There are so many great educational printables around the web for November! Here are some of our favorites:
“Hide, Turkey, Hide!” Prepositions Game. We found these little turkeys at Michael’s (a craft store). The lovely cards are from Kinder Kapers.
Autumn themed inference cards from Linda Nelson at Primary Inspiration.
Love these scarecrow matching cards! They are part of the November Activities Packet.
Autumn photos matching cards from Montessori for Everyone
Turkey feather categories by Jenna Rayburn
Reading and Writing
Thanksgiving CVC words for the Movable Alphabet. Use the Movable Alphabet to spell the words and check your work with the control cards. (From theNovember Activities Packet.)
Or… spell the words with turkey feathers! Check your work with the control cards. The packet also includes vowels in red and consonants in blue in case that is the color scheme you use in your class. (From theNovember Activities Packet.)
The cards can also be used as 3-part cards for the Reading Shelf. (From the November Activities Packet.)
This little game is fun to play with a friend. Draw a card and keep it if you can read it. If you draw a Gobble Gobble card, you get an extra turn! Or make up whatever rule you want for the Gobble Gobble card 🙂 Cards by Vickie Plant.
Some scarecrow sentences to go on your blue series reading shelf. They also come with a brown border if you prefer to match them with the rest of the November activities. (From the November Activities Packet.)
Scarecrow number cards. We found these gem corn ears on clearance last week so we will use them as counters. But you could use real corn kernels or anything else you want! (From the November Activities Packet.)
Sorting Living and Non-Living pictures. (From the November Activities Packet.)
Sorting Plant and Animal pictures. (From the November Activities Packet. )
Parts of a Squirrel 3-Part Cards with Definitions (this does come with a blackline master so the children can make little booklets) (From the November Activities Packet.)
November won’t be complete without a Parts of a Turkey work! Available in the free resource library here.
And this one’s not a printable, but it’s fun to do! A turkey collage and sewing plate.
Did you see our November Fine Motor Shelves last week?
Many more ideas on our November Pinterest Board!
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