My students and I had so much fun making and using the Witch-y Craftivity, I knew I had do it again for November. So turkeys are the clear winner here…
For this one, the templates for the turkeys are included as well as these writing pages:
- Turkey Talk! can be used for artic words, vocabulary, parts of speech, etc. I plan to use this as a fun page to plan a big meal with all of the kids’ favorite foods to eat on Thanksgiving. Again, good for targeting articulation and vocabulary! You can also use it as a planning activity to work on those higher level skills with your older students.
- The obligatory “I am thankful…” prompt.
- A blank page that you can use for anything…a fun turkey story, retell of the book you use for Thanksgiving literacy, etc.
- Describing page. It has seven circles… just like my EET! Did you know I do that purpose? 😉
You can also choose to leave your turkey’s tummy blank and just make the craft itself to target following directions or to pair with a story. The best thing about these craftivities is how open ended they can be! I love all of the ways I can use it across my caseload.