|Reading a recipe|
|Our Favorite Thanksgiving Food graph.|
|Making a shopping list for Thanksgiving dinner.|
|Drawing a Thanksgiving feast.|
|I had the kids wad up and straighten out brown construction|
paper about 10 times then we drew Native American
|Tracing our hand to make a turkey and gluing|
on real feathers.
|The kids were using the block center to build|
|The kids made a placemat and I laminated them so|
they can use at their Thanksgiving dinner.
|The kids used colored wooden beads to make|
Native American necklaces.
|I had some leftover stickers from Oriental Trading Company|
and the kids made a Thanksgiving scene with their stickers.
|Thanksgiving mazes. I laminate them and the kids use|
water based markers to draw the maze then wipe off.
|Making popcorn out of play doh.|
|Corn and Farm Animals|
|Turkey shape match game.|
|Partner reading with a friend.|
|Handprint turkey painting.|
|Serving Thanksgiving dinner.|
|Planning a menu.|
|Coloring Thanksgiving pictures with|
Mrs. Huff's special markers.
|Making a Thanksgiving Placemat.|
|Reading ZooBooks, ZooBabies and Zootles magazines.|
|Cornucopia/Thanksgiving food letter tiles.|
|Native American and Pilgrim figures.|
|Painting Indian corn using q-tips.|
|Using letter stamps to spell names and high|
|Roll dice, count dots, find the number, color the corn.|
|Gluing paper squares to make an Indian Corn decoration.|
|Writing Around the Room|
|Tissue paper Indian Corn|
|Sorting colored corn kernels with tweezers for fine motor|