Gobble, gobble! November is here which means it’s time for turkey and all things Thanksgiving! We are excited to bring to you today a variety of hands-on Thanksgiving Activities and Centers for Pre-K & Kindergarten. These activities are super fun and easy to prep which means you can have the month of centers planned out in no time!
Thanksgiving Activities and Centers
This themed pack of activities includes 11 engaging math and literacy centers for working on beginning sounds, sight words, rhyming, handwriting skills, counting, addition and subtraction, and lots more. Plus, many of the activities come in more than one version making them perfect for differentiation!
Check out a few of the activities in this Thanksgiving themed resource pack below…
Pumpkin Pie Rhyming Match
This hands-on matching game has a yummy pumpkin pie theme and simple, fun rhyming pictures. There are 16 rhyming sets for students to pair up!
Simply print, cut, and laminate the pieces to add to your literacy centers as a fun way to strengthen rhyming skills!
Turkey 10 Frame Clip Cards
Clip cards are always a hit with early learners and your students are sure to love this Turkey 10 frame count and clip activity. This pack also includes a 20 frame clip card set!
Kids will strengthen counting and fine motor skills as they clip the total number of pumpkin pie pieces shown in the 10 frames held by the turkeys!
“Life Cycle of a Turkey” Emergent Reader
Your students will love learning about the life cycle of a turkey and practicing fluency with this fun emergent reader. This book can be printed in either color or black and white for an ink-saving option.
Print the color version to read with your students, or the black and white for them to color and take home. Copy two-sided and cut in half for two books!
“Gobbling Up” Subtraction Facts
This subtraction math center is perfect for differentiation! This resource pack includes 2 versions (subtraction within 5 and 10) so you can choose the perfect option for your students.
Students pick a pumpkin pie card and solve the subtraction fact. Then they color a piece of pie with the correct answer on the recording sheet.
Pumpkin Pie Beginning Sound Match
Another activity great for all of your little learners is this Pumpkin Pie Beginning Sound Match! It comes in 2 versions – one without and one with the correct letter shown on the picture card for assistance.
For this game, your kiddos will pick a pumpkin pie card, say the picture name, and color a piece of pie with the matching beginning sound on the recording sheet.
Even More Thanksgiving Activities and Centers…
Inside this fun activity pack you will find engaging and interactive literacy centers to strengthen skills such as:
- Letter recognition
- Beginning sounds
- Sight words
- Color words
The math activities and centers in this pack are hands-on, low-prep, and cover skills such as:
- 10 and 20 frames
Plus, all of the activities come in both color and black and white versions for an ink-saving option!
Grab Your Copy
Ready to start celebrating Thanksgiving in the classroom? Have your math and literacy centers planned out for you by grabbing your copy of these Thanksgiving Activities and Centers today. Just click the large, yellow button at the end of the post!
If you love these centers, you will definitely want to grab our THEMED Math and Literacy Centers Bundle for the Year! This incredible bundle includes the Thanksgiving Activities and Centers as well as 21 other themed math and literacy packs that will help you rock your centers all year.
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