Here you’ll find FREE Thanksgiving Activity Pages for kids to use at home or school. There are 8 different worksheets including maze, I Spy, crossword, writing practice and more.
Thanksgiving is about to be here and we’re excited! My kids loved the coloring pages I made so I had to make activity sheets too. These worksheets are perfect to keep kids busy while you’re cooking that yummy Thanksgiving meal. If you’re a teacher, feel free to print these out for your students to work on during the last day of class before the holiday break. I created 8 different worksheets for varying levels. Some of great for younger preschool aged kids and some work best for older elementary children. Pick what will work for your child or students and print!
Thanksgiving Activity Pages – 8 Free Worksheets
Whether you’re a teacher, a homeschool parent or just looking for some indoor fun for your kids, these worksheets are for you! You can download and print all 8 or choose your favorites.
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For personal use only.
Color By Number – color the picture using the number & color guide
Maze – help the pilgrim boy and girl get to the cornucopia
I Spy – find and count all the Thanksgiving symbols
Crossword Puzzle – complete the crossword using the clues
Handwriting Practice – practice writing Thanksgiving words (great for preschoolers)
Word Search – find & circle Thanksgiving words
I am Thankful For – draw and write something you’re thankful for
Word Scramble – unscramble Thanksgiving words
These worksheets are great to use the week of Thanksgiving to assign as homework, classwork or extra credit. That week is usually light on work for students since it’s a short school week anyway. I love these types of activity pages because they’re fun for kids and they can put their skills to use.
For homeschool, use them as part of your Thanksgiving lesson! They are great for kids in elementary grades and a few of them work for preschool. I plan on letting my kids do these for fun the day before Thanksgiving to prepare for the holiday.
I hope you love these free printables as much as I do! If you print and use these, share and tag me on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter. It really makes me so happy to see families using my ideas with their kids.
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