Fall and Thanksgiving Themed Printable Activities (Free)
Here are a collection of Thanksgiving resources you might want to use with your kids the next few days:
ED has really been enjoying dot-to-dots. I thought these printables from Busy Bee Kids Printables were really cute and wanted to mention them if you are interested.
Color the Turkey: A handwriting activity from Rowdy in Room 300
Cute Turkey Math Game:
This is a game I played with the older kids when they were in preschool; time to bring it out for ED!! I got the turkey print outs from mathwire.com. I used some craft cubes and wrote numbers on the dice, 0-5 on two and 6-11 on the others. It was good practice counting for my preschooler. I made the spinner using a template online which I printed on cardstock and glued on cardboard. I put a brad through (it’s sticking up a bit) and used one of the laminated turkey feathers which I cut down to size, and put a hole punch as the spinner’s arrow. I wrote in “odd,” “even,” “less” and “more.”
Thanksgiving Pattern Activity from Mathwire.com:
Here are some other places you can find Thanksgiving materials for preschoolers:
- 1+1+1 — Thanksgiving Preschool Pack
- Thanksgiving Preschool Pack from Our Little Monkeys
- Preschool or Kindergarten Thanksgiving Pack from Homeschool Creations
- Thanksgiving Pack–Packed with 50 pages of curriculum ideas from finger plays and song to math and art. Available free over at Teachers Pay Teachers
For older kids there are some fall themed skip-counting sheets over at Print Activities. There is skip counting pages — 1s through 5s. Plus they have word scrambles, mazes and more:
I love these Thanksgiving Analogies by Rachel Lynette over at Teachers Pay Teachers. I’ll have LD and DD work through these during collection (our group time).