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Happy Thanksgiving!

Below you will find all of the available Thanksgiving day packs and more! Check out some of our favorite Thanksgiving crafts we have found/made over the years and maybe get inspired to do your own! If you’re looking for some new teaching aids, books or other school related suggestions be sure to check out the Amazon shopping lists I put together for ya’ll. Other themes and much more below!

20 pages of Thanksgiving fun! Mazes, math (borrowing & carrying), word searches, & more! Check out the rest of the FREE work pack downloads in several fun themes HERE!
15 spelling worksheets including holiday spelling words and 2 new roll and spell pages complete with turkey dice! Check out more single subject FREE packs in several themes HERE!
12 Thanksgiving themed cursive worksheets including the spelling words from the Spelling and writing pack 1! Check out more single subject FREE packs in several themes HERE!
8 pages for cornucopia fun! Make your own paper craft! Check out the rest of the available coloring packs in several themes HERE!
5 fun Thanksgiving coloring pages! Check out the rest of the available coloring packs in several themes HERE!
3 page to learn all about turkeys! Check out more single subject FREE packs in several themes HERE!
15 page pack containing math, syllables, ABC order and more! Check out the rest of the FREE work pack downloads in several fun themes HERE!
8 fun Thanksgiving theme printable crafts and coloring! Check out more single subject FREE packs in several themes HERE!
This 19 page pack contains skip counting, 3 digit math, regrouping, syllables, nouns and more! Check out the rest of the FREE work pack downloads in several fun themes HERE!
Silly Thanksgiving would you rather game! Get more fun printable games HERE!
2 memory game pages. Print 2 or more copies to play! Get more fun printable games HERE!
6 funny Thanksgiving coloring pages! Check out the rest of the available coloring packs in several themes HERE!
24 thanksgiving day worksheets. Regrouping math, three digit math, word searches, syllables and more! Check out the rest of the FREE work pack downloads in several fun themes HERE!
10 cute and fun Thanksgiving worksheets! Including a new spell and roll page! Check out more single subject FREE packs in several themes HERE!
7 different thankful worksheets for all ages! Check out more single subject FREE packs in several themes HERE!
This contains two Olaf turkey day crafts. Craft an adorable Olaf turkey or Olaf pilgrim! Check out the rest of the available arts/crafts & coloring packs in several themes HERE!

We made a felt cornucopia. I cut several fruits and veggies chosen by Little, hot glued them to stings, then to the inside of the cornucopia to prevent losing any. This was a very easy project that gave us a great opportunity to review and talk more about food groups! Which food groups we used, which were missing, and other foods in each group. We also went over why they are important, what is and isn’t healthy, the importance of eating “junk” in moderation and making sure to get the recommended amount of each. Below you’ll see photos of our felt cornucopia! Above you’ll find a pack to make your own paper ones! There’s also a couple of cute crafts I found online.

We started this little tradition not many years ago and have since evolved it. We have always gone around the table and said what we are thankful for every year like so many families do, but a few years back the youngest asked if we could make a thankful tree! It was a last minute request so I scrambled to find something to use to make the tree. All I could find at the time was an old cardboard box and thankfully construction paper which we always have on hand. My husband cut several different style leaf’s in a few different colors then kiddo passed them out and we all wrote something we are thankful for. After we went around the table and read our leaf’s we glued them to the tree that we had placed in a mason jar we decorated to be a candle holder centerpiece and added colored stones to hold it steady. That evening we hung the tree on the wall where it has remained reminding us of the thanksgiving the tradition started. Now every year we do something different as our thankful project! I added a few photos below of things we have found and used over the years for some inspiration. Get your thankful pack that contains several worksheets your children can use to say what they are thankful for and other fun holiday downloads above!

Also be sure to check out our “Be Thankful” holiday tradition HERE for more fun for the whole family!!!!

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Keep learning. Keep teaching. Be happy. Enjoy!

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