Two little legs jumping all around
But when I pray my legs sit down
Ten little fingers wiggle every way
But I fold my hands when I pray
One little mouth to softly say
Thank You God for making me this way
Contributed by: Mary Rose
On bulletin board paper draw a barn with a fenced in area(large oval
around the paper) for the barnyard. Paint children's hands using
brown, yellow, red, and orange. Have the children make prints all
over the barnyard. Draw on feet and wattle or make thumbprint wattle.
Put children's names under their print.
Display a large cornucopia on the bulletin board. Write each child's
name on a folded piece of construction paper and ask them to list
what they are most grateful for, inside, Pin them to the inside and
trailing out of the cornucopia. Title on bulletin board, "We are
*Things to Do
Thanksgiving Alphabet Maze (pre & k)
Thanksgiving Word Search
Skip Count Maze-Count by 2's
Skip Count Maze-Count by 5's
Skip Count Maze-Count by 10's
Thanksgiving Alphabet Color Page-1 Page PDF
A Pilgrim Hat Candy Cup
Make A Thanksgiving Placemat
A Colorful Cornucopia color page (pdf)
For... (general and Bible verses color pages)
10 pictures to print and color.
Coloring pages, recipes, and more.
Thanksgiving Table Decorations
Create blessing boxes to show what you are thankful for on Thanksgiving Day.
Thanksgiving Finger Puppets
Print and color.
Half-sheets. Print and reproduce for students to put together. Each page contains a picture to color and sentence to copy. Example: M is for Mayflower.
Thankful writing paper (younger child)
Thankful writing paper (older child)
Tiny Titles: Write a Little Book
Thanksgiving words (pdf) (school-age)
Thanksgiving worksheets and games
Math, wordsearch, crossword, coloring pages, and more.
Clifford Learns About the First Thanksgiving
and So Do We! Unit
The Crossing of the Mayflower (map & quiz)
The First Thanksgiving Online
Activity Teacher Guide (prek-1)
The First Thanksgiving-Scholastic
HistoryChannel.com's History of Thanksgiving allows visitors to
travel back to Plymouth and learn surprising facts about the first
feast, from what food was consumed to what pilgrims really wore.
by Julie Markes