On the worksheet, each square on the pie has a letter. Students will be asked to make as many words as they can in the amount of time given, using only the letters on the pie. The longer the word, the more points it is worth!
Each number on the worksheet stands for a letter in the alphabet. Students will write the correct letter in the blank to find the coded words and to complete the phrase. This Thanksgiving worksheet is easy to print, making it perfect for use both at home and in the classroom.
This printable Thanksgiving Synonym Match activity is perfect for keeping your students engaged in the classroom around the holidays. The…
Challenge your students with this Thanksgiving word ladder activity!
You can never celebrate Thanksgiving too much! This word search is a great way to bring the celebrating into the classroom.
Your youngster will learn about the iconic Thanksgiving bird and learn to quote text in this worksheet.
Your young writer can write the ending to this Thanksgiving disaster writing prompt.
A biography poem, also called a bio poem, is a short poem which describes a person or thing. This printable Thanksgiving Activity guides students through creating a bio poem about Pilgrims.
Read through the lyrics of a classic Thanksgiving song and circle all of the prepositional phrases! This activity is a great resource for practicing your prepositions while having fun.
Want to learn more about the Mayflower? What kind of goods did it carry? How was the voyage? Students can learn all this and more with this free worksheet you can print out and share!
Your student will follow the trials of the Pilgrims in their first year in Plymouth colony and write a paragraph using specific information from the text.
Your student will read the history of the Native American tribe who attended the first Thanksgiving and then answer some comprehension questions.
Help your students better understand what is an idiom with this Thanksgiving Idiom Phrases Activity.
In this worksheet, your student will read and determine the meaning of phrases in the Pilgrims’ Mayflower compact.
Your student will read a stanza from Longfellow’s Pilgrim poem, “The Courtship of Miles Standish” and analyze the use of words.