Roll a die and color the turkey! This could work with other holidays as well. Roll of the die to make a monster mouth/eyes/nose for Halloween face; roll of a die to make a face on a Chrisrmas tree shape, etc.:
Here is a fun and simple "Color by Number" page. Want to make it a game? Give the kids dice and has them roll to see what number they can color. Notice that there is no #6 to color? Make that the "wild" number and let the kids choose which number to color on that roll._ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ Other StarKids...
Activity for ages 3 to 5. Rhyming is one of the skills children need to learn before they’re ready to dive in and start reading. (You can see the 4 signs kids are ready to read HERE.) These adorable cards are a playful way to work on rhyming skills with your little turkeys this Thanksgiving. […]
When my oldest was in Kindergarten, I drew some Thanksgiving Mats for Pattern Blocks for him by hand. And while they served their purpose, I have been working to update them for my preschooler and Kindergartner this year. And now, I also get to share them with you! PLUS, you’ll find a link to an extra ... Read More about Thanksgiving Mats for Pattern Blocks