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Thanksgiving Book Use this fun interactive paper bag book for your students to share what they are thankful for. Each page of the book includes space for them to illustrate and write about what they are thankful for. The pages are below: At Home I'm Thankful For... At School I'm Thankful For... Outside I'm Thankful For... Talents I'm Thankful For... A List of Other Things I'm Thankful For... Connect with Me! Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/thecreativeclassroom/Facebook: https://www.fa
Go beyond, "What are you thankful for?" with these fun worksheets. The first one asks children to think of things they are thankful for that meet specific criteria. The second has an ABC format.Not only do these questions facilitate flexible and fluent thinking, but they also get kids to think more deeply about all the things they have to be grateful for. This activity is a good one for Thanksgiving, but could be used at anytime of the year.Distance Learning:There is also a digital version using
Here is a set of 20 Would you Rather Questions about Thanksgiving. Great for discussion starters, class polls and journal prompts. Print out or use as an Easel Activity. To use, click the white, OPEN AS EASEL ACTIVITY button to the right. Students can use the highlight tool to select their answers and explain their reasoning in answer boxes. Terms of UseThis resource was created by Rachel Lynette for Minds in Bloom INC., all rights reserved. It may be used by the original purchaser for single cl
This activity is always one of my students’ favorites! Give each student a “Shopping for Thanksgiving Dinner” page, as well as an “Items” page. They need to decide what they will buy for dinner. They only have $25 to spend, and they have to buy at least 6 items. When they are done, they fill out the “My Thanksgiving Dinner” page. I also included some extension activities for students who need a little bit more of a challenge. If you enjoy this freebie, be sure to check out my NEW Let's Go
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Hi friends! I hope you enjoy this fun Thanksgiving Coloring Pages FREEBIE!! I'm so, so grateful for you! Thank you for all of your kind words and support...sending you *lots* of good vibes! All flash deals and freebies are announced on my Instagram (@RainbowSprinkleStudio) if you want to join the fun! :) - Sasha**Please note that I created these coloring pages using my own clipart (my clipart is not allowed for commercial use in coloring pages - these coloring pages are for *personal use only!*
We hope you enjoy these free sample pages from our Thanksgiving Unit!Includes:1-page text on Pilgrim Clothing1-page Pilgrim Clothing Diagram1-page text on Native American Clothing1-page Native American DiagramCompare and Contrast WorksheetFor the full text go to:Thansgiving Activity {Native Americans & Pilgrims Informational Text}Follow us by clicking the link at the top of the page to receive notice when we add new products and freebies. All new products are 50% off for the first 48 hours!
Need a few skills practice pages for your class in November? Then these turkey filled pages are for you. I hope you and your kiddos enjoy them! I am thankful for Teachers Pay Teachers and teachers like you! I hope you have a wonderful holiday with your class and your family. Happy Thanksgiving! Happy teaching! Katie You may also be interested in these other Print and Go! products: Print and Go! Apples, Pumpkins & Leaves Math and Literacy Print and Go! Christmas Math and Literacy Prin
15 Thanksgiving printable activities for prek-Kindergarten focusing on visual discrimination, literacy, and math. Laminate and create centers with these fun hands-on activities or use as cut and paste activities. What is Included: - Lower case and Upper case vowel practice -Beginning Sound practice -number recognition activity -number quantity activity -counting practice -Shape recognition -Sorting foods and people -Sorting different thanksgiving pictures -visual discrimination- which one is di
Find out what happens when five little turkeys realize they are on the Thanksgiving menu! This freebie reader is a fun little twist on the Five Little Pumpkins poem. Some ideas on how to use it: -whole group read aloud -reading buddies -drama (have kids act out story) Retelling puppets and Canadian version included! Your feedback always brightens my day! Happy Teaching Erin Palleschi Once Upon A Classroom
Thank you for downloading this fun writing freebie! This writing resource will help your students plan and write a well-organized paragraph for Halloween and Thanksgiving.Students fill out a tree map, use this information to fill in the writing web, then, use their web to write a well-organized paragraph. Kindergartners can just fill in the tree map or writing web. First and second graders can do all 3 assignments (tree map, writing web, and paragraph). More developed writers can add details to
Thankful Writing is a lesson plan with a set of digital and printable resources for teaching students to write a simple 5-paragraph essay about the things they are thankful for. You'll find directions for introducing this easy expository format, leading a brainstorming session, and working with students as they complete their Thanksgiving essays. The best part is that they can glue their essays into a folder, decorate them, and share them with their families on Thanksgiving Day!New for 2020! Tha
Free Thanksgiving Activity: How to Draw Scarecrow, Turkeys and Pilgrims for Thanksgiving. I designed this activity for the classroom teacher, so it's easy for you to make fun, memorable, and lasting art projects with your students in the classroom! Art teachers will love this packet because it has handouts, coloring sheets, and examples to use in your classes.  Follow along with my "6 Easy Steps" handouts to make one, or all, of the following Thanksgiving pictures:1 Scarecrow2 Turkey Designs1 B
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This cute little turkey craftivity is a great way to review place value concepts during the month of November. Students will identify the number in standard form, word form, number models and expanded form. Students will also identify higher/lower numbers and odd/even. This activity can work with 2, 3, 4, or even 5 digit numbers. Enjoy!
Do you have a student who struggles with reading comprehension simply because they have not mastered their sight words? Teaching, practicing, and mastering sight words for all grade levels are the key components to increasing reading fluency and comprehension skills, and this bundle will provide you color by code worksheets for grades K-5 in one simple download for your November morning work, literacy centers, fast finisher activities, etc!I invite you to click the links below to check out what
Your students will love to learn how to label a picture with this FREE Thanksgiving Writing Activity packet. Included are 3 labeling Thanksgiving worksheets for your students to complete. These No Prep Thanksgiving activities are ideal for the month of November and can be used for morning work, literacy centers, with substitutes, and for homework.I hope you find this FREE writing activity helpful!•••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••More Thanksgiving Act
This is a great emergent reader for any early elementary classroom. It tells the story of Thanksgiving in a very kid friendly way! ♥ If you like this book, you'll LOVE these: A Bundle of 41 Emergent Readers! You might also like: November Bundle
FREE! Gobble Game: CVC Words, Blends, and DigraphsAdorable turkey graphics + a simple game + short vowel words = fun reading practice! This card game features CVC words and words with blends and digraphs. Directions for 2 versions of the game are included to accommodate younger learners. Whichever version you choose, students will enjoy playing this engaging, Thanksgiving-themed reading game!This game includes:* 24 CVC word cards* 24 Word cards with blends and digraphs* 1 Editable page so you
Thanksgiving Activities Free Thanksgiving ELA Games {FREE} contains 2 fun and engaging Thanksgiving-themed bump games to help students to practice the following skills: • Using context clues to define tricky words • Determining the meanings of idioms These games are so simple to use and require very minimal prep. They are perfect to use in literacy centers or as extension activities when students complete their work! Included with this Thanksgiving Games set: Instructions for play 2 p
Here are 4 different Thanksgiving/ Autumn themed Tangrams puzzles for you to cut out and use in your classroom! Each tangram is on a 3.7" x 4.9" card and there are 4 card on a page. The color tangrams show the individual shapes while the black tangrams only show the whole figure as a sold color. The colored tangrams are filled in with shades of red, orange, yellow and brown. I have also included 3 different sized tangram squares for you to print out in both color and black. The black tangram sq
Here is a Thanksgiving ABC order activity for your students.Check out this link for my Thanksgiving packet that includes 23 math and literacy activities. Thanksgiving Math and Literacy PacketI'M FREE--PLEASE BE KIND ENOUGH TO RATE ME! Thank you!
Go beyond the worksheet with these FREE Holiday Math Activities!This product includes link for Google Slide version and digital directions, too.This set contains two different division and subtraction math games to play to keep your students learning and engaged this Thanksgiving season! Games are played with dice, crayons and a pencil. These math games are also easy enough to leave with a sub this month. Thanksgiving Math Games Contents:Sharing Thanksgiving Pies-DivisionDelicious Differences-S
FREE Thanksgiving Sight Word Fluency Flip Book & Writing Prompt***The complete Thanksgiving unit of 6 flip books is available here! ***How to use this bookTo Assemble the flip book: Cut around each rectangle box, then along the dashed lines of the bottom rectangle. Make sure that the top rectangle is left intact as it will form the base for the flip book! Arrange the word cards one on top of the other and staple them to the base. Students will have lots of fun reading their flip books over a
Here is a fun little activity for you to use in class or to send home with your students for the long weekend. This activity is a blend of creative and critical thinking, research, and even a little math. Answer key included.Distance Learning:There is also a digital version using TpT's new digital tool. After purchase, click the white “Open in Easel" button on this page. This will give you access to a digital overlay where students can type in their responses and use a pen tool to solve the word
Looking for a fun and interesting way to address this challenging language goal? This product will help your students gain a better understanding of main ideas and supporting details. It includes: *a visual aid or analogy for explaining the topic, main idea and supporting details. *12 tables of topics and main idea cards *12 images that represent supporting details. * blank tables and turkeys to create your own topics and/or main ideas * organize the topic, main idea and supporting details on

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