24 Turkey Activities for Kids

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After the sugar rush of Halloween is over, that means Thanksiving is just around the corner! I love to plan some fun turkey-themed learning activities in the month of November to change things up from apples and pumpkins, and ease us into the holiday season. These 24+ Turkey Activities for Kids are sure to be a hit with your kids too!

*Pair with our Thanksgiving Centers and Activities for Pre-K & Kindergarten!

These turkey activities for kids are the perfect way to transition into the fall and Thanksgiving season! Your kids will love them!

24+ Turkey Activities for Kids

Explore different textures with this fun Turkey Pre-Writing Activity. // Preschool Toolkit

Sight words just got more exciting with this Feed the Turkey Sight Words game! // Life with Moore Babies

Work on numbers and counting with this interactive Turkey Counting Book. // Growing Book by Book

This Turkey Feather Name Recognition game makes learning the letters in your name a breeze! // Modern Preschool

Practice ways to represent numbers and build number sense with this Turkey Number Matching activity.  // Royal Baloo

Have fun sorting in different ways with these Sorting Shapes Turkeys. // Royal Baloo

This Fine Motor Turkey Craft will build up those pre-writing muscles and strengthen little hands! // Buggy and Buddy

Use pattern block shapes and design a fun Pattern Turkey Craft. // Buggy and Buddy

These turkey activities include fun printables, games, and crafts for the season.

This Turkey Phonics Practice activity is a fabulous one to try at home or in the classroom to build phonics skills. // Mrs. Jones Creation Station

This Interactive Turkey Poem is sure to be a hit with your kids. // Mrs. Jones Creation Station

These printable Turkey Numbers are awesome to have on hand for a variety of games! // JDaniel4’s Mom

Build number sense and practice counting with this Counting Turkey Felt Activity. // Teaching Mama

Build scissor skills this Thanksgiving with this Cutting Practice Pack. // This Reading Mama

Get up and moving with this fun Turkey Ring Toss game. // Hands-on as We Grow

This Paper Punch Turkey activity builds fine motor skills and works on color matching too. // Lalymom

These Shape Turkeys are an adorable craft to create and display! // Housing a Forest

This list of turkey activities is perfect for some fall fun in the classroom or at home.

Match quantities to their numerals with this Turkey Feathers Number Matching activity.  // Totschooling

Decorate a turkey as much as you want with this Sticky Paper Turkey.  // Frogs, Snails, and Puppy Dog Tails

This Color Matching Fine Motor Turkey is a great busy bag or activity to keep on hand.  // I Heart Arts & Crafts

This Turkey Baster Squeeze activity is great for building fine motor skills. // Playdough to Plato

Match upper and lowercase turkeys with this Alphabet Turkey game.  // I Heart Crafty Things

Create your own gratitude placemat with this fun Turkey Placemat Activity. // Mamas Happy Hive

Button the feathers on the turkey (and build fine motor and practical life skills) with this Turkey Button Busy Bag. // Natural Beach Living

This Feather Fine Motor Activity is a fun way to build fine motor skills and get some scissor practice too!  // A Little Pinch of Perfect

These activities are hands-on and engaging for your kids or students!

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