Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Interactive Thanksgiving Resources

How can it possibly already be November? 
This school year is flying by (seems like they all do now!)
and Thanksgiving will be here in just a few short weeks!

Below are some great Thanksgiving games, history sites, printables, 
Smart Notebook files and more for you to use with your students! 

Thanksgiving Games: 

The Thanksgiving Dinner game is a fun way to 
practice logic and problem solving!

In this game there is a table full of food and a bunch of family members. 
Your task is to arrange the family members to sit at the table. 
Each family member has their own preference of whether 
to sit close to a certain dish, or not to sit close to a certain dish, 
they may also like to sit close to a certain person, or not to sit close to a certain person. 

Just drag the family members to their seats, and 
then press the finish button when finished. 
The better the family members' preferences are met, the higher your score!

National Geographic Kids has a fun Thanksgiving Mad Lib here.

Here is a wacky web tales on My Amazing Thanksgiving. 

This is a nice listening exercise where students 
have to pick the words from a drop-down menu 
while listening to the text (about Thanksgiving) being read. 

An online Thanksgiving crossword puzzles can be found here

Student can read Pilgrim Village from Scholastic News. 

Learn how to talk like a pilgrim here.

The object of Turkey Swap is to swap the locations of the turkeys 
and the pigs with as few moves as possible. 
You can move each tile by clicking on it. A tile can be moved to the empty space if the space is immediately beside it, or if there is one tile between it and the space. 

Too Many Turkeys is a fun game for younger kids. 
The goal is to find Pete, the Perky Turkey {who wears a bow tie} 
in a sea of turkeys as quickly as you can! 

Turkey Anagrams are fun Thanksgiving word puzzles. 

Primary Games has lots of Thanksgiving games here
{I love their site but they do have ads} but my favorite is 

The directions are: 

Be warned- it is difficult- but fun!

Thanksgiving History: 
Scholastic has some fabulous Thanksgiving resources on their
One of my favorite things about their site is that you can go on a virtual field trip to Plimoth Plantation. 
What a great way to bring history alive! 

a place to learn about daily life of the pilgrim
(including comparing and contrasting 
housing, clothes, food, chores, school, and games), 
a webquest about The Thanksgiving Feast

Bring history alive by exploring's History of Thanksgiving.

Thanksgiving Printables: 
Sparklebox has lots of great Thanksgiving printables including

There are lots of great free Thanksgiving printables on Teachers Pay Teachers HERE
Super cute 12 page Thanksgiving Printable here

Here is a cute printable Thanksgiving alphabet. 

AbcTeach has lots of printable Thanksgiving activities here.

Here is an interactive booklet you can download where students can place the 
turkey in the correct position - over, under, on, beside, etc. 

Thanksgiving Smart Notebook files can be found HERE

Pinterest Thanksgiving ideas can be found HERE.

You can find all of these resources and more at my Thanksgiving Fun website HERE

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