KidLit TV encourages kids to embrace reading and writing this holiday season with these fun Thanksgiving printable activities. We know it can be hard to keep kids entertained while also providing them with educational projects this time of the year.The stresses of the Season can pile up and all the good intentions you had can go out the window before you know it. To help you out, we’ve gathered together our favorite literary-based Thanksgiving activities below!
Printables and activities from The Educator’s Spin On It:
Check out turkey-themed activities on The Educator’s Spin On It. They have several creative ideas to keep kids enjoying themselves while also allowing parents/teachers to re-enforce language. It’s as easy as:
Give kids the opportunity to strengthen and develop their writing skills with this Printable Thanksgiving Writing Pack. Make lists, fill in the blank, create charts and more!
– The Educator’s Spin On It
Be sure to check out our favorite printable activity, the “Thankful Turkey Cards”, as pictured below. Kids will have a blast writing down what they are thankful for on these super cute cards while they are waiting for their turkey dinner.
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The Educator’s Spin On It also has a list of Thanksgiving-inspired activities for kids. If you’re looking for other activities, beyond writing, be sure to check it out!
Printables from How Does She:
Another fun way to incorporate language and creative writing during Thanksgiving is to play with words. What better way to play with words then with a Thanksgiving themed Mad Lib? Mad Libs are an entertaining way to teach children about nouns, adjectives and verbs. No one story will turn out the same. So break out the pencils and prepare to laugh and enjoy a new family tradition of Thanksgiving Mad Libs. Get your Free Printable mad lib at How Does She!
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Printables from Living Montessori Now:
Living Montessori Now has several Thanksgiving activities for kids, including this literacy teaching printable. If you have a preschool or kindergartner at your dinner table, this website has several links and activities for you to check out.
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