Sunday, November 20, 2011

Thanksgiving Printables

I have been way behind on posting lately due to parent teacher conferences, personal commitments and my battle with switching out all of my clip art (post on that coming soon!).

I wasn't going to post the few things that I had since most of you probably only have 2 or 3 days of school left before Thanksgiving but incase you still need something to do this week or if you want to save them for next year I will share.

The first thing I have is a poem, "5 Little Turkeys" that you can use in a pocket chart.



Five Little Turkeys Emergent Reader





Counting Feathers math worksheets.
Click {HERE} to download all pages.

I hope you can use these at some point.

*Edit: I am so sorry to those of you who have been trying to download.  No idea why my links stopped working all of the sudden.  I have grouped everything together and put them on TPT for FREE.  Go get your pack now!

Thanks for stopping by!  Please comment if you download something or have any questions.

Thanks!
L

20 comments:

  1. Adorable!!! Thanks for sharing - I'm one of those still trying to fit in as many of these cute activities as possible! Thanks again. :)

    Arianne
    Ketchen's Kindergarten

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  2. Super cute! Going to print some of these for my pre-k now!
    Amanda @ littleadventurespreschool.blogspot.com

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  3. I am your newest follower. great ideas! Thanks so much for the 5 turkeys printable.
    Diane,
    kindergartenafunplacetobe.blogspot.com

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  4. I just found you through Pinterest. These are so cute! Thank you for sharing!!

    Heather (heathernnance@yahoo.com)

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  5. These are adorable!! Thanks for sharing them!

    Amanda
    First Grade Garden

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  6. Thank you! The turkey poem and booklet are so cute and I know my students will enjoy them too!

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  7. These are so cute! I can't wait until November and have lots of fun with these with my students! thanks for sharing!

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  8. Thank you for these items! These will help me out a lot!
    Modern Kindergarten

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  9. Will you send me the 5 fat turkeys printable activity sheets? I am unable to print or download. Thank you so much.

    Amy Stout

    stoutam@rcschools.net

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  10. Absolutely adorable! Thanks for the download... will be using it next week.

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  11. Hi, Mrs Sprague

    I'm an EFL teacher in Taiwan. I just saw your post of Five Little Turkeys Freebie and really love this great idea!! Actually, me and my friends really enjoy reading your blog and appreciating your creative teaching ideas. I am wondering if it is welcome that I share this "Five little turkey" idea on my facebook page with a photo and a direct link to your blog with other EFL teachers?? It will certainly inspire most of them!


    best,
    Kate

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    1. Hi Kate,
      I am so glad that you found the Five Little Turkeys Freebie helpful. You are welcome to share the Five Little Turkey's idea on your FB page as long as you have a direct link to my blog, of course! Thanks for asking.

      Leah

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  12. Thank you so much for this resources.They're lovely!
    I invite you to visit my blog: http://english4childrentoday.blogspot.com

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  13. Thanks so much for sharing. I love your little turkey book and know my students will as well!

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  14. The book I made is not as advanced as yours because I teach pre-k but I thought I would pass the one I made along anyway because it is still cute and could work in a K classroom! Mine is a free download through Google docs on my blog. Hoping others can use it :)
    http://teachearlyautism.blogspot.com/2013/11/5-little-turkeys.html

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  15. This is adorable and I have used it several years now in the library. I credit you on my blog and send people here from a link. You rock!

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  16. Hello! I love the ideas! I'm a little new to tree maps...how do you use them?
    Thanks!

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  17. I have the turkey tree map. What is my child suppose to write. Is their another part for this

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