooling outdoors. We hope you enjoy these spring-themed printables. Here’s what some of you have had to say:
Good Morning! This was full of fun spring printables. I will be using word work,word search and writing prompts in our language arts. The unit on Earth Day had great ideas. As a matter of fact I plan on redoing our homeschool room and instead of buying art we will make it from recycled materials. The Bible reads for the month are always wonderful for daily reading. Thank you for these resources, J. T.
Free Homeschool Printables for April
April Calendar Printable: Get your monthly calendar and start filling it up with all your family’s fun spring activities!
April Journal Page (faith-based): Encourage writing in your child with this lovely daily journal printable for April!
April Scripture Writing (faith-based): We’ve all heard that April showers bring May flowers, but that’s also true in our spiritual lives. Spend the month meditating on and writing Scriptures with the theme, “Showers of Blessings.”
Spring Word Work: How many words can you create using only the letters in the word Spring? Use this printable to find out!
Making Spring Sentences (2 pages): Use the word bank to create Spring sentences (or a story!) for writing practice!
Spring Coloring Book (9 pages): Your child will have a great time coloring these pictures and practicing writing Spring-themed words!
Spring Ten Frames (2 pages): Practice counting with these happy ten frames!
Color the Easter Egg Math: Review even and odd numbers while decorating this cute Easter egg!
Graphing Inequalities (2 pages): Include your older ones in these pretty Spring printables with these graphing pages!
Spring Writing (5 pages): Use these photo writing prompts to help your little ones use their imaginations to create some unique sentences!
Butterfly Scavenger Hunt (13 pages): Print off these pages and take your little biologists into your neighborhood to hunt for these 12 butterfly species!
Spring Word Search (2 pages): Once your child has completed the word search filled with fun Spring-related words, they can use the template provided on page 2 to create their own! Print one for yourself and swap finished puzzles with your kid!
Rabbit-Themed Unit Study for Spring
Learn all about rabbits with this fun homeschooling resource and accompanying printable ebook. Find a comprehensive book list and coordinating youtube videos to help round out your rabbit learning time! Click to get your Rabbit-Themed Unit Study today.
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Fun April Holidays for Your Homeschool
April 1: April Fools Day, International Pillow Fight Day, Reading is Funny Day
April 2: International Children’s Book Day, Nature Day, National Peanut Butter and Jelly Day
April 3: National Find a Rainbow Day, Pony Express Day, American Circus Day
April 4: National Vitamin C Day, International Carrot Day, National Walk Around Things Day
April 5: National Dandelion Day, Read a Road Map Day, National Deep Dish Pizza Day
April 6: Jump Over Things Day, National Library Day, National Pajama Day
April 7: Good Friday, International Beavers Day, National No Housework Day
April 8: Draw a Bird Day, International Kids Yoga Day, National Zoo Lovers Day
April 9: Easter, National Chicken Little Awareness Day, National Unicorn Day, National Name Yourself Day
April 10: National Encourage a Young Writer Day, National Farm Animals Day, National Siblings Day
April 11: National Clean Up Your Pantry Day, National Pet Day, International Be Kind to Lawyers Day
April 12: D.E.A.R. Day (Drop Everything and Read), National Only Child Day, Wear a Star Day
April 13: Celebrate Teen Literature Day, National Scrabble Day, International Special Librarians Day
April 14: International Moment of Laughter Day, National Donate a Book Day, National Reach as High as You Can Day
April 15: National ASL Day, Titanic Remembrance Day, World Art Day
April 16: Good Deeds Day, National Orchid Day, Teach Your Daughter to Volunteer Day
April 17: Go Fly a Kite Day, International Haiku Poetry Day, International Day of Mastering Conversations that Matter
April 18: National Exercise Day, National Velociraptor Awareness Day, International Jugglers Day
April 19: Poetry and the Creative Mind Day, Sylvester the Cat’s Birthday, Humorous Day
April 20: Chinese Language Day, National High Five Day, National Look-Alike Day
April 21: Big Word Day, National Kindergarten Day, National Tea Day
April 22: Earth Day, National Jellybean Day, Girl Scout Leader Appreciation Day
April 23: National Picnic Day, Slay a Dragon Day, Talk Like Shakespeare Day, World Book Day
April 24: National Skipping Day, National Pigs in a Blanket Day, Action Day for Tolerance and Respect between People
April 25: International Noise Awareness Day, National Library Workers Day, World Penguin Day
April 26: National Bookmobile Day, National Help a Horse Day, National Kids and Pets Day
April 27: Babe Ruth Day, Morse Code Day, National Tell a Story Day
April 28: Great Poetry Reading Day, National Superhero Day, National Arbor Day
April 29: Independent Bookstore Day, International Astronomy Day, National Sense of Smell Day
April 30: Healthy Kids Day, National Adopt a Shelter Pet Day, National Mr. Potato Head Day
Download your Fun April Homeschool Holidays Printable here!
Naomi White graduated with her B.S. in Christian Elementary Education and went on to earn her Early Childhood Education certification. She has taught preschool and elementary school in both Christian and public schools. She loves to read and write, is a pastor’s wife and stay-at-home mom, and is eagerly awaiting the day her son is old enough for them to start their own homeschool journey. Originally a Georgia girl, Naomi currently lives in the beautiful mountains of North Carolina with her family.
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