This 60-page PDF file is jam-packed with ELA and Math printables. I have included a short preview for you to see (the 60 page file was "too large") because there are so many pages; however, I added a bunch of red squares and circles since it is just a preview. Please understand that the file you may purchase DOES NOT have those marks!
**As a teacher, you do not not have to use each and every page. However, there are some cute, useful, and unique ideas to help students enjoy math and writing.
*Here are the pages in order from 1-60 (you cannot follow along with the preview because I could not upload the full file because it was too large)
1. If I Were Aboard The Mayflower writing template.
2. Acorn Math Cut & Paste - matching digits with the correct number of dots.
3. Draw & Write - a child is jumping in the leaves. Have your students finish the picture by adding whatever they want, then have them write about what they drew.
4. Fall Is As.... - students will finish the sentence by drawing what they think matches and writing the word. For example, fall is as yellow as - they would draw a banana and write the word "banana." Fall is as red as - they would draw a cherry and write "cherry."
5. Cornucopia writing template.
6. Pumpkin Subtracting (borrowing)
7. Pumpkin Adding (single digits)
8-18. Make Your Own Turkey Using Shapes. Cut out the shapes and make a turkey's face, feathers (pg. 20), and legs.
19. Make Your Own Turkey with the given shapes.
20. Feathers for projects.
21. Leaves printable.
22. If I Were A Pilgrim writing template (for a girl)
23. If I Were A Pilgrim writing template (for a boy)
24. Pilgrim Dialogue (all boys) - partner up two boys have them write a fake conversation between two Pilgrim boys.
25. Pilgrim Dialogue (boy/girl) - partner up two students (1 boy and 1 girl) have them write a fake conversation between two Pilgrims.
26. Pilgrim Dialogue (all girls) - partner up two girls have them write a fake conversation between two Pilgrim girls.
27. Pilgrim Children VS Today's Children Venn Diagram.
28. ________'sThanksgiving Placemat - have your students create a placemat with things (images/words) that they are thankful for. Have them write their name so you know who's placemat it is. Use magazines, newspapers, or just crayons.
29-30. Map Columbus's voyage to the Americas. The continents and a Mayflower ship is provided. Cut them out and put them on blue construction paper and have students either manipulate it. Another idea is to give students multiple Mayflowers, have them glue a starting point and a finishing point connected by lines to show the path.
31. Pumpkin Adding - carrying.
32. What Would They Say? - two Pilgrims and two Indians sitting at Thanksgiving dinner with quotation bubbles over their head. Have students create a fake conversation.
33. Letter writing template.
34. Add To The Picture - turkey. Have students add to the picture and then have them write about it.
35. Add To The Picture - Pilgrim. Have students add to the picture and then have them write about it.
36. Postcard - this is a blank postcard for students to draw a famous person in it. They can draw an Indian/Native American or a Pilgrim and show why they are great people through their drawings.
37-40. Thanksgiving Shopping Activity - this includes 20 cards of food and prices so students can go shopping for their Thanksgiving dinner. Also included is a shopping list so students can write what they "bought", how much it was, and then total their purchase for a sum.
41. Pumpkin subtracting - single digits numbers.
42. Add To The Picture & Write- blank Thanksgiving dinner table. Have students add to the picture and then write about it.
43. Thanksgiving Draw & Compare - the directions say to draw two Thanksgiving symbols in the boxes and then to compare them below by answering the questions.
44. Thanksgiving Quilt - this quilt has 9 squares. Have students fill them in by showing what they are thankful for this season.
45. Turkey Patterns - there are 4 different turkeys provided. Have students create different patterns on the turkey's feathers. For an extended activity, have students write what type of pattern it is next to the turkey (ABAB or AABBAABB, for example).
46. Turkey Math - adding two digit numbers
47. Turkey Math - subtracting two digit numbers, in some cases borrowing.
48. Turkey Disguise - create a disguise for the turkey. Use feathers, scrap fabric, googly eyes, construction paper, etc.
49. I Am Thankful For - let students draw/write what they are thankful for.
50. I Am Thankful For feathers - have students cut out a feather (or cut it out for them) and have them write what they are thankful for on the line.
51. How Many Pumpkins? - this worksheet has 8 different pumpkins and the students to total the number of pumpkins, eyes, noses, mouths, and stems.
52. Turkey writing template.
53. Turkey Venn Diagram/Graphic Organizer - the venn diagram is in the turkey body and the feathers can be used for sentences describing their findings (conclusions) from the venn diagram.
54. Thanksgiving Images printable.
55. Thanksgiving Food Then & Now venn diagram.
56. I Am Thankful For cornucopia - have students write or draw things that they are thankful for inside the cornucopia.
57. Thanksgiving Holiday bookmarks (there are 6 different kinds)
58. Blank Cornucopia - let students write or draw things that they like about Thanksgiving, eat, do, people they see, things they are thankful for, etc.
59. Turkey Feathers - this worksheet has 4 different turkeys on it and asks students to count the number of feathers on each turkey.
60. Happy Thanksgiving card - simply fold the card in half and let students go to town! Have them create it for whomever they wish!
HAPPY THANKSGIVING AND ENJOY!