Let's Talk Turkey! Thanksgiving Lesson for Preschoolers and Kindergarteners.
In this one time lesson, students are introduced to the concept of Thanksgiving, make a Thanksgiving turkey decoration, sing a Thanksgiving song, read a funny Thanksgiving story and play a fun game.
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In this one time lesson, students are introduced to the concept of Thanksgiving, make a Thanksgiving turkey decoration, sing a Thanksgiving song, read a funny Thanksgiving story and play fun games. This lesson does not focus on the history of the American Thanksgiving festival. Instead, it introduces students to the main things that happen at Thanksgiving - family gatherings for dinner, giving thanks and most important of all, the Thanksgiving turkey. We will read "Hello, Mr. Turkey!" from...
Objectives: Talking about Thanksgiving Structures: "Happy Thanksgiving!", "How are you?", "Hip hip hooray!". Target Vocab: Thanksgiving, turkey, gobble, wobble, cold, colder, warm, warmer, hot.
No homework required.
3 files available upon enrollmentFor Thankful Turkey Decoration Craft Brown card stock or construction paper Orange card stock or construction paper Multi colors of card stock or construction paper Feathers Wiggle eyes Red tissue paper Glue stick Thankful Turkey Template, optional coloring pages and worksheets attached for download.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
We will use material from ESL Kidstuff.
Teacher Melody, (MBA Human Resource, BA Education)Learning with me is fun and exciting!
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Hello! My name is Teacher Melody. I live in beautiful St Louis, Missouri. I graduated from Webster University with a Masters Degree in Human Resources, as well as a Bachelor of Science in Education from Southern Illinois University. I am a...