I’ve been a little frustrated with all the broken links on my Thanksgiving Pinterest board, so I went back in time a bit and did a search the good-old fashioned way (by search engines). I’ve found a few collections of Thanksgiving printables ranging from language activities to family fun ideas to preschool printables to bible resources, and the list goes on. Here are my favorites with an explanation and a link. These links are all current as of 11-07-12.
This is a Teachers Pay Teachers free Thanksgiving pack for Christian families including Scripture references; Christ-centered fall activities like a super cool pumpkin carving activity based on the story of salvation, candy corn guessing; harvest activities based on missions, Thanksgiving crafts, recipes, printable word games, tic-tac-toe boards, and Soduku boards with symbols and numbers.
Here’s a free pack of a TON of preschool printables with high-quality clipart from Teacher’s Notebook and www.mamasmonkeys.blogspot.com. You’ll find Thanksgiving-themed number puzzles, Do-A-Dots, tracing activities, patterning worksheets, mazes, simple word searches, graphing activities, etc.
Thanksgiving Riddles for Key Details and Drawing Conclusions – 8 cards with “What am I” clues and questions with accompanying answer strips that can follow any basic First Thanksgiving lesson or book. Perfect for lower elementary grades.
Gorgeous printable cards to select family activities from on the theme of gratitude and service – includes family, neighbors, teachers, friends, etc.
A printable sight word book with a Fall/Thanksgiving theme in the format of “In the Fall” we see . . . Simple cutesie pictures for the kids to color.
A magic square vocabulary activity with a Thanksgiving theme – K – 2nd grade.
Here’s a fun color printable book of a turkey poem that starts with 5 turkeys and loses one each page. I really like the way she has the cut lines at the top of the page to show how many turkeys are left.
Here’s a clothespin task with an Indian and turkey graphic – clip the lower case letter that matches the uppercase letter printed on the corner of the card.
A collection of Thanksgiving-themed alphabet boards and matching letter cards; match capital to capital or lowercase to capital. Professional graphics – nice set.
A fun Thanksgiving Tot Kit with activities covering memory, puzzles, counting, colors, etc.
Enough to get you started?
Have any free printables to share? Leave a comment with a link!