Turkey Shape Craft, Counting Activity for Thanksgiving, Fall, Farm Math Center
As you implement Thanksgiving lessons and teach students about turkeys, students practice fine motor and visual-spatial skills with this shape turkey craft activity! Students might create the turkey during morning work, center time, indoor recess, or for fast finisher work! Note that preschool, kindergarten, and first grade students enjoy both coloring and painting our crafts, which feature thick lines. Three options, plus a coloring option, are included to best meet the needs of your little learners! You might also attach the craft to a stuffed paper bag. The kids LOVE making "pets" to take home!
During your math lesson, students choose a shape on their turkeys to count. Then the student or teacher writes the number on the short line, along with the shape word on the long line. Example: “I see 6 circles looking at me.
Pages 1-3: Product Details
Page 4: coloring option
Page 5: turkey (option 1)
Pages 6: body, two wings, two feet, two eyes (option 2)
Page 7: feathers (option 3)
Page 8: two wings, body (2 sets) (option 3)
Page 9: head, two eyes, neck, two feet (option 3)
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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What our customers are saying about our products:
-provides engaging, hands-on fine-motor practice while learning across the curriculum
-easily differentiated kindergarten activities, based on student needs and also allows room for teacher choice
-includes consistent layouts; easy for students to understand
-low prep and a huge time saver; GREAT for subs
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