Easter, if you look around you, is all about the Easter Bunny, candy, and baskets filled with surprises, right? Well, not at my house. Yes, the Easter bunny does visit my house briefly to leave some eggs in the yard, but we also spend the week leading up to Easter talking about Jesus Christ and his resurrection, and our salvation story. If you do too, then here’s a FREE printable that will help you focus on the true meaning of Easter with your kids, with only minor mention of the Easter bunny, I promise.
I have been working on a printable holiday fact sheet series I have going on over at my Teachers Pay Teachers store. As I come out with new ones each month, I’m offering them FREE for a limited time. Here’s my Easter homeschool copywork printable! I hope you enjoy it.
This fact sheet will serve as an easy and quick reference sheet for homeschool families to introduce the basic facts about the various U.S. Holidays. Use them for copywork or notebooking or to introduce prior knowledge about the Easter holiday before a project or lesson. Soon, they’ll all be in one huge download for you, too! Follow my store for the announcement – yes I’ll start it out as a FREEBIE, as always.
This post contains links to my TPT store, where I do earn money for sales of the items I create.
This is a work in progress. As I create them one at a time, they will be free for a limited time. My goal is to have them published a week or two before each occasion so that homeschool families can use them as a quick briefing of the holiday coming up. If you wish, you can “follow” me on Teachers Pay Teachers so that you will not miss when I publish them.
This resource can also be used for notebooking, lapbooking, copywork, Reading comprehension, or as a basic tool for research. Eventually, after I’ve created a page for each holiday, I plan to publish them in one large download for your convenience. Watch my TPT store for that.
You can see all my printable fact sheets for holidays and seasonal events at the TPT store. My prices are very reasonable and “frugal,” I think. Most of my printables are introduced as freebies!
Just click the image below to lead to my current freebie. (If you reach this page after the free promotion has ended, I do apologize. However, my prices are very reasonable for the amount of time put into creating these, I hope you wouldn’t mind paying for the download and supporting my homeschooling family.)