September Free Homeschool PrintablesSeptember 1, 2022
Can you believe it’s already September, and actually fall? For some of us, it still feels like the middle of summer, but we’re longing for the cool crisp mornings, falling leaves, and amazing scents that fall brings. Until that actually happens, we can enjoy fall with our fall-flavored coffee, tea, and maybe a hint of fall in our September free homeschool printables for this month!
September Free Homeschool Printables
September Calendar Printable: We love sharing a monthly calendar with you, especially one that you’ll be proud to display in your homeschool! It’s beautifully designed and whether it feels like fall outside, you’ll be feeling fall inside!
September Journal Page (faith-based): We like to print these out 2 per page and double-sided and we create a little book for them each month! In fact, one month, we used a paper bag to create a cover. You simply fold it over several times to make it thick and use a rubber band or ribbon to secure your journal pages inside the cover!
September Scripture Writing Plan (faith-based): What better way to practice handwriting than by taking a moment to write truth found in God’s Word? This month’s theme of Diligence will help your children get focused and prepared for the day.
Apple Contraction Practice: Take a break from the warm weather and have some apple-themed fun matching contractions with their word substitutes.
Picking Apples Color-by-Number: Your young children will enjoy this apple-themed color-by-number!
Apple Art and Writing Practice: Your little ones can practice their portrait and writing skills with this printable!
Trace the Numbers: Your child can practice writing their numbers before coloring the apples in this printable. This would be a good opportunity to also discuss how not all apples are the same color, and how the different colors have different tastes!
Telling Time with Inchy: Practice telling time with these fun worm-filled apple clocks!
Telling Time with Inchy (pg 2)
Apple Trees Line Practice: Help the apples find their trees with this line tracing printable!
Apple Letter Sorting: Tracing, cutting, gluing… This fun apple printable has it all!
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Find more great Printables for all ages here!
September Holidays for Your Homeschool
September 1: World Letter Writing Day, Chicken Boy Day, Cherry Popover Day
September 2: VJ Day, National Blueberry Popsicle Day, National Food Bank Day, National Lazy Moms Day (Enjoy!)
September 3: National Doodle Day, World Beard Day, International Bacon Day
September 4: National Wildlife Day, National Pet Rock Day, Eat an Extra Dessert Day
September 5: Labor Day, National Cheese Pizza Day, National Be Late for Something Day
September 6: National Read a Book Day, Great Egg Toss Day, National Coffee Ice Cream Day
September 7: Buy a Book Day, National Feel the Love Day, International Day of Clean Air
September 8: International Literacy Day, National Dog Walker Appreciation Day, Star Trek Day
September 9: Emergency Services Day, Care Bears Share Your Cares Day, National When Pigs Fly Day
September 10: Harvest Moon Festival, Swap Ideas Day, White Balloon Day
September 11: Grandparents Day, Patriot Day, Hug Your Hound Day, Libraries Remember Day
September 12: National Day of Encouragement, National Chocolate Milkshake Day, National Police Woman Day
September 13: National Ants on a Log Day, National Kids Take Over the Kitchen Day, Roald Dahl Day, International Chocolate Day
September 14: National Coloring Day, National Cream Filled Doughnut Day, National Food is Medicine Day
September 15: Make a Hat Day, National D.A.R.E. Day, National Cheese Toast Day
September 16: National Play-Doh Day, National Sit With a Stranger Day (safely done, of course!), National Trail of Tears Commemoration Day
September 17: Batman Day, International Eat an Apple Day, National Dance and Gymnastics Day
September 18: National Cheeseburger Day, National Respect Day, U.S. Air Force Day
September 19: Talk Like a Pirate Day, Respect for the Aged Day, National Butterscotch Pudding Day
September 20: National Care for Kids Day, National Pepperoni Pizza Day, National String Cheese Day
September 21: International Day of Peace, World Mini Golf Day, World Gratitude Day
September 22: Fall Equinox, Hobbit Day, National Elephant Appreciation Day, National Ice Cream Cone Day
September 23: American Indian Day, National Baker Day, Redhead Appreciation Day, Seed Gathering Season
September 24: Family Health and Fitness Day, National Bunny Day, National Hunting and Fishing Day
September 25: National Comic Book Day, National Cooking Day, National Daughters Day
September 26: Alpaca Day, Better Breakfast Day, Johnny Appleseed Day, National Family Day
September 27: Ancestor Appreciation Day, National No Excuses Day, National Chocolate Milk Day
September 28: Ask a Stupid Question Day, National Good Neighbor Day, National Strawberry Cream Pie Day
September 29: National Coffee Day, National Silent Movie Day, World Heart Day
September 30: National Love People Day, National Hot Mulled Cider Day, Orange Shirt Day
September is also:
- Bear Necessities Month
- Better Breakfast Month
- Disaster Preparedness Month
- Happy Cat Month
- National Chicken Month
- National Childhood Obesity Awareness Month
- National Guide Dog Month
- Organic September…and more!
Download your September 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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