Thanksgiving Crafts, Treats, and Academic Fun

Categories: Fall | Language Arts | Resources

Turkey Construction Paper Crafts

Simple construction paper crafts can be amazing educational activities. You can work on foundational skills like color identification, fine motor skills, and counting. Or you can take it up a notch and work on group work, social skills, sequencing, patterns, and more. Check out this post on how you can make crafting independent.

Q-Tip Fall Trees

This is my FAVORITE craft. Learn more here.

Rice Krispie Turkeys

I mean… how stinkin’ cute. Check it out here.

November Bingo

Grab this game here.

Pumpkin Spice Play Dough

Recipe here.

Dinner Plate Craft

Sarah shared this adorable craft last year. Grab it here.

Thanksgiving Cooking

I’ll be sharing loads more on this activity because it’s a classroom tradition. Grab the visual recipes, go grocery shopping, and get cooking!

Academics and Group Work

The holidays are a great time for some teamwork. My kids practiced working together on this massive turkey craft and did these amazing persuasive writing tasks to accompany it.

2 Comments

  1. Where can I find a visual for the rice krispy turkeys? Love them! 🙂

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  2. We actually never made a visual recipe for that one. We followed the directions on the box for making the rice krispie treats and then did this as a visual discrimination task of match to sample using a photo of the finished treat. Here is a link from last year: https://theautismhelper.com/thanksgiving-treats/.

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