I love this time of year! The weather is beautiful and it’s a time of reflection for the abundance in our lives. Why not teach our little ones about their unique heritage why it’s so important to keep it alive in them?
I’ve got a lot of fun for your little learners. These sets were created with children between the ages of 4-8 in mind. The images are fun and colorful but there are also black and white images for coloring and to save you on ink cost.
These printables are comprised of three files:
In the end, your child will have a Thanksgiving notebook full of Thanksgiving writing, fun activities, and beautiful and fun poems that they will want to share with others, such as, grandparents and friends.
In the notebooking and copywork sets there are both primary and basic lines. Both these sets also include two cover pages: a color and a black and white. The notebooking pages have illustration boxes with small colored illustrations or a black and white image for your child to color with less lines for writing.
The Notebooking Pages Included:
- 3 pages to choose from to add what your child is thankful for
- The Mayflower
- American Indians
- Pilgrims Hat
- Thanksgiving Pie
The Activity Pages Included:
- Word Tracing
- Clap the Syllables
- Domino Addition
- Which Numbers are Missing?
- Thanksgiving Measuring in Inches
- Color by Number
Thanksgiving Poetry Included:
- Father, We Thank Thee by Unknown Author
- Thanksgiving Time by Unknown Author
- Thanksgiving Observance by Unknown Author
- For All We Have by Roger J. Robicheau
- Giving Thanks by Unknown Author
- Thanksgiving by Unknown Author
- The Mayflowers by Unknown Author
Some Other Thanksgiving Titles You Might Be Interested In
Books I Recommend
I love Thanksgiving books and have a pretty long list below! But know that I reduced it down from an even longer list! I hope you find something here you will enjoying reading with your children.
Pinterest Inspired Crafts and Treats
At Bear and Lion you’ll find lots of fun thanksgiving craft ideas for kids.
Lots of fun turkey craft ideas from Happy Home Fairy
Cookies for Thanksgiving? Why not? Cute, fun, and easy!
What kid wouldn’t have fun making (and eating) these fun turkey cupcakes!
Check out this 1970’s made for TV Thanksgiving special: The Thanksgiving that Almost Wasn’t — it’s in 2 parts. Ah, the good ‘ol days!
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