Celebrate Reformation Day with your kids in a fun and educational way! Proverbial Homemaker has a 131-page Reformation Day printable pack that is available for FREE only through October 31, 2017!
Here’s what it includes:
- Alphabet Matching Cards – These are great for learning the lowercase and uppercase letters of the alphabet.
- Vocabulary Cards – these are great for memory/matching games as well as spelling and vocabulary.
- Word Tracing– These pages help children learn to form letters and spell words correctly.
- I Spy– These pages are great for counting practice.
- Colour Matching Cards– A great way for kids to learn their colours.
- Shadow Matching Cards– These shadow matching cards are so much fun and can be used in games such as memory/matching as well.
- Number Puzzles – These are great for learning skip counting.
- Size Sequencing Cards– Match the cards from smallest to biggest or the other way round.
- What Comes Next?
- Finish the Pattern
- Story Writing Pages – These can be used to retell the story of Martin Luther and his 95 Theses in their own words.
- Spot and Dot – Spot the letters and then dot them.
- Colouring Pages– Decorate or colour as you wish and hang up to decorate your rooms.
- Count and Clip Cards– These are great for kids learning to count and recognize numbers.
- Cross Puzzle
- Cross Maze
- Cross Shade and Cut
- Cross Connect the Dots
- Cross Stained Glass coloring page
- Martin Luther Page
- Luther’s Rose / Seal coloring activity
- The Five Solas activity
- The 95 Theses Scroll Printable
- Hymn – A Mighty Fortress is Our God Copywork Activity
- Scripture Cards
- Bible Copywork Pages– This pack includes 13 pages of Bible Verses in both King James and English Standard Versions for your child to copy and then memorize.
Carrie is the owner & operator of Homeschool Giveaways. She has been homeschooling for over a decade and has successfully graduated her first homeschooler. She has two girls and works side by side at home with her awesome husband. She has been saved by grace, fails daily, but continues to strive toward the prize of the high calling of being a daughter of the Most High God.