Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Turkey Time


I can't believe it is almost Thanksgiving! This year is flying by. Check out these darling turkeys we made! We are writing a list of things we are thankful for and then we will add our feathers with our thankful things.






 Click here for a free download of the "I am thankful for..." paper topper.



Click on the "Be Thankful" book to download a free copy. The book is very basic. I use it to begin our study of the Pilgrims. 



The following is one of my turkey math centers. I copied turkeys onto brown paper and wrote numbers on them. Then, I made feathers and hot glued clothes pins on the back so students can clip the feathers onto the turkey.




What is your favorite turkey or Thanksgiving activity? I will send a free copy of my turkey unit to the first 3 comments telling about your favorite Thanksgiving activity. It can be a craft, song, poem book etc! Don't forget to add your email address! Thanks so much for stopping by:)


-Shelley

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2 comments:

  1. I love to to do the how to cook a turkey activity with my students. I love to read "put in a pot and cook it for 5 minutes". I always make placemats for our family pot luck where the students do turkey handprints on paper and I write Happy thanksgiving and the year and laminate them. The parents love them.



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  2. We write narratives as if we were attending the first Thanksgiving.
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