Who is ready for pumpkin pie and turkey? I know I am! To get everyone in the holiday spirit, I’ll be adding some November/Thanksgiving themed activities to our plans over the next couple weeks. I can’t wait to bring out these “Let’s Talk Turkey” non-fiction mini-books. I prepped these today and they are SO, SO cute! My kids will love learning real facts about turkeys.
After reading all about turkeys, I’ll be giving some of my students this independent practice sheet as a quick assessment of their understanding of the text.
At Work on Writing, we’ll be writing an acrostic poem all about turkeys!
My kiddos desperately need some extra practice with writing complete sentences! For this “Pilgrammar Practice” activity, students read the sentence and then re-write it using correct capitalization and punctuation.
And, of course, we’ll be doing some Thanksgiving/November themed Draw and Writes!
We’ll also be writing about our Thanksgiving feasts with these mini-books!
Last month my kids really enjoyed making inferences when they completed the “Boo! Guess Who?” activities I made. I brought these back this month, but now they have a Thanksgiving theme. I know my students will eat these up!
And, of course, we can’t forget to stuff our turkeys with thankful thoughts! We’ll be doing these simple, but SUPER cute, crafts this week. These are going to look precious on display!
You can grab all of the activities above, plus everything below. Click HERE or on the preview below.