Keep your preschoolers and kindergarteners learning this November with these “turkey-rific” Thanksgiving Literacy Activities!
From letter recognition to beginning sounds, your young learners will learn and practice many essentail early literacy skills.
As they cut and paste words in a book and trace the lines on the turkey’s feathers, your students will also work on developing their fine motors skills.
These Thanksgiving-themed activities can be used for independent and guided literacy practice in any early elementary classroom or homeschool.
Add them to your morning tubs or literacy centers. You can also use these resources as enrichment activities for early finishers.
These low-prep resources are easy to differentiate to meet the needs of all your young learners too.
Thanksgiving Alphabet Activities:
Your young learners can use these Thanksgiving alphabet activities to work on letter recognition, visual discrimination, and more!
Thanksgiving Reading Activities:
From beginning sounds to sequencing, these Thanksgiving reading resources will help your kids practice early reading skills.
Thanksgiving Writing Activities:
With these Thanksgiving writing activities, your preschoolers and kindergarteners will practice different writing skills, develop their fine motor skills, and more!
These Thanksgiving Literacy Activities are a “turkey-rific” way for your preschoolers and kindergartners to practice early reading and writing skills this November.
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These Thanksgiving Morning Tubs are fun, hands-on activities used to learn and review concepts.
This set includes 5 literacy and 5 math for kids in preschool or kindergarten. Click on the picture to learn more about this bundle!