My Harvest Story - My Harvest Story and Harvest Story Spinner Materials needed: Print one copy of the Harvest Story/Pictures for each of your children and one Harvest Spinner for each small group, scissors, and glue sticks (*craft sticks and poster putty are optional.) Print the Harvest Story (linked above) and read the story to each of the children. After several readings (we do extension … [Read more...] about My Harvest Story and Story Stones
Thanksgiving Theme for Kindergarten
HARVEST THEME WORD CARDS - Harvest Letter_Word Cards Materials: Print one copy of the file linked above for each of your children, small tiles if available, permanent marker, a small basket or bin, and clothespins. Laminate the cards for durability, if desired. Say the words with your children. If you have small tiles at home or school, make a tile with each of the letters from the word … [Read more...] about Harvest Theme Word Cards, Word Families, Word Puzzles, and Sorting Activities
Kids love to help in the kitchen! These Thanksgiving Food Crafts are fun to make together! Marshmallow Pilgrim Hats Materials Needed: Chocolate Bark, Large Marshmallows, Chocolate Sandwich Cookies, Craft Sticks (or a plastic spoon for the kids to dip/turn the marshmallows and cookies), Yellow Decorator's Icing Tube, and Waxed Paper. Melt the chocolate bark according to package directions. … [Read more...] about Parent & Child Hand Turkeys and Thanksgiving Food Crafts!
THANKSGIVING PILGRIM HATS Template - Pilgrim Hats Materials needed: Print one Pilgrim Hats template (above) for each of your children (print on cardstock, if available, as it is more durable.) Have the children cut out the individual pieces (assist younger children with scissor skills or pre-cut the hat pieces for them.) The children can write their name, if desired, on the yellow buckle … [Read more...] about Pilgrim Hats and Indian Feathers for Literacy and Math!
Harvest Sensory Bins Materials needed: Several medium to large size containers that children can dig/explore in, one or more samples to dig in (see below for suggestions). Fill the containers ½ to ¾ full with desired materials and let the children dig, bury, touch, smash, squish, etc. the materials inside. It is a good idea to cover your table of floor with a table cloth or sheet … [Read more...] about Preview of the New Thanksgiving Thematic Coming Soon!