Build a "Thankful Tree" in your classroom. Each child can share what he/she is thankful for on a leaf (their handprint!). A great way to talk about all that we are grateful for. #Thanksgiving #Preschool
Think I'll make a magnetic version of this for my classroom! Could be cute to vary the seasonal paper each month . . . kinda tired of the old standbys.
Book: T'was the Night before Thanksgiving YouTube movie
Maddycakes Muse: Teepee Cupcakes made from sugar cones - fun activity
10 FREE Thanksgiving Coloring Pages
Thanksgiving Craft Idea - add leaves with words to show what kids are thankful for
The First Thanksgiving: Voyage on the Mayflower...an interactive Scholastic website. Take the journey on the Mayflower and tour the ship. Site also includes a teacher's guide, free printables, theater ideas, and a Thanksgiving vocabulary guide.