Thanksgiving Counting CupsWhen you teach, it is important to change materials frequently. This is especially true when working with younger children. That is why I like to create many different games and activities to go along with each theme. During November, I add paper Thanksgiving cups and counters to the math center. Students are able to practice their number recognition and counting skills.
Making a Thanksgiving ChandelierI love to decorate our home in rich tones, after a playful Halloween decoration came down I found these pretty glass Christmas tree ornaments at a flea market last year.
Drumstick Treat BagsIf the kids are ready to dig in before your Thanksgiving meal is done, why not give them one of these drumsticks. :)
Oreo TurkeysThese adorable turkey treats are sure to be loved by your young Thanksgiving guest. They would be a great activity to do while you are waiting for food to cook too!
Sugar Cone CornucopiasIf you are looking for a quick and tasty treat to serve your young guests this Thanksgiving, then look no further!
Thanksgiving Leaf CardsLet the kids create these easy, one-of-a-kind Thanksgiving leaf cards for family and friends.
Turkey Napkin HolderTurkey place holder or napkin holder for kids. Take paper towel tube and cut off a 4 inch piece and then cut another 2 1/2 inch piece. Using marker, I painted the body on the tubes. You can use felt to cover or paint.