Now that November is here, Thanksgiving is just around the corner. There are so many freebies out there. Here is just a shaving off the tip at the top of the iceberg....
The first one is a template for a simple acrostic poem of thankfulness. This is useful for putting students of all ages in a mindset of gratitude for everything we have as we enter this season. Use this as a bell ringer in high school or a homework assignment for the lower grades. Have students take it home and interview family about what they are thankful for.
The next one is a mini-unit on word problems for 1-3 grade. It includes addition and subtraction, but with a seasonally appropriate theme.
Lesson Lady's Thanksgiving themed art activity pages for fast finishers is a favorite. It is full of fun coloring pages for the kiddos. Create an anchor chart with activities students can work on when they finish and add this to the list. It gives them a bit of down time to work on their fine motor skills.
And, why not use the holidays to take a break and have a little fun. Check out Thanksgiving bingo. They'll learn vocabulary while they're at it.
Finally, have your students make edible turkeys. I did this last year with students in high school and elementary school, and they all had a blast. They're so cute and so tasty! All you need are oreos, candy corn, white frosting and something for the body. (You can use whoppers and peanut butter cups, as pictured here, or something else. Last year I used chocolate covered cherries.)
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