Pioneer Themed Resources and Freebies

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This is our Fifth and Final Post in our Themed History Series!

My girls just love studying about the Pioneer Days! We have an Old Florida Museum here in town that has a homeschool day. The entire place is set up with actors, activities and lots of hands on experiences which really make History come alive. If you ever have an opportunity to attend something like that you have to check it out! It really opened my girls’ eyes to how difficult it must have been to grow up like that. I do think they thought it was a lot of fun too though, I mean really, what little girl doesn’t want to gather eggs everyday and write with a quill ink pen?!?


Pioneer Printables, and Unit Studies:
Pioneer Life Alphabet Activity
Pioneer Life Draw and Write Page
Covered Wagon Coloring Page
Churning Butter Coloring Page
Pioneers Go Fish Card Game
Pioneer Hardship Cause and Effect Lesson Plan
Pioneer Leaving Home Lesson Plan
Pioneer Schools A Letter from a Student
Wonderopolis: What is a Chuckwagon?

Unit Studies and Printables to go with the book Sarah, Plain and Tall:
Reading Comprehension Test for Grades 4-8
Unit Study and Lesson Plans
Literature Study with Lots of Printables
Powerpoint Slides with Pictures and Vocabulary
Historical Facts Graphic Organizer

3 Dinosaurs and Royal Baloo have teamed up to create a HUGE Pioneer Themed Pack broken down by grade level!
Jump into Summer Learning Week 5: Pioneer  Make sure you scroll all the way down to get all the extras too!

Jump In to Summer Learning: Week 5 Pioneer

Lots of Pioneer Themed Crafts:
Corn Husk Doll
Rag Doll
Braided Rag Rug Tutorial
How to Carve Soap
Homemade Bread and Butter
Pioneer Quill Pen Craft
Weaving Tutorial for Kids
Covered Wagon
How to Make Homemade Taffy
Family Friendly Step by Step Pioneer Taffy

Here are some Fun Pioneer Games and books we love:


Pioneer Days: Discover the Past with Fun Projects, Games, Activities and Recipes

Made for Trade Board Game Was 

The Little House Cookbook

Little House Nine Book Box Set


If you love the Pioneer Time Period you will LOVE this post:
Little House on the Prairie FREE Themed Resources and Printables 

Check out the rest of our History Series:
American History Themed Resources and Freebies
Ancient Egypt Themed Resources and Freebies 
Greek History Themed Resources and Freebies
The Middle Ages Themed Resources and Freebies

Written by Sarah

Sarah

Sarah is a wife, daughter of the King and Granola Mama to 4 children ages 16-5. She is a Charlotte Mason style homeschooler and has been homeschooling for 13 years now. She is still trying to find the balance between work and keeping a home and says she can only do it by the Grace of God, Coffee and Green Smoothies!

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