Looking for some Thanksgiving Inspiration?

Tuesday, October 30, 2012

Looking for some Thanksgiving Inspiration?

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Turkey Math ~ Free Printable (This is a free printable I came up with to help Goofy practice Math this month. Just click on the imaged to download
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Favorite Turkey / Thanksgiving Books – These are my absolute favorite Thanksgiving resources – we own all of these! My favorite silly one is A Plump & Perk Turkey; my favorite one that actually tells the story for kid is The First Thanksgiving Day.

8 comments:

  1. That thin mint turkey looks yummy! Thanks for the ideas!

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  2. Great collection of some awesome ideas! Thanks!!

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  3. Thanks for posting this collection, now you've got me in the mood for Giving Thanks!

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  4. I think that's fairly comprehensive!!! Well done!

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  5. What creative ideas as we prepare for Thanksgiving!

    Just wanted to let you know that this blog is now featured on the Facebook Group Teaching and Learning.

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  6. Wow! What a great collection of Thanksgiving activities! Thanks so much for sharing your free printables, too! I LOVE seasonal hands-on activities to teach math concepts. I pinned your post to my Thanksgiving board on Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/debchitwood/kids-thanksgiving-activities/

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  7. So many great ideas...I can't wait to use some of these! I love the clothespin turkey legs...adorable!! Thanks for linking up at {Junk in their Trunk}. We would love to see you stop by tomorrow for our 2nd link party!

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  8. You have such a rich blog and I love the turkey math! Thanks for sharing and I bookmarked it right for use next week.

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