My students cooked up their own Thanksgiving feast to serve up for our classroom family. Teach Preschool wishes you and your family a Happy Thanksgiving too!
Today in preschool, we tossed the dice to inspire some rather unique turkey drawings!
Holidays present the opportunity to introduce new words and ideas in our classroom. This Thanksgiving, we introduced cornucopias.
We filled our classroom centers with materials that were somehow related to our Thanksgiving books including lots of feathers and beads for play!
Last week our fellow bloggers shared some awesome Thanksgiving activities in the Discover and Explore linky. Today I'm sharing four different ways to make "gratitude trees" or "thankful trees." These trees are a fun way for children to express their thoughts of thankfulness... Mrs. O'Daniels shared these colorful thankful trees that her children made for their grandparents... Adventures in Wunderland shared this really sweet handprint thankful tree… Makeovers and Motherhood shared a printable template for their thankfulness trees... [...]
Every November, we celebrate Thanksgiving in our classroom in much the same way other classrooms around the country do: by having a Thanksgiving feast. Today, I'd like to share with you the preparations that take place before our big celebration... The first thing we must do when preparing for our feast is to plan our menu... We must then begin to prepare our food. We go out in search of the perfect turkey... And then [...]
We shared what we were thankful for through this interesting chart making process.
Simple, fun, easy, and quick sticky tube turkeys!
What's the best part about Thanksgiving time? Going on a turkey hunt of course!
Bright and colorful feathers are a fun addition to the preschool classroom. See how we made one turkey happy with this simple and fun sticky paper patterning process.