November, Thanksgiving Monthly Journals: Craft & Coloring Pack for Full Year

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    As you explore writing with your kindergarten class, students color, cut, and glue craft pieces into their journals to go along with themes!  Three writing choices provide you with differentiation options for students.  

    Monthly Journal Themes:

    January: New Year, Winter, Snowmen, Arctic Animals

    February: Hibernation, Valentine’s Day, Dental Health

    March: Saint Patrick’s Day, Spring, Spring Animals

    April: Easter, Fruits, Vegetables, Earth Day

    May: Fairy Tale Characters, Beach, Ocean Animals, Zoo Animals

    Summer: Camping, Picnic, Barbecue, Junk Foods

    August & September: School Supplies, Staying Healthy, Apples, Farm, Fall

    October: Fire Safety, Halloween

    November: Thanksgiving, US Symbols (Election), Veterans

    December: Christmas, Kwanzaa, Hanukkah

    BONUS Themes: Pirates, Dinosaurs, Sports, Pets, Outer Space & Robots, Transportation, Safari, Dogs, Weather, Five Senses, Detective / Mystery


    Page 1: Cover

    Pages 2, 3 : Product Details

    Pages 4-6: lined paper options

    Contents for Each Month:

    monthly cover

    Additional Pages for Each Theme:

    thematic journal cover, craft pieces


    Print the cover and writing sheet of your choice.  (A monthly cover is included as well, in case you prefer to do a compilation of monthly themes instead of thematic journals for each topic.)  Copy the number of writing sheets you’ll need for the theme.  Then copy the cover and writing sheets, double stapled, for each student.  Print the craft pieces, and students store them in a gallon-size Ziplock bag at school.  Throughout your theme, write about the thematic craft pieces.  You might guide your students with what to write about each day during your writing lesson, or they might write on their own during center time.  Students cut around the outside edges of the craft pieces and glue them into their journals.  Then they add their own drawings to complete their pictures!  Send journals home to share with families at the end of each theme!  The kids love to share their hard work as they tell parents about what they’ve learned, and families love to watch writing skills grow throughout the school year!  These journals are perfect for starting conversations about learning material at home!

    We have correlating VOCABULARY CARDS for the year, which are perfect for word wall resources for your students to use while writing in these craft journals. Find them HERE!

    Both pieces, along with a Memory Book, are included in this DISCOUNTED JOURNAL WRITING BUNDLE, found HERE!

    I invite you to check out more of our DISCOUNTED MEGA BUNDLES for your ENTIRE YEAR of learning!

    Letters and Beginning Sounds

    Word Families and Rhyming

    Colors and Color Words


    Numbers and Subitizing

    Find more crafts for phonics, writing, math, science, and social studies by returning to our store's home page HERE.


    The cover of Krazy for Kindyland products include exact JPEG(s) of included craft(s). 

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    What our customers are saying about our products:

    -provide engaging, hands-on fine-motor practice 

    while learning across the curriculum

    -easily differentiated, based on student needs and allow room for teacher choice

    -include consistent layouts; easy for students to understand

    -low prep and a huge time saver; GREAT for subs

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    to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
    Use a combination of drawing, dictating, and writing to narrate a single event or several loosely linked events, tell about the events in the order in which they occurred, and provide a reaction to what happened.


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