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Turkey Cut & Paste Book

Are you looking for Thanksgiving-themed reading activities for your kids? Grab this free printable Turkey Cut & Paste Book!

It is an engaging and entertaining way for beginning readers to practice reading repetitive text, identify sight words, and much more. 

Fine Motor Activity

Reading repetitive text can help your kids learn new words especially sight words that don’t follow the phonics rules. 

Being able to predict what comes next in the book will give your beginning readers confidence as they are learning to read too. 

Printable books with repetitive text like this one are great for children because they have their own book that they can read over and over. 

fine motor skills

What Is A Printable Book?

A printable book is simply a book that you can print. 

They are a great educational tool for classroom teachers, homeschool co-ops, and childcare providers because you can make as many copies as you need.

Follow the instructions below to download, print, and assemble this Thanksgiving-themed book for your kids.

cut and paste book

Getting Ready To Use The Turkey Printable Book:

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What’s Included:

  • Turkey’s Jobs Cut & Paste Book 

What Else Is Needed:

This free printable book includes a total of 13 pages (7 pages to print) including the cover. There is also 1 sheet with the job titles.

The turkey’s jobs included in the book are construction worker, police officer, detective, doctor, farmer, firefighter, mail carrier, mechanic, pirate, deliverer, surgeon, and server. 

turkey printable book

To get this printable book ready for your kids, fill out the form. Then, download and print the pages that you want to use.

Next, cut the pages apart and stack them together in order. Finally, staple the pages of the book together.

How To Use The Thanksgiving Printable Book:

First, your kids will read the title “What Is My Job?” on the cover of the book and write their names.

Thanksgiving Cut and Paste Book

Next, your children will turn to a page in their book and read the repetitive text “What is my job? I am a…”

As your beginning readers are reading the repetitive text, they can identify and circle the sight words.

printable book

After reading the text, your kids will cut and paste the job title label on the page to match the picture. They will then color the picture of the turkey.

Your children will continue to match the job titles with the pictures until they have completed their book. 

Thanksgiving Printable Book

This Turkey Cut & Paste Book is a fun way for your beginning readers to practice reading repetitive text, learn sight words, and much more!

More Thanksgiving Literacy Activities:

If you are looking for more Thanksgiving-themed literacy activities, here are some of our favorite books and activities for young learners.

Thanksgiving Books for Kids:

Reading pictures like these to your kids is always a great way to extend an activity and make learning fun! 

Turkey Trouble by Wendi Silvano

How to Catch a Turkey by Adam Wallace 

10 Fat Turkeys by Tony Johnston

Thanksgiving Literacy Activities for Kids:

With these themed activities, your students can practice letter recognition, fine motor skills, and much more.

There Was An Old Lady Who Swallowed A Turkey Sequencing Activity

Turkey Alphabet Sensory Bin

Letter T Turkey Craft

Turkey Building Letters Activity

Turkey Tracing Worksheets

You May Also Like These Thanksgiving Morning Tubs:

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! 

Download the Thanksgiving Cut & Paste Book:

To get the free printable Turkey Cut & Paste Book, click on the button below and fill out the form. 

 

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Friday 18th of November 2022

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Colleen

Thursday 10th of November 2022

I am looking forward to using the wonderful activities in my class. Thank you for sharing!

Pam

Wednesday 9th of November 2022

Thanks

Louisa

Monday 31st of October 2022

Very cute!

Kristine

Wednesday 26th of October 2022

These are so great!!!My class loves them.

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