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This bulletin board is good for a fall theme and thanksgiving. On the top it will say Don't be a turkey be thankful. the turkey has feathers made out of ties. the children will get a pumpkin and they will write something they are thankful for. this is very creative and children will learn about thanksgiving.

Erica Bohrer's First Grade: Thanksgiving Free "Your Teacher is Thankful For You..." and Walnut Turkey Craft

Colorful Leaf Printing- use colored paints to make a leaf print and then make a thankful tree with fingerprints! {links to tree template}

Tree of Thanksgiving using cut-out leaves from child's paintings with each person's many words of gratitude.

FAVORITE THANKSGIVING FOOD graph & writing activities. I would highly suggest NOT doing these lessons right before lunch. All that talk about Thanksgiving Yummies had my mouth watering. I created these activities to compliment our study of data in math. We had been collecting, sorting, and representing data as part of the Investigations curriculum, but these actvities could be used by any grade level.

I found this adorable poem on Dr. Jean's website. The poem goes with the colors on the bracelet!

Gobble! Gobble! Create an extra special Turkey Puppet with your loved ones handprints. Quick to assemble...easy to love! Pebbles in my Pocket exclusive design. Includes: 1 Kraft Paper Sack 4.25x8, Turkey Die cuts (beak and gobbler), 2 Black buttons, and assorted cardstock for cutting & tracing handprints. You supply the treats!

Could make and then have them write a story about their turkeys