We have been busy all week preparing for our Harvest Feast on Friday afternoon with my students. One of the things that we made today was a Thanksgiving place mat. This directional art activity turns out so cute! I forgot my phone today, so I wasn’t able to take pictures, but fortunately I did take a picture from last year! Click the picture below to download the dimensions and directions for this project! I hope that you little kiddos have fun making this project!
Don’t you just love this time of the year! The holidays are almost here and I just can’t wait! I posted my new Thankgiving unit to Teachers Pay Teachers last week and it is full of fun activities for your students. This activity pack would be ideal for a kindergarten or first grade classroom. Here are some sample pictures of the contents of the unit:
Now on to the FREE printables! I hope that you will find these useful in the next couple of weeks as you work on your Thanksgiving themes within your classrooms :). Click the pictures below to download.
Happy Thanksgiving everyone!
Wow, October was such a busy month! I haven’t really had a chance to update this blog too much in the last couple of weeks, partly because I just finished directing the school play, “The Emperor’s New Clothes” (which was so much fun and a great success!)
So now that we are in November, I am thinking ahead to the upcoming holidays. I just updated the thematic unit section to add a new page for Thanksgiving. It is titled, “We Are Thankful”. Here you will find lots of links to many free printables on the web. I will continue to update this page as we work on completing activities related to this unit in the next few weeks.
Here is a link to this page: