Thanksgiving is one of my favorite times of the year. All friends and family around plus all the food – lots of food, makes this holiday so special. Below, you will find a list of the best 10 FREEBIES I found around and I’m planning to use next week in my classroom. These highly engaging Thanksgiving themed activities are sure to be a hit with your young learners. See the list of my suggestions below. Hope you enjoy!
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#1. Thanksgiving Turkey Hat Craft
Have your students make these adorable turkey hats to wear on their little turkey heads! 🙂 The pieces included could even be used for standard turkey crafts or to supplement a writing activity.
source: Breanna Newell
#2. Thanksgiving Writing Craft: Thankful Pie Activity
This fun Thanksgiving writing craft will not only have student practicing their writing skills, but it will enrich them by having them list three things they are thankful for this Thanksgiving.
source: The Candy Class
#3. Littlest Pilgrim Response and Craft
source: Just Reed
#4. Turkey Craft – Turkey Dough
source: Tools to Grow
#5. Thanksgiving Reading Comprehension
source: Golden Rule Design
#6. Maria’s Thanksgiving – Story and Comprehension (FREE)
source: Super Power Speech
#7. The Story of Thanksgiving from Two Perspectives
Thanksgiving Book and Game includes a turnaround upside down book as well as a comprehension game. With the turn around upside down book, students read about the Pilgrims from the beginning of the book to the center. They will then close the book, turn it upside down, and read the story of Squanto from the “new” beginning to the center.
source: Gay Miller
#8. Native American Comprehension Passage Main Idea Vocabulary
Native American Comprehension Passage Main Idea Vocabulary download is perfect for your Thanksgiving lessons.
#9. Thanksgiving Math – Find, Tally and Graph
This is a math center that incorporates counting, tallies, graphing and basic addition and subtraction skills.
source: Renee Dooly
#10. Thanksgiving Math: PPT for making 10
Students figure out how much more is needed to complete the ten-frame. Click on each slide to reveal the hidden foods!
source: Brenda Tejeda
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