I’m so excited to announce that my updated Thanksgiving Printables Pack is here! This is by far the biggest and best of my Thanksgiving printables, and I hope it will complement any learning your children are doing about Thanksgiving.
Last Thanksgiving, when my kids were 4, we spent a lot of time reading the book If You Were At The First Thanksgiving by Anne Kamma. Although I thought the book would be too advanced for them, they loved it! And even better, they learned so much about American history and the first Thanksgiving feast from reading this book over and over again. This brought me so much joy, because I really love the focus on family and togetherness that is at the heart of the Thanksgiving holiday.
It is my hope that my updated Thanksgiving Printables Pack will be a wonderful way for your children to celebrate what is special about the Thanksgiving holiday while also practicing some important educational skills.
Note: For more Thanksgiving printables your kids will love, see my Thanksgiving Activities for Kids page.
My Thanksgiving Printables Pack contains 73 Thanksgiving printables with activities for kids ages 2 to 7. The activities in this pack cover a range of skills, including:
- shapes and sizes
- same vs. different
- fine motor
- math (number identification, counting, addition, subtraction)
- literacy (letter identification, alphabetical order, phonemic awareness, word searches)
Many of the activities have multiple versions so you can tailor the activity to your children’s developmental level(s).
Below I am sharing some pictures from my kids using the printables in this pack last year. QBoy was really interested in the images of the male Pilgrim with his tall hat, and he had a lot of questions for me about who the Pilgrims were. What a fun and authentic way to begin a discussion about some of the earliest American settlers who came over from England!
Some of the activities from the Thanksgiving Printable Pack that my kids worked on include this Which One is Different? activity. I had the kids put the worksheets in their Crayola Dry Erase Activity Centers to complete them. This allows me to re-use the same worksheet for both kids and to save the worksheets for additional use in the future.
QBoy was working on basic phonics skills, and he did great with this Thanksgiving-themed initial sound sorting activity. He was able to correctly identify and sort the images that started with /t/ like turkey and the images that started with /p/ like pumpkin.
XGirl enjoyecd practicing her scissors skills using our kid-friendly scissors.
I used the Thanksgiving Shape Matching activity to help XGirl learn some of the more advanced shapes like ellipses, rhombuses, and pentagons.
I had QBoy work on a subtraction activity using this Thanksgiving Subtraction Game from the pack. For counting objects, he used some acorns he collected while we were on a recent hike.
Here’s a sneak peak at just some of the pages included in this pack:
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