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Thanksgiving Writing for Kindergarten

Thanksgiving Writing for Kindergarten
Thanksgiving Writing for Kindergarten
Thanksgiving Writing for Kindergarten
Thanksgiving Writing for Kindergarten
Thanksgiving Writing for Kindergarten
Thanksgiving Writing for Kindergarten
Thanksgiving Writing for Kindergarten
Thanksgiving Writing for Kindergarten
Product Description
Thanksgiving Writing for Kindergarten is the perfect packet to engage your students in a variety of holiday writing activities and booklets. The writing topics include Pilgrims, turkeys, Native Americans, family Thanksgiving traditions, fall activities, Mayflower, being thankful, response to Thanksgiving literature, the first Thanksgiving, and more. It works well as a guided writing, small and whole group writing, or for your writing or literacy center.

The packet includes:

• I can learn about Thanksgiving. – draw, write, and share about Thanksgiving.

• What can you write about the Mayflower? – draw and write about the Mayflower.

• A Pilgrim has . . . Writing – complete the sentence frame to tell about a Pilgrim. Draw a picture to illustrate the writing.

• A turkey is . . . Writing – complete the sentence frame to tell something about a turkey. Draw a picture to illustrate the writing.

• A Native American can . . . Writing – complete the sentence frame to tell something about a Native American. Draw a picture to illustrate the writing.

• It is Thanksgiving! – write a list of things you can do to celebrate Thanksgiving.

• What I See at Thanksgiving – draw and label four things you see during Thanksgiving.

• Thanksgiving – draw a Thanksgiving picture and write about it.

• Thanksgiving Colors – finish each “I see” sentence frame. Trace the color words.

• I can write Thanksgiving words. – trace the Thanksgiving words. Color the pictures.

• Thanksgiving Book Report – write about a favorite part of a Thanksgiving book.

• I can write Thanksgiving words. – trace the Thanksgiving words. Color the pictures.

• Thanksgiving Book Report – write about a favorite part of a Thanksgiving book.

• Retell a Thanksgiving Story – draw and label a sequence of three events in a Thanksgiving story.

• A Thanksgiving Story – draw and label the main character (who), setting (where), and an event (what) from a Thanksgiving story.

• I read a Thanksgiving animal book. – draw a picture to illustrate the story, and write a response to the question, “Did you like it?”

• Thanksgiving is Fun! – draw a picture of a fun Thanksgiving activity. Trace and finish an ”I like to . . .” sentence.

• Thanksgiving Day with Family – draw and write about Thanksgiving Day with family. Trace and complete the sentence frame, “We like to . . .”

• Thanksgiving Day Traditions - draw a picture of Thanksgiving Day traditions. Trace and complete the “We . . .” sentence starters.

• A Great Day to Carve a Turkey – draw a picture and write about carving a turkey.

• Turkey Wishbone Wish – draw and write about a wish when wishing on the turkey wishbone.

• Writing About Turkeys - draw a picture of a turkey. Trace and finish the ”I like turkeys. Turkeys . . .” sentence.

• All About Turkeys – draw and label 2 facts about turkeys. Complete the frame sentence, “A turkey is _________________.”

• Draw a Funny Turkey – draw a picture of a funny turkey. Complete the ”My turkey has . . . .” frame sentence.

• Draw a Thanksgiving Turkey – draw a picture of a Thanksgiving turkey. Complete the ”My turkey has . . . ” frame sentence.

• Pilgrim Facts – draw and label two facts about Pilgrims. Trace and complete the frame sentence, “A Pilgrim can ______________________.”.

• I can write about Pilgrims. – trace and complete sentence frames about Pilgrims. Draw a picture to illustrate.

• I Am a Pilgrim Booklet – trace and read the sentences about being a Pilgrim.

• I Am Thankful – trace and complete the “I am thankful for _____________.” sentence. Draw a picture.

• What is different and the same about . . . ? – draw and label what is different and the same about the first Thanksgiving and Thanksgiving today.

• The Feast Booklet – cut out the pictures of 4-6 favorite foods. Glue one picture to each page in the booklet. Complete the sentences and color the pictures to complete the booklet.

• What I See at Thanksgiving Time Booklet – trace, read, and illustrate the sentences about what is seen at Thanksgiving time.

• Writing Center Printables – Thanksgiving themed writing paper for open-ended writing activities or at a writing center.

Includes graphics &/or fonts copyright Dianne J. Hook. www.djinkers.com. License #: 12159215601.

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→ This packet was updated October 2016. If you purchased it before this date, download it again to get the updated version.

For more Thanksgiving activities see:
Talking Turkey and Thanksgiving Literacy and Math Activities and Centers
Thanksgiving Math Centers First Grade
Thanksgiving Literacy Centers
Thanksgiving Writing for Firsties
Thanksgiving Writing for Second Graders

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