Just a quick post to share a few turkey activities from the last week. This Goofy Gobbler activity is from my Writing Piece of the Month
Unit. My students colored their goofy gobblers and then used adjectives to fill-in the blanks. They turned out super cute and they had a great time sharing their adjective poems. There is also a blank turkey provided, in case students want to create their own goofy gobbler.
We also did this visualizing activity to go along with Jack Prelutsky's Poem, I Ate Too Much Turkey. I wish I could share the poem template, but I don't want to break any copyright rules. All of his poems really are WONDERFUL for visualizing! The cute turkey holding the poem is from Teacher's Friend Publications: November Idea Book.
The link will take you to Amazon, just in case you're interested.
We also made these little turkeys on our last day before the break. I thought they'd be really adorable hanging on the fridge over the holidays. I saw them at Julie's blog, Happy Home Fairy
, and knew I had to make them in the classroom. I'm also going to have to make a few with my own little guy at home. Julie has so many great craft ideas, definitely check out her blog! These turkeys are much cuter without their precious little faces hidden.