Daddy's, mommy's and child's hand prints are all featured in this adorable little turkey card, sure to become a cherished keepsake. Includes a note home to get parental help.
Instead of doing just turkey stuff, add variety to your November lessons, with some cornucopia craftivities.
The turkey's body is traced from a child's shoe; the feathers are handprints. Includes several options of how to make this adorable keepsake, as well as 2 poems to choose from + a letter home asking for parental help.
Encourage students to trace the numbers, as they color however many feathers that match the number on the turkey's tummy.
It's so important to continue practicing 1-to-1 correspondence with little ones, so that this remains interesting and fun for them, switch things up with a seasonal theme. Laminate the cards and put them in your math center, with an assortment of manipulatives.
Comparing the 1st Thanksgiving with today's current celebration, via a Venn diagram, is a quick and easy way to assess what your students know, as well as help them understand the concept of comparison and contrast.
Cover a variety of standards in a fun way with these "Stuff Me" Thanksgiving worksheets. Set a timer. Students write in as many _______'s as they can before the timer rings.
This packet will be FREE for an entire year! Woo hoo. After which time, it will be up-dated and put in my TpT shop. Click on the link to take a look. For your convenience I've included a PREVIEW of this new 25 page packet. "Stuff the Turkey!"