My Turkey Time Thanksgiving theme pack has been updated to include many more small group activities. If you have ever purchased this unit in the past from my TpT store please go to your my purchases and re-download the packet to get all of the added material.
Here is what is included
Letter Cards and Picture Cards
Letter cards and picture cards have been included so that you can introduce the letter D for dinner, I for Indian and T for turkey.
Activities to help build fine motor skills
Our little ones need to be given a wide variety of fine motor activities to build on those important hand muscles to prepare them for writing.
Visual Discrimination activities
Visual discrimination activities to help our little ones build their skills to help prepare them for reading.
If you want to read more about the importance of visual discrimination Jamie from Play to Learn Preschool wrote a wonderful article on The Primary Pack blog.
Beginning Sound Sorting
Flip and Match Upper and Lowercase Letters
Children will be able to practice their positional words by moving the turkey in and around the barn on a flannel board or magnetic board.
Working on segmenting words will help our little ones when it comes to reading.
One to One Correspondence
Counting and Adding Feathers
Color by Numbers
Color by numbers will help children learn to identify numbers as well as gain dexterity resulting in the progression of the penmanship skill.
Demonstrate to children how to draw a turkey using simple shapes and lines.
Roll and Count
Have child roll a dice and identify the number on the dice, next have the child count out the number of feathers to match the number on the dice. Once child has the right amount of feathers have child place the feathers around the body of the turkey. When turkey has all its feathers child is done. With this number game all children are winners.
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