Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Thanksgiving Freebie!


Hi All!  I know we are all busy with the month of November and the holidays creeping up on us.  I wanted to share some of my past Thanksgiving Freebies with you so that you might be able to use them in your festivities.

The first is a Color by the Code: Sight Words.  This has cute turkeys and pilgrims. Students color the boxes by the code to reveal the answer to a riddle or question.  You can check it out by clicking on the picture.





Another freebie I have made for Thanksgiving is my Oh Turkey pre-primer sight word game.  Don't be surprised if you look at it today and it looks a bit different tomorrow.  I am in the process of updating some of my November files.  You can get this game by clicking here or on the picture.  While you are at my TPT store be sure to check out all of the other Turkey stuff I have.




My last Thanksgiving freebie is a generic Thanksgiving themed game board.  I originally made it to practice math facts with my students.   This year I am going to use it to review letters and numbers with my preschoolers.   You can add your own task cards, write words in the spaces, etc.  Let me know how you use it as I am always looking for new ideas. If you would like to get a copy of this just click on the  picture!


I hope you found something useful!  Please leave a comment if you downloaded something so I know that you liked it (then I will keep making more!).  Also if you do not follow on Facebook consider joining the ship so you never miss a freebie (Sometimes I post freebies just for my Facebook followers!).

I have linked this post up at 
http://www.talesfromoutsidetheclassroom.com/2013/11/thanksgiving-freebies-linky.html.
Check it out for more freebies!


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5 comments:

  1. Thanks for sharing and linking up your cute freebies!

    Tessa
    Tales from Outside the Classroom

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  2. Thank you so much for the freebies! I love all of them and downloaded the first and last freebie. Can't wait to use them in the classroom this week!

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  3. Thank you so much for sharing your creativity!

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