November Free Homeschool Printables

November 8, 2023
Written by:
Naomi White

It’s so hard to believe November is already here. Ready or not, here come the holidays!! This is one of my favorite months because Thanksgiving leads our hearts toward gratitude. Though being thankful is certainly not limited to November, it does get a more central position due to the holiday. Because of this, we wanted to provide you with some free November homeschool printables this month to help your children focus on gratitude. No matter what the year may have brought our way, may we always find something for which to be thankful. Happy Thanksgiving!

Free November Homeschool Printables

November Homeschool Calendar


November Calendar: With so much going on this month, help your family stay organized with our monthly calendar page!



November Journal Printable


November Journal Page (faith-based): This is a wonderful month to start journaling. Download our beautifully designed November printable journal page and get your kids (or yourself) using it each morning to focus the day on gratefulness and thanksgiving.




November Copy Work Printable


November Scripture Writing (faith-based): Our Writing Truth Copy Work curriculum for this month includes Scriptures focused on giving thanks. What better way to begin the school day!




Printable Day Planner for Homeschoolers


Daily Planner: Use this daily planner printable this month so your child can not only keep up with their schedule but also take a moment to list some things for which they are grateful each day.





Printable Gratitude List


30 Days of Homeschool Gratitude: Foster gratitude in your child by having them write one thing each day this month that they are grateful for. You can even have them read them on Thanksgiving Day!





Thanksgiving Thankfulness Cards: Another resource you can use on Thanksgiving Day is these beautiful cards! Have your child cut them out and pass them around to those at your meal so everyone can focus on a source of gratitude in their lives.





Gratitude Cards to Print


Gratitude Cards: Print these lovely fall-themed gratitude greeting cards for your children to fill out and send to loved ones!





Gratitude Worksheet and Printable


Seasons & Memories- Gratitude Worksheet: Have your child write about a specific memory of gratitude in their lives.






Thanksgiving Printable Acrostic


Thankful Acrostic: Have your homeschool students write an acrostic poem using the letters from the word THANKFUL!





Printable Thanksgiving Word Search


Thanksgiving Word Search: Here is a fun worksheet for your kiddos (or if you’re like me and enjoy these, it can be for you too!) to do this month!





Christian Character Training Printable Study

Bonus Printable Pack!

Teaching Character – Gentleness, Gratefulness, and Generosity (faith-based): In our Teaching Character series, we have one section including gratefulness. Read tips on how to teach these traits and download the printable pack!



Additional Homeschool Resources

PODCAST: Encouraging Our Children to Have a Heart of Gratitude

Tips for Teaching Gratitude in an Entitled World

Ideas for Thanksgiving Fun

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Find more great Homeschool Printables for all ages here!

November Holidays to Celebrate in Your Homeschool

November 1: Deck the Everything Day, National Author’s Day, World Ballet Day

November 2: Day of the Dead, Look for Circles Day, Traffic Director’s Day

November 3: Give Someone a Dollar Day, Jellyfish Day, National Sandwich Day

November 4: National Bison Day, National Candy Day, Use Your Common Sense Day

November 5: Daylight Savings Ends, Guy Fawkes Day, Bonfire Night, National Redhead Day

November 6: Marooned Without a Compass Day, National Nachos Day, Play Basketball Day

November 7: Election Day, National Hug a Bear Day

November 8: National Parents as Teachers Day, STEM/STEAM Day, World Pianist Day

November 9: Go to an Art Museum Day, Chaos Never Dies Day, National Louisiana Day

November 10: Marine Corps Birthday, Sesame Street Day, National Vanilla Cupcake Day

November 11: Veterans Day, National Origami Day, National Sundae Day

November 12: Diwali, International Tongue Twister Day, Get Outdoors Day

November 13: National Hug a Musician Day, World Kindness Day, World Orphans Day

November 14: International Girls Day, National American Teddy Bear Day, National Family PJ Day

November 15: National Recycling Day, I Love to Write Day, National Clean Out Your Refrigerator Day

November 16: National Button Day, National Clarinet Day, Use Less Stuff Day

November 17: Guinness World Records Day, National Hiking Day, National Homemade Bread Day

November 18: Apple Cider Day, National Adoption Day, Mickey Mouse Day

November 19: National Camp Day, National Play Monopoly Day, National Have a Bad Day Day

November 20: Future Teachers of America Day, National Child’s Day, Odd Socks Day

November 21: National Entrepreneur’s Day, National Red Mitten Day, World Hello Day

November 22: Go For a Ride Day, Love Your Freckles Day, National Jukebox Day

November 23: Thanksgiving, National Dog Show Day, Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade

November 24: Celebrate Your Unique Talent Day, National Day of Listening, D.B. Cooper Day

November 25: Small Business Saturday, National Play Day with Dad, National Parfait Day

November 26: Good Grief Day, International Cake Day, Stir-Up Sunday

November 27: Pins and Needles Day, Turtle Adoption Day, National Brand Day

November 28: National Day of Giving, Red Planet Day, National French Toast Day

November 29: Throw Out Your Leftovers Day, Square Dancing Day

November 30: National Personal Space Day, National Stay at Home Because You’re Well Day, National Mason Jar Day

Download Your November Holidays Printable Here!


Naomi White

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.