Thanksgiving Color By Number (odd/evens sort)

Turkey color by number-  sort odd-even STICKER

This Thanksgiving color by number page seems appropriate for 3rd or 4th grade, depending on your students. It requires kids to determine if a number is in a certain number range and then if it’s odd or even (creating 8 possible groups where the number fits, which indicates the color for that section of the picture). Click here for the free printable PDF: Turkey color by number- sort odd-even   Happy Thanksgiving!

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Thankful Pumpkin Craft for Kids

Thankful pumpkin sticker

I saw this cute “Thankful Pumpkin” paper craft idea (source) and wanted to make some printables to go with it. I love the idea of helping kids remember what they’re thankful for. Activities like this are perfect opportunities to talk with kids about how blessed we really are!


2 Sheets of Cardstock (to print these printables on: Thankful Pumpkin Printable)
Small Hole Punch
2 Brads
Green Construction Paper
Brown Pipe Cleaner


1.  After you print the two printable pages, cut them into strips (cut on the lines).

2.  Finish writing the “I am thankful for” phrases on 5 strips of cardstock.

3.  Decorate the “Happy Thanksgiving” on the other 5 strips. Get Creative!

4.  Make a small hole in the center of both ends of each strip.  (Use small hole puncher or another tool to make the small holes.)

5.  Stack the paper strips alternating the “I am thankful” and “Happy Thanksgiving”.

6.  Stick the prongs of a brad through the holes on one end of the stack with the metal circle of the brad resting on the side with the writing.  Secure Brad.

7.  Fan out the slips with the writing side facing the table.

8.  Pull up one strip and feed the prongs of the 2nd brad through the hole with the metal circle resting on the blank side of the strips. Continue putting strips on brad going in a circular pattern.

9.  When all of the strips are on the brad and you have formed a ball, secure the brad by pushing the prongs down in opposite directions.

10. Cut 2 leaf shapes from the green construction paper.  Poke a small hole at bottom of each leaf.

11. Wrap the brown pipe cleaner around a pencil to make a spiral shape. Gently slide the pipe cleaner off to keep spiral shape.

12. Lift up the prongs of brad, hold brad in place from below, and slide on leaves.

13. Place brown pipe cleaner next to prongs, push prongs down on top of pipe cleaner to securely attach the leaves and “stem”.


Here’s what it looked like when my friend tried it with her class:

thankful pumpkin

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(Free!) Thanksgiving Graphing Worksheet

Turkey Graphing sticker

Thanksgiving’s the time to be grateful… for cool stuff like bar graphs! So here’s my free graphing worksheet for your Thanksgiving pleasure! Click here for the PDF: Turkey Graphing

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Free Thanksgiving Graphing Worksheet (Kindergarten, First Grade)

I Can Graph the Pictures- Thanksgiving 2 STICKER

Hooray for free things! Today’s freebie is a free graphing Thanksgiving worksheet for kindergarten or first grade. Use the pictures as data to help you complete the graph. Enjoy! Click here for the free worksheet (PDF):  I Can Graph the Pictures- Thanksgiving 2

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Thanksgiving Graphing Page (Kindergarten, First Grade)

I Can Graph the Pictures- Thanksgiving 1 STICKER

Another fun free Thanksgiving graphing worksheet for kindergartener and first graders. Use the Thanksgiving pictures to help make a bar graph of the data. Click here for the PDF: I Can Graph the Pictures- Thanksgiving 1  Woo hoo!

Thanksgiving Turkey Craft (Pre-K, Kinder, 1st Grade)

I absolutely loves this easy Thanksgiving turkey craft. It’s very simple, but it turns out pretty ADORABLE! Click here for the tutorial over at Happy Home Fairy.

Thanksgiving Crafts for Kids

I love kids Thanksgiving crafts! They’re all ADORABLE! Turkeys, pumpkins, pilgrims, they’re all fun and easy to make and just brighten the room! These would be great for your school class or your kids at home.

Thanksgiving Hand Wreath

Toilet Paper Roll Turkey

Framed Hand Print Turkey

Coffee Filter Turkey

Falling for Sight Words

falling for sight words sticker

I haven’t done much with sight words on this blog so far, so I thought I’d take advantage of the fun Autumn leaves and make a fall themed sight words worksheet for kindergarten or preschool. I suggest having the student color the word “yellow” with a yellow crayon and “orange” with an orange crayon, etc.  This way, they can still do the activity even if they haven’t mastered color words yet. This is a great activity for fine motor skills to color in the irregular-shaped leaves.  Enjoy!

Click here for the free printable page: Falling for Sight Words