I printed these 2 piece Thanksgiving word puzzle’s off at Currclick (it was free when I printed it now it’s $1.00 along w/ other printables – if you are not signed up for Currclick I highly recommend that you do so – what an awesome resource!
My kindergardener made a Thanksgiving book which we printed off of Enchanted Learning.
Last year I made my kids a felt board — so easy! Here’s how to make one:
Take cardboard (I used mine from a shipping box, then I went to Jo-Ann Fabrics & got felt fabric, encased the cardboard and stitched along the edges to hold into place, if you do not sew you could probably use glue. I made 2 of them, one for each of my boys.
My kids placed the turkey’s on the felt board by color in the tune of Brown Bear Brown Bear What Do You See but instead did, Yellow Turkey Yellow Turkey what do you see and so on.

Using more felt I made Roll a Turkey – I printed the game instructions from Make Learning Fun, then I just made my own pieces – I used craft googly eyes instead of felt.

At CBS (Community Bible Study) this week aside from doing their normal Bible lesson they made Thanksgiving Aprons. This is for them to wear while helping in the kitchen. Thought their idea was pretty clever – they used Reusable Handi Wipes for the apron body them they poked holes for the string to go through (they also used paper reinforcements around the holes.) Then the kids decorated them!
More Thanksgiving crafts & activities to come next week — stay tunned!

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  2. I saw one of your children reading A Plump and Perky Turkey in one of the pictures. That is our favorite Thanksgiving book here!


  3. Such cute ideas! Thanks for sharing, found at Life With The Lebedas.

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  5. Great craft! I love that the kids can do it and it looks like they had so much fun!!

    Thanks for linking up to Craftify It Thursday!

    Jennifer @ Life with the Lebedas

  6. I am a new follower! I can always use new homeschooling Ideas. I like the word puzzle.

  7. Cool Thanksgiving ideas. I really need to do a few things with Robbie before Thursday. LOL!

    Thanks for sharing!!

  8. Great ideas! Very cute!

  9. My kids love that brown bear book, great way to change it up! Felt boards have been on my ‘want’ list for a while now and who knows, maybe I’ll actually get it done!

  10. I love the felt turkeys! Cute :o)

  11. Good ideas! We’re doing a Thanksgiving unit next week. I may have to remember the felt turkeys! Stopping by again from the Preschool Corner link up.

  12. The aprons are such a great idea. Love the yellow turkey, yellow turkey activity too.

    JDaniel4’s Mom
    Home of Read.Explore.Learn.

  13. Such great ideas. I love the aprons.

  14. great activities! Being English and living in England I know very little about Thanksgiving I am afraid but notice a lot of turkey activities-what significance does the turkey have? In England we eat turkey at Christmas! x

  15. Fun ideas! Thanks for linking up to Thrilling Thursday @ Paisley Passions 🙂

  16. Great ideas! Thanks for linking up at the catwalk!

  17. Cute! Thanks for sharing. 🙂

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