the turkey print outs from mathwire.com . I used some
craft cubes and wrote numbers on the dice 0-5 on two
and 6-11 on the others. It was good practice counting
for my preschooler. I made the spinner using a template
online which I printed on cardstock and glued on cardboard.
I put a brad through (it's sticking up a bit) and used one of
the laminated turkey feathers which I cut down to size and
put a hole punch as the spinner's arrow. I wrote in "odd, even,
less and more."
The kids have played this daily. It was a big hit!
Here are some other related posts that might be of interest:
Thanksgiving Preschool Printables (free)
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Free Fall Sight Word Games
- Free Fall Math Game Board – Use this game board for any type of math fact practice. Players move around the board until one person lands on the WIN space. My oldest used this to add positive and negative numbers… but you can use this for number recognition, easy addition, subtraction or multiplication problems.
- Free Fall and Thanksgiving Math Games and Printables – Which has links to over a half-dozen free math activities (grades K-4th roughly)
- I also made some Thanksgiving themed Number Family Sheets and basic addition matching (turkey to feather)
- Fall and Thanksgiving Themed Printable Activities (Free)
- Free Fall-Themed Packets for Ages 3-6 (PreK-Gr. 1)
- Free Fall Themed Activity Packs for 3-6 Year Olds
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You might also be interested in this FREE Resource Guide:
How to Create Your Own Homeschool Curriculum: K, Gr. 1
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