Pages 1-12: Create a turkey -- See color picture on cover sheet picture for what the turkey should look like. Color and black and white pictures are included in this download. The color pictures can be used for an open-ended game, where you provide your own task cards or stimuli, and children get to earn all of the pieces to assemble a turkey. The pieces should be laminated for durability. The black and white pieces can be assembled as a craftivity to address following directions, prepositions, requesting, expanding expressive language skills, and more! No need for lamination.
Pages 13-14: Turkey Glyph – Using conditional directions, have students color the picture.
Page 15: Writing activity – I am thankful for…. Depending on the grade level, you can have students fill this page out using one sentence or more.
Pages 16-22: Turkey Categories – includes 9 turkey bodies with category labels, with 6 items per category on feathers (54 feathers). Have students sort the feathers and put each turkey together. Laminate for durability.
Page 23: Turkey token board – use magnetic chips, bingo chips, or crayons to color in each circle as students correctly produce their sounds, respond to questions, follow directions, etc.. Use your own task cards or materials to supplement this page. Laminate for durability.
Pages 24-25: Open-ended game board – Using your own materials, dice, and game pieces, help the Pilgrims and Native Americans gather what they need for the first Thanksgiving feast! Laminate for durability.
Page 26: Copyright information