Free Thanksgiving Worksheets

Are you in search of some FREE Thanksgiving worksheets? Whether you need prewriting, fine motor, or gross motor activities, you can find a few to choose from below to help your students develop the skills to help them succeed at school and home this November. Prewriting FREE Thanksgiving Worksheets This generous freebie is from the […]

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My Thanksgiving Handwriting Packet Freebie Pages

Here are two free sample pages from My Thanksgiving Handwriting packet – in regular dotted line font and cursive. DOWNLOAD the 2 free sample pages from My Thanksgiving Handwriting Packet. My Thanksgiving Handwriting Packet download includes 5 different font styles of an 8 page Thanksgiving themed handwriting practice booklet. Research indicates that to improve handwriting, […]

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Are You “Stuffed”? – Thanksgiving Mini Workout

I don’t know about you, but I know I always eat too much on Thanksgiving (and quite a few of the days leading up to the big feast).  Here is a quick, physical activity workout for the children, classroom, brain break, physical education class, therapy room or anyone who just ate too much on turkey […]

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Visual Perceptual Printables for Thanksgiving – Freebie!

This freebie challenges visual perceptual skills with a Thanksgiving theme. Practice visual motor, visual discrimination, visual spatial, visual closure and overall visual perceptual skills with these printables.  Print off multiple copies for your students and your activities are ready to go for fine motor centers in the classroom, visual motor skill practice, special education classrooms, […]

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Thanksgiving Fine and Gross Motor Group Game

If you are looking for a fun, creative Thanksgiving group game to play with your own family or a group of students print out this freebie.  You can download it at How to Play: Print and cut apart the cards. Divide the group into two teams. Provide each team with pencil and paper. Follow the […]

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Simple Shape Turkey

Brain Breaks for Thanksgiving

After seeing this craft over at Toddler Approved, I figured this would be perfect for little fingers to work on scissor skills, shape identification and simple drawing skills. We started out by cutting out a circle and some colorful shapes from construction paper.  We glued the shapes into the white circle. Next, cut out a […]