January Free Homeschool PrintablesJanuary 2, 2023
Happy New Year, homeschooling friends! It’s so hard to believe that it’s January again. I personally love the beginning of a new year. Something about a brand new calendar and brand new planner filled with brand new goals (or maybe even some old ones) makes my heart happy. Everything is fresh and new and clean, full of hope and possibilities, and has no mistakes. We hope and pray this will be a wonderful year for you, and we at Homeschool.com are here to help you meet whatever homeschool goals you may have. On that note, recovering from the “holiday hangover” and getting back in the school groove can be brutal, but it doesn’t have to be! Here are some winter-themed printables to help you ease back into your happy homeschool days.
Free Homeschool Printables for January
January Calendar Printable: Here is a beautiful calendar page to write in all those important dates and winter activities. Bonus! Cut off the inspirational quote and have a bookmark!
January Journal Page (faith-based): Perhaps one of your goals for the new year is to write or journal daily. It’s amazing how journaling can help not only our children but also us as adults. Let these beautiful pages get you started!
January Scripture Writing (faith-based): This month’s theme is New Beginnings. Start your new year diving into the Word of God and writing some verses each morning to set the tone for your day and keep your heart and mind fixed on the truth!
Winter Coordinate Grid: Work on identifying coordinates with this fun, winter grid!
Counting Winter Items (2 pages): Get your little one to practice counting with this fun printable. Keep the learning going once they finish the worksheet by having them see how many of the items they can find in your home!
Snowflake Art (7 pages): Maybe you have a budding artist…or maybe you have a reluctant artist, but either way, these drawing grids can be done by anyone and everyone!
Hibernation Reading Comprehension: Your child can read some information about hibernation (and some of the lucky animals that get to do it!), answer these quick questions, and impress you with what they learned!
Winter Fun Writing Prompt (2 pages): Let your child’s imagination take over with some art and writing!
Winter Essay: Your older children can join in the writing fun with this winter essay topic.
Snowman Skip Counting (2 pages): Count by 5s with these cute snowmen and get creative coloring the snowman!
Be sure to check out these Winter Science Activities for Kids to include in your January plans!
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January Holidays for Your Homeschool
January 1: New Year’s Day, Apple Gifting Day, Ring a Bell Day
January 2: Motivation and Inspiration Day, National Science Fiction Day, World Introvert Day
January 3: J.R.R. Tolkien Day, Festival of Sleep Day, Drinking Straw Day
January 4: National CanDo Day, National Trivia Day, National Spaghetti Day
January 5: National Bird Day, National Screenwriters Day, National Whipped Cream Day
January 6: Apple Tree Day, National Take Down the Christmas Tree Day, National Take a Poet to Lunch Day
January 7: National Bobblehead Day, Old Rock Day
January 8: Earth’s Rotation Day, National Snuggle a Chicken Day, National Bubble Bath Day
January 9: Balloon Ascension Day, National Fourth Graders Day, National Law Enforcement Appreciation Day
January 10: National Save the Eagles Day, Peculiar People Day, National Houseplant Appreciation Day
January 11: Heritage Treasures Day, National Step in a Puddle and Splash Your Friends Day, National Take the Stairs Day
January 13: Make Your Dream Come True Day, Poetry Break Day, National Sticker Day
January 14: International Kite Day, National Dress Up Your Pet Day, Organize Your Home Day
January 15: National Fresh Squeezed Juice Day, National Hat Day, World Snow Day
January 16: Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Appreciate a Dragon Day, National Nothing Day
January 17: Benjamin Franklin Day, Kid Inventors’ Day, Popeye Day
January 18: National Thesaurus Day, Museum Selfie Day, National Winnie the Pooh Day
January 19: Good Memory Day, Artist as Outlaw Day, National Popcorn Day
January 20: International Day of Acceptance, National Penguin Day, Take a Walk Outdoors Day
January 21: Grandma’s Day, National Hugging Day, Playdate Day
January 22: Chinese New Year, Grandpa’s Day, National Polka Dot Day
January 23: National Handwriting Day, Measure Your Feet Day, National Pie Day
January 24: International Day of Education, Belly Laugh Day, National Compliment Day, Talk Like a Grizzled Prospector Day
January 25: Observe the Weather Day, Opposite Day, Library Shelfie Day
January 26: Clashing Clothes Day, NASA’s Day of Remembrance, Australia Day
January 27: Holocaust Memorial Day, National Geographic Day, National Big Wig Day
January 28: National Lego Day, National Daisy Day, National Blueberry Pancake Day
January 29: Freethinkers Day, National Puzzle Day, Curmudgeons Day
January 30: National Bible Day, National Draw a Dinosaur Day, National Storytelling Week
January 31: Inspire Your Heart with Art Day, National Backward Day, National Hot Chocolate Day, National Plan for Vacation Day
January is also:
- Celebration of Life Month
- Family Fit Lifestyle Month
- Get Organized Month
- International Brain Teaser Month
- International Creativity Month
- National Book Blitz Month
- National Hobby Month
- National Thank You Month
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.