Stone Soup Craft and Writing Pack: What ingredients do you need? (Thanksgiving)
After you read the classic story of Stone Soup, students craft a pot of soup. Students write and/or draw on a variety of differentiated options to show what ingredients they would add to their own pots of stone soup. Add a standard sheet of construction paper behind the writing choice to create a frame. Color, cut, and glue soup craft, and glue on the top of the frame. Cut and glue the spoon to the side of the frame.
This is the perfect craft to accompany a Thanksgiving feast activity, where you might invite each student to bring an ingredient for your soup!
Page 1: Cover
Page 2: Product Details
Page 3: spoon (4)
Page 4: flames
Page 5: lid, two handles
Page 6: pot
Page 7: coloring and drawing sheet
Page 8: drawing sheet
Page 9: list and drawing sheet
Page 10: writing sheet
Additional Thanksgiving and feasting book companions to accompany this craft pack 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
Chew, Swallow, Gulp!
10 Turkeys in the Road
A Turkey for Thanksgiving
How to Catch a Turkey
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