Thanksgiving Shared Reading
Thanksgiving shared reading is a low prep, fun way to practice sight words and beginning Reading skills in context.
Thanksgiving Count and Compare Numbers to 10
Count and compare turkeys 1-10 by choosing greater than, less than, or equal signs. Compare by numbers, by counting, and by ten frames. A fun and engaging way to practice comparing numbers to 10. This 28 card deck is perfect for engaging your students while they practice comparing numbers to 10. T...
Thanksgiving Science Activities for Preschoolers - Pre-K Pages
The science center and science experiments provide opportunities for preschoolers to learn more about the world around them. Use the interest in Thanksgiving this time of year to explore vegetables, pumpkins, cranberries, butter, and other fun explorations. Here are over 20 science activities for the preschoolers in your classroom to explore this particular season. Thanksgiving ...
Paper Plate Turkey Craft for Kids
Thanksgiving just has a way of sneaking up on us doesn't it? As I prepare for the holiday, I struggle with the guest list and the dinner menu. One thing I don't want to have to struggle with, is entertaining my kids as we prepare for the big day. So I've been looking for ways to keep them busy while creating some cute art in the process. This Paper Plate Turkey Craft for Kids is fun and not too complicated, so older kids can do it with minimal parental help. After all, you've got a dinner to…
Thanksgiving activities and centers for preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten
Thanksgiving and turkey themed activities and centers for preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten. (math, literacy, fine motor, character, and more).
Thanksgiving 5 Senses Easy Reader - Fantastic Fun & Learning
Use this free printable Thanksgiving 5 Senses Easy Reader as a fun Thanksgiving activity and way to teach gratitude in preschool and kindergarten.
Building Number Sense with Decomposing Turkey
Hi, friends! I'm here today to quickly share an interactive, easy, and thematic way to help build number sense! Right now, we are working on decomposing numbers, specifically the numbers five and ten. Here's how
Turkey Craft Project
Today marks the halfway point in November. I can’t believe it! We are entering one of the busiest times of the year. There’s so much to be done to prepare for the holidays, both at school and at home. Last week I shared some Thanksgiving centers and freebies in this post. But today I’m back ... Read More about Thanksgiving Read Alouds, DIY Crafts, and Activities for Kindergarten
Free Thanksgiving Printables for Kids
FREE Thanksgiving printables for toddlers, preschool and kindergarten. Large collection of activities featuring math, literacy, playdough mats, tracing, do-a-dot sheets, emergent reader, packs, coloring, matching, puzzles and more!
Editable Thanksgiving Sight Word Bingo
EDITABLE Thanksgiving Sight Word bingo is a hit with my students! It's the perfect activity to get some sight word review in before Thanksgiving Break. The best part is you can use any 30 words and the cards autofill and shuffle the words for you- just type ONCE and print! Great for Kindergarten, 1st or 2nd Grade.
Thanksgiving Literacy Activities | Kindergarten and 1st Grade
Prek, Kindergarten, and First Grade students all enjoy these Thanksgiving literacy activities. There are centers and worksheets designed for Kindergarten and 1st grade beginning readers. Initial and final sounds. For kids who love to manipulate letters for word work! Check it out at The Fun Factory on Teachers Pay Teachers!
November Read Alouds | Sweet for Kindergarten
Check out 20 of my favorite books to read aloud in November, all about Thanksgiving, turkeys, being thankful, and family.
Thanksgiving Write the Room- Beginning Sounds
Looking for Thanksgiving literacy ideas? Use this Thanksgiving write the room focusing on beginning sounds with your students! Students will walk around the room, looking for pictures, and write down the beginning sound. Great for Kindergarten or First Grade!
The Cutest Fall Sweets We've Ever Made
Autumn has officially arrived, so it's time for some of our favorite cool-weather desserts. But this year, we're giving plain pumpkin pie a super-cute update to make it even more tempting. These adorable desserts celebrate everything we love about fall, like trips to the pumpkin patch, multicolor leaves on trees, and even the acorns scattered on sidewalks.