Saturday, November 5, 2016

Thanksgiving I Teach Giveaway and Linky With Freebies!

The turkeys are coming! The turkeys are coming!
Do you have leftover mini pumpkins from Halloween?
A project I like to do with little people is to make them into Thanksgiving turkeys!
You can use ice cream sticks, popsicles sticks or tongue depressors cut in half for the head and tail feathers. The sticks can be colored with crayons or makers.
 
The littlest learners will need help getting the sticks into the pumpkins after coloring. A knife maybe needed to cut slits into the pumpkin to make it easier to push in the sticks.
They look cute sitting on the Thanksgiving dinner table!
I also have a variety of Thanksgiving ideas and actvities on my
Pinterest Thanksgiving Board.

The I Teach K-2 Collaborative Blogger members and I are truly thankful for all of our friends and followers, so we are having a Thanksgiving giveway and freebie linky party!

So you get to Gobble the Goodies!
My blog post freebie is a turkey that is made using a child's hand!
See the example in this poster.
This paid product in my store has a variety of different colors and fonts.
but for this linky and my followers,
I am posting a free page version of this activity here!
Enjoy!
Be sure and click on the blogs below to find many other wonderful
Thanksgiving freebies and enter the giveaway for 5 chances to win
$25.00 gift cards to TpT!
Good luck!


24 comments:

  1. I love your board. Pinterest is the BEST!

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    1. Thank you! It is my favorite place to go too!

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  2. Thank you! Great idea for Thanksgiving.

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    1. You are so very welcome and thank you too!

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  3. Thank you for the Thanksgiving handprint poem. My students' parents will love it!
    First Grade Schoolhouse

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  4. So CUTE! Thanks for the great idea and freebie!

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  5. I LOVE LOVE LOVE IT! Thanks! Wendy 1stgradefireworks

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  6. My kids will LOVE this! You have saved their pumpkins:) Thanks so much for sharing.

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  7. The one thing I treasure more than anything else are the ornament and projects from preschool that included my children's hands. They grow up fast!

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    1. I agree! I have several of them still around the house!

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  8. I was going to bake my two little sugar pumpkins but now I think I'll get my two grandchildren to decorate them instead! Thanks for the idea.

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    1. They will love doing them and you are welcome!

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