1. Feathers on the Turkey
Draw the number of feathers to match the number on the turkey.
2. Finish the Pattern
Finish the patterns of Thanksgiving images.
3. Write the Room
Practice writing six Thanksgiving words (pictures to match)
4. Memory Match
Match the Thanksgiving picture with the Thanksgiving word (initial letters on pictures to aid students)
5. Capital and Lower-Case MatchBring the Pilgrims and Natives together by matching the lower case and upper case letters.
6. What Do You Want to Eat?
Draw the food that they want to eat on Thanksgiving on the plate.
7. Thankful Turkey
Draw pictures of three things you are thankful for and glue them to the turkey.
8. Draw Your Family at Thanksgiving
Draw what your family does on Thanksgiving. Share your picture and talk about the similarities and differences between what you and your classmates do.
9. Ten Fat Turkeys
Read Ten Fat Turkeys by Tony Johnston. Use the turkeys as a prop.
10. How to Make an Apple Pie and See the World
Read How to Make an Apple Pie and See the World. Label a map with the ingredients. Make an apple crisp as a class.
11. Vegetable Stamping
Cut up fall vegetables. Use them as stamps and talk about what the stamp looks like.