Fall is here and cooler weather will be fast upon us. As the weather gets cooler here in Indiana, we spend more days inside and therefore, I need activities that will keep the kids learning and away from their gaming devices as long as possible.
This year we will be adding some fun music studies related to the seasons and holidays as they approach. So, today I’m sharing some Fall and Thanksgiving music studies and resources for you to use in your homeschool this year. I hope you enjoy them!
You can use this fun Pumpkin Song and Activities from Kristin’s Kindergarten in conjunction with your pumpkin studies this year.
If you’re studying Apples, don’t miss this fun Apple Tree Song for preschoolers.
Here are some fun Fall Songs from Preschool Education that you can sing.
Have your kids make up a fun song about November like these from Growing Kinders.
Check out this fun Three Little Pumpkins song and printable from A Teacher’s Touch.
Homeschool Giveaways has gathered 12 Thanksgiving Hymns and printable sheet music for you.
Try these fun Thanksgiving songs for Kids from Punch Bowl.
Songs for Teaching has a great collection of Thanksgiving songs for Children and Teens.
Preschoolers will enjoy these fun and easy-to-sing Thanksgiving songs from Preschool Education.
Here’s a fun song for the kids at Thanksgiving – “Three Fat Turkeys Sittin’ on the Log” from Nancy Music.
Kids will enjoy singing this Pilgrim Song from The Very Busy Kindergarten.
The Mayflower song from The Sweetest Melody.
Sing a New Song has a fun Tricky Turkey song for kids learning the piano in two levels of difficulty.
1+1+1=1 has a FREE Printable Turkey Songs and Turkey Color Activity.
Color Mr. Turkey is a fun music lesson printable from Susan Paradis.
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Vivaldi is one of my favorite composers and you can’t let fall go by without listening to his Autumn movement from the 4 Seasons.
Do you teach music according to the seasons and holidays? What are you favorite fall music studies and resources for your homeschool?