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Thanksgiving Literacy Center Activities

Thanksgiving Literacy Center Activities

"Will the Feast Float?" ... A sample investigation from the "Thanksgiving Science" pack ... 5 standards-based, collaborative, hands-on science activities to help you celebrate the holiday with your students. (24 pages, $) #Thanksgiving  #science  #makingbutter

Thanksgiving Science: A Feast of Five Fun Investigations {K-3}

"Will the Feast Float?" ... A sample investigation from the "Thanksgiving Science" pack ... 5 standards-based, collaborative, hands-on science activities to help you celebrate the holiday with your students. (24 pages, $) #Thanksgiving #science #makingbutter

THANKSGIVING: PAST & PRESENT {ACTIVITIES AND ASSESSMENTS FOR K-2}  28 pages, $

Thanksgiving: Past & Present {Activities and Assessments for K-2}

Thanksgiving ABC Order Cut and Paste Printable---FREEBIE

Spelling Word Sort Bundle Unit 1-6

FREEBIE : Thanksgiving Seasonal Math Printables ~ 2 FREE Color By The Code Puzzles To Practice Addition ~Puzzles Are Aligned To The CCSS. Each Page Has The Specific CCSS Listed.~

FREEBIE : Thanksgiving Seasonal Math Printables ~ 2 FREE Color By The Code Puzzles To Practice Addition ~Puzzles Are Aligned To The CCSS. Each Page Has The Specific CCSS Listed.~

Literacy Activities for the book - 'Twas the Night Before Thanksgiving  {32 pages, $}  #Thanksgiving

Literacy Activities for 'Twas the Night Before Thanksgiving

Basically, you pick a Secret Student at the start of the day and put his or her name on a certificate like the one pictured below (which you can get for free by clicking here). Don't tell your students who the Secret Student is. At the end of the day, if the student had a good day, reveal his or her name to the class. He or she gets to take the certificate (and possibly a small prize) home. If not, don't reveal the child's name, just say that the Secret Student was not having a great day but…

Basically, you pick a Secret Student at the start of the day and put his or her name on a certificate like the one pictured below (which you can get for free by clicking here). Don't tell your students who the Secret Student is. At the end of the day, if the student had a good day, reveal his or her name to the class. He or she gets to take the certificate (and possibly a small prize) home. If not, don't reveal the child's name, just say that the Secret Student was not having a great day but…

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