Gobble! Gobble! Check out these 20 amazing Montessori Thanksgiving activities for kids covering art, science, math, and language! I am always on the look out for creative holiday activities. Thanksgiving learning activities are on my list.
Thanksgiving Activities for Kids
Turkey Number Cards
I created [FREE – download below] Turkey Number Counters as a fun, festive, seasonal math work for my [at the time] four-year-old. Cute, right? I found the image of this place setting and knew I had to use it. Number card variations seem endless.
In addition to the Thanksgiving activities I have up my sleeve, I went in search of amazing ideas for inspiration. Check them out below! These images are sourced from the blogs cited below. For more detail on the projects, click through the image or the hyperlink to the post. Thank you!
Turkey Pattern Block Activity
This Turkey Pattern Block Activity from Buggy & Buddy is creative and can be applied to practical life, sensorial, math, and art!
I love the simplicity of this Color Matching Fine Motor Activity from I Heart Arts N Crafts. Perfect for working young kids’ fine motor skills and introducing early math concepts with sorting and matching.
This beautiful Leaf Turkey is from Crafty Morning. Hook kids onto the concepts behind why leaves change color by first creating this fun and colorful leaf turkey!
Get little bodies moving with this creative life sized Tic Tac Turkey from Pizzazzerie
This adorable Family Handprint Turkey is brought to us by Crafts by Amanda. The perfect keepsake and family tradition for Thanksgiving!
The amazing hands on group Sticky Paper Turkey from Teach Preschool not only provides an early math lesson, the result is unique, creative, and builds community as the children create the patterns together.
A fun activity that combines art & science, this festive Coffee Filter Tie-Dye Turkey from Busy Kids Happy Mom is beautiful!
This playdough from Fantastic Fun & Learning is a refreshing invitation to play, to create, and to work hand strength.
Kids love exploring textures and mediums, especially in art. This process art Dish Brush Turkey from Crafty Morning is perfect for the holiday!
How creative is this Turkey Baster Relay from The Inspired Treehouse? Kids will love the feather race and meanwhile get the chance to work their fine motor skills.
This Zentangle Turkey from Play Dr. Mom will inspire a range of kids in terms of age and development. Let kids get creative and use their imaginations as they color their turkey the way they see it.
This Pasta Turkey from Happy Home Fairy is simple to put together as an invitation in the art area. Kids love glue and fun shaped pasta!
I love how Toddler Approve integrates gratitude with this Turkey Treat Jar. What a great way to teach children about the holiday.
A simple invitation to create! This Tissue Paper Turkey makes for lovely decor and a neat sun catcher.
This super fun and easy Paper Plate Turkey from Crafty Morning is inexpensive and gives a range of children loads of creative freedom! Love the colors!
Turkey Suncatchers from Learn, Create, Explore are simple to put together and kids can be creative with their own unique spin!
Another Turkey Suncatcher but this one, from Stay at Home Educator, has a twist. I love the shapes of the turkey and the brown border.
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