While I LOVE, LOVE teaching early intermediate kiddos, one thing I miss about the primary grades is being able to spend a lot of time on themes like Thankgiving. My second graders were always engaged in any activity that had anything to do with the holidays. Bigger kids love activities like this too, but we have a lot less time in testing grades.
Once again, I have created a pack of seasonal graph organizers for my kiddos to use this month. You can check out this post and this post for more information on how I use these seasonal organizers in my classroom.
My little pumpkins loved using these last month and can't wait to for our public library collection to come in to use these. Thankgiving is great hitting and reviewing main idea and detail...so I requested some more nonfiction books to use. We are also using Thanksgiving books for our short two day week before Thanksgiving, so I'm glad I have these ready early.
We have a kid free day tomorrow, and half the day is ours, as in personal time off, so I'm *hoping* to finish up my Thanksgiving Math Centers sometime between tonight and tomorrow!
Would you like to win a copy of my Thanksgiving Graphic Organizers to use in your classroom? :) You can! The first person to correctly guess the number of little turkeys I have in my class wins! :) Don't forget your email with your comment! :)
They are also on sale through Wednesday night on TpT! :) Click on the cheerleader to check them out!
Have a great night friends! We started Data Folders in my room and I can't wait to share them with you, look for a post on that later in the week. :)