This color by number is one page from my new Thanksgiving packet. I have versions for 1st, 2nd, and 3rd grade. Everything in the packet is Common Core aligned and no-prep! Lots of fun activities including number patterns on turkey feathers, sorting pies with phonics patterns, expanded form numbers on fall produce, and much
I’m excited to link up with 4th Grade Frolics for Monday Made It!
My first project is this silly bulletin board made of some thrift store neckties. I made the big turkey and then realized I could us the little tie ends I had left to make a baby turkey. This is a library bulletin board so the turkey is saying “Be thankful for good books…and eat more ham!”
A few weeks ago, my daughter came home from school and announced that she needed a tuna fish costume for her musical at school…a tuna fish! I looked up what they look like to at least get an idea for color. I ended up buying a cheap dress from a thrift store as something to start with. Then I traced around a small bowl and cut out lots and lots of circles for the scales. After sewing on the rows of scales, I added some tulle strips for the tail.
My third project is actually a redo. I decorated the wreath on the left a few years ago and decided to update it recently. I’m pretty sure my husband thought I was bonkers when I was filling our cart at Michael’s with fake lemons! Thank goodness for husbands that just roll with it : )
My fourth “made it” is a FREEBIE! I’ve been adding holiday items to my store this year. Here is a Thanksgiving color by number that helps kids practice adding and subtracting 10 from a 2-digit number. Click on the picture to snag your copy.
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