Want to use cute, seasonally themed activities but have no time to prep them all? This packet has 40+ pages of November (Fall) and Thanksgiving themed pages to help save you time and bring the holiday into your room.
This packet contains print and go pages for the following areas:
3-4: Fall and Thanksgiving themed board games for reinforcement.
5-6: Fall and Thanksgiving themed Do-A-Dot pages.
7: Fall themed articulation sheet. Let each image represent an articulation word to target, or you can write the word over the image. Use the spinner to determine which word you say.
8-9: Following directions. Read the directions on the pages and color or draw on the picture accordingly. One / Two Step directions and Two/Three Step directions.
10-11: Basic Concepts. Read the basic concept word on the picture and glue it in the correct place in relation to object on the the page.
12-13: Categories. Two different levels are given: Color the images in the same group the correct color and write corresponding items in the category provided.
14-18: Synonyms. Fall and Thanksgiving themed pages, along with a Thanksgiving synonym glyph.
19-23: Antonyms. Fall and Thanksgiving themed pages, along with a Fall antonym glyph.
24-30: Irregular Past Tense Verbs. Write the irregular past tense form of the verb under the squirrel. There is also a blank page for you to write in your own words.
31-34: Fall and Thanksgiving describing organizers.
35-37: Fall and Thanksgiving Venn Diagrams for Comparing and Contrasting.
38-40: Multiple Meaning Words. Use the spinner to decide which word to target. Say two different meanings for the word you land on, then color a part of the picture.
41-42: Fall and Thanksgiving Themed, fill in the blank, worksheets for pronouns he/she and him/her.
43-45: Thanksgiving themed vocabulary. Cut images and paste them over the correct definition. Play the spinner game to review the new vocabulary words.
46-47: Inferencing. Two levels: One page with sentences and visual answer choices and one with text only.
48: Predicting. Read the stories and use the clues to make predictions to answer the questions.
49-50: Thanksgiving themed comprehension passages with visual supports.
You may also like:
A Cornucopia of Language
Thankful for Glyphs