nstructions: Have students count the seasonal items in each row and write the correct number in the space provided. When they’re done, have them color the objects.

Instructions: Read students the directions for items 1-5. Give students time to complete each direction before you move on to the next one. Continue until the picture is complete.

Instructions: Read each of the words out loud, then have students read them with you. Have students print each Thanksgiving word in the space provided above.

Instructions: Have students draw lines to match the food source with the food that might end up as part of their Thanksgiving feast.

Instructions: Color and cut out the fall leaves above. On another sheet of paper, use a glue stick to paste the leaves in alphabetical order.

Instructions: Find the Thanksgiving words hidden in the puzzle above.

Instructions: What will your Thanksgiving dinner look like? Draw your feast above.

Directions: Each Thanksgiving word is missing a letter. Write the correct letter in the circle to complete the word. Unscramble the letters in the circles to answer the Thanksgiving riddle below.

Circle the letter of the thermometer above that shows the lowest temperature.

Instructions: Write a letter to yourself telling what you’re most thankful for this Thanksgiving. Take it home to read at Thanksgiving dinner or post the letters in your classroom to create a “Wall of Thanks.”

Instructions: Fill in the blanks below with the parts of speech named in (parenthesis). Share your story with a friend.

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