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It is Thanksgiving...emergent reader. We are doing this in guided reading on Monday!

print a student's thankful poem/list, apply contact paper in the shape of the leaf on top, have them watercolor on top, and pull contact paper off when finished

Cute! I usually have the kids to miniature turkeys out of their own hands. I want to try this for next year. Maybe each child could do several hands and write one thing on the palm. (Wayyy easier than trying to write on the fingers.)

Thanksgiving Free Reader - FREE - Find out what happens when five little turkeys realize they are on the Thanksgiving menu! This freebie reader is a fun little twist on the Five Little Pumpkins poem.

This just inspired a Halloween prayer/poem: Thank you for the bats above us, the corpse below us, and the demons within us. ~ Cari'ssa Karol-Chik 9/7/12

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This emergent reader little book is a great way to begin reading with young students. This story uses a predictable pattern, "Pilgrim, Pilgrim, what do you see?" to support emerging readers. This story includes several important Thanksgiving vocabulary words, such as Pilgrim, Native American, mayflower, and cornucopia.

that cheese & grape skewer turkey thing (ha) would be a great way to serve appetizers while everyone waits for the main meal to be ready on Thanksgiving!