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Mrs. T's First Grade Class: Thanksgiving Writing

Read a book about turkeys. Trace hands and label the different parts of a turkey. Then write facts you learned.

Mrs. T's First Grade Class: Thanksgiving

Making the most out of the Thanksgiving Holiday with writing. After reading about turkeys we traced our hand and labeled it.

Making the most out of the Thanksgiving Holiday with writing.              After reading about turkeys we traced our hand and labeled it. W...

Making the most out of the Thanksgiving Holiday with writing. After reading about turkeys we traced our hand and labeled it.

Mrs. First Grade free thanksgiving writing persuasive argument for favorite thanksgiving food Common core alligned! CC

First Grade free Thanksgiving writing persuasive argument for favorite thanksgiving food Common core alligned!

This reader's theater script has been adapted from the children's book The First Thanksgiving. It has been written for nine parts.Students can ...

French Immersion - song in video animation - Deux petits oiseaux - French song

This reader's theater script has been adapted from the children's book The First Thanksgiving. It has been written for nine parts.Students can be paired to read the pars or the class may be divided into two groups.Each student needs a copy of the script.

Thanksgiving Sight Word Flip Books (color and black and white)

Thanksgiving Sight Word Fluency Flip Books

FREE Thanksgiving Flip Book (colored black and white). Includes a journal / writing sheet. Great for kindergarten and first grade children. Fantastic paper saving idea - a little booklet made from just one piece of paper!

Students will love making this simple and cute accordion-fold mini-book to tell about how they celebrate Thanksgiving.

Thanksgiving

THANKSGIVING ~ Students will love making this simple and cute accordion-fold mini-book to tell about how they celebrate Thanksgiving.

We talked about character/setting/problem/solution and then I had the kids write about each story element on a large piece of construction paper.  When they were finished writing, they turned their paper over and turned it into “The Little Scarecrow Boy”!!!!  Too stinkin’ cute!

talk about character/setting/problem/solution and then have the kids write about each story element on a large piece of construction paper. once they were done writing, they turned it over and turned it into "the little scarecrow boy"

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