Login Gratitude Game This week I was responsible for a Thanksgiving activity for a group of 40 kids, and we played this fun Gratitude Game. While planning the activity, I really wanted to help the children focus on things that the are grateful for in their lives. I wanted them to go beyond the list of typical answers and really thing about things that they appreciate in their lives. The first activity I asked them to do was create these Gratitude Journal envelopes.
Ready to teach smarter and save time? Literacy, math, printables, book lists and more! Write one letter of the alphabet on each turkey using the Sharpie marker or place one letter sticker on each turkey.
Place all the turkeys in a basket or plastic tub. This game can be played in large or small groups. Have the students sit in a circle and pass the basket around. If the student can read the letter he keeps the turkey. If not, then he may ask a friend to help read the letter.
After the gobble turkey is chosen the person who selected it must put all of his turkeys back in the basket. Turkey Clothespin Letter Matching You can download the free ABC turkey clothespin printable and read more about the activity on the blog here.
Turkey Feather Matching Letters You can download a free turkey printable and read more about the activity on the blog here. Thanksgiving Beginning Sounds Game This game helps students isolate beginning sounds while playing a fun, whole group game.
The beginning sounds game is available in the Thanksgiving Literacy Packet located in the printables section below. Included are the playing cards and an original poem. Thanksgiving Rhyming Game Students roll the picture cube and give a word that rhymes with the picture. They mark their recording sheet when they give a correct rhyme.
If students need help generating a rhyme they can ask a friend. This activity is available in the Thanksgiving Literacy Packet located in the printables section below. It includes the black and white recording sheet and a printable picture cube you can cut out and assemble or you can print out the cards and attach them to a square box or use a pocket die.
Thanksgiving Syllables Students attach clothespins to the cards to identify the correct number of syllables.
The Thanksgiving syllable clothespin activity is available in the Thanksgiving Literacy Packet located in the printables section below. Thanksgiving Concepts of Print Printable Pocket Chart The predictable text in this pocket chart set will help your students learn concepts of print such as left to right directionality, return sweep, one-to-one correspondence, and more.
Small Group, Literacy Centers Objective: Oral language, storytelling, sequencing Book:Thanksgiving theme activities for your Pre-K and preschool classroom. printables, book lists and more to make learning fun! Thanksgiving theme activities for your Pre-K and preschool classroom. Literacy, math, printables, book lists and more to make learning fun!
Top. Skip to primary navigation and use sliced deli turkey for the. Kindergarten Social Studies Activities. Children are never too young to begin learning more about culture and geography.
It is also important to demonstrate early on that history isn’t a boring subject they will always shy away from. Kindergarten Activity: Thanksgiving Writing Prompts: Modified to work with kindergarten, first or second grade, these Thanksgiving writing prompts will have your students thinking and writing about crunchy leaves, football and more.
Thanksgiving Writing Thanksgiving Turkey Writing Ideas Writing Activities Teaching Writing Writing Prompts. Grab this 34 page FREE packet to use when teaching story elements (character, setting, problem and solution) in your classroom.
Many of the worksheets/graphic organizers can be used for any text. Kindergarten Thanksgiving Worksheets and Printables. Reading & Writing. Worksheet. Dot to Dot Dessert. Worksheet. Dot to Dot Dessert. Connect the dots 1 through 26 to find a delicious treat. A perfect learning activity for holiday time, or any time.
This cute turkey coloring page is an adorable activity for Thanksgiving Day. Color in. While I new what phonological awareness was and how to teach the different aspects of it, I spent more time pushing letter and individual sound recognition and less time counting words in a sentence, segmenting and blending syllables, onset-rime, alliteration, and rhyming.