Thanksgiving Writing Craft for Kindergarten with a Thankful Turkey
This Thanksgiving, document what your students are thankful for by filling in the blank on the turkey during a kindergarten writing lesson! You might keep this craft as a monthly cutting/gluing/writing/drawing sample. A sample for every month is available in my store. I keep all of the students’ work in their individual binders to present to them as a gift in May. The kids and parents absolutely love it!
Teacher writes his/her name on top, short line.
Teacher or student fills in the blank on the bottom, long line.
Next to the words, student draws a picture of what s/he is thankful for!
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Page 5: Writing/Drawing Sheet, Eyes, Beak, Snood
Pages 6: Feathers (1 bunch for students to color)
Page 7: Body, Wings
Page 8 (Feet) 9 sets)
Book companions to accompany this craft include but certainly are not limited to:
A Plump and Perky Turkey
Ten Thankful Turkeys
Run, Turkey, Run!
10 Fat Turkeys
Five Silly Turkeys
I'm a Turkey
The Very Stuffed Turkey
There was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Turkey
10 Turkeys in the Road
A Turkey for Thanksgiving
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-provides engaging, hands-on fine-motor practice while learning across the curriculum
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