Try this no-prep Thanksgiving Internet activity for free! It includes a specially designed webpage, student sheet, and answers. Kids study a diagram of turkey body parts and define them in their own words. They can also read an article about turkeys and listen to their varied calls.
Do you want more? Check out the complete November Independent Learning Module (ILM)
for eight webpages of student exploration and related student sheets:
• Informational Text - Reading a Turkey Diagram
• Language - Capitalizing Relatives’ Names
• Listening – Taking Notes on How to Make Pizza Video
• Literature – Reading and Responding to “Two Thanksgiving Gentlemen”
• Math – Evaluating Thanksgiving Dinner Nutrition Facts and Logic Puzzles
• Science – Exploring Engineering and Design
• Social Studies – Sequencing the History of Veteran’s Day
• Writing – Persuasive Writing About the National Anthem
Created by master teacher Brenda Kovich
, these activities are classroom-tested and kid-approved. The Independent Learning Module Bundle
, which includes all nine monthly ILMs, can be purchased for 30% off. Click here
to view all of them.
Teachers love ILMs! Read what they’ve had to say:
• To any potential customers, please know that these ILMs are just as perfect as can be for students. They cover a great deal of content in a rigorous way and are highly engaging for the students. I cannot recommend them enough. My students could hardly wait until they got this assignment each month. They actually cheered! As their teacher, I did too!
• I have been using them as an early finisher project for students who finish their writing and reading projects first, but they all love them so much that I have students begging to stay in at recess, at lunch, and at other “self selected” times.
• Added the link to my Google Classroom as an assignment, printed the packet, and we were rockin and rollin!
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