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Dress a Turkey is used to practice pronouns, basic concepts as well as similarities and differences.
This packet contains cute, colorful, fun, and motivational activities that may be used to help early childhood and kindergarten students practice using vocabulary, pronouns, basic concepts, as well as descriptions.
Pronouns - he, she, they
Basic concepts - same, different, on, off, top, bottom, middle/center, in
front, behind, high, low, tall, short, how many, tallest, shortest,
medium sized, upside down, right side up, together, separated, row
Clothing - shorts, skirt, vest, tie, bow tie, hat, glasses
Colors - red, green purple, white, yellow, blue, pink
Patterns - stripes, polka dots
This activity starts with 2 pictures of a pair of turkeys that are the same. You ask the student if the pictures are the same or different to teach the concept same. The pictures progress with differences in clothing which the turkeys are wearing. You could ask the students simple questions about the turkeys (i.e.,” Who has a blue vest?”) The student would respond by pointing and saying (“He does.” “She does”. Or “They do.”). A more advanced activity would be to have the students describe the similarities and differences between the turkeys by responding to the questions. “How are they alike?” (i.e., “They both have blue vests.”) or “How are they different?” (i.e., “He has a red hat and she has a pink shirt.”). The pictures increase in difficulty as the activity progresses.
This includes visuals (sentence strips) that may be provided to students for describing similarities and differences.