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Mommy School Week 7_Thanksgiving

Mommy School Week 7_Thanksgiving



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Published by Alison Steadman

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Published by: Alison Steadman on Aug 27, 2012
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Mommy School Week 7Thanksgiving Theme
Letter: TNumber: 4Color/Shape: TriangleSong: Over the River and Through the Woods
Turkey TrotTo the tune of the Hokey Pokey, sing this song:
You put your right wing in,You put your right wing out,You put your right wing in,And you shake it all about.You do the turkey trotAnd you turn yourself around.That’s what it’s all about! 
Additional verses: Left wing (left arm), drumsticks (legs), stuffing (tummy),wattle (head), tail feathers (bottom), turkey body (whole self).Thanksgiving Colors BookUse the attached Thanksgiving Colors Book to learn more about the fallcolors you may see in your Thanksgiving feast!Gobble Turkey ActivityUse this activity to get out some wiggles!Gobble, gobble turkey standing up so straight (Stand up and flap arms.)Gobble, gobble turkey running through the gate (Run in place)Gobble, gobble turkey running all around (Run in a circle)Gobble, gobble turkey sitting on the ground (Sit down)
Thanksgiving Day SkitPerform the attached Thanksgiving Day skit on Thanksgiving Day!Turkey Position BookYou can download a darling turkey position book here:http://www.pre-kpages.com/docs/whereis_turkey.pdf You create a little turkey on a craft stick and move him around the picturesto show where he is
behind the barn, under the barn, etc.Turkey Circle GameChildren sit in a circle, and one child is chosen to be the turkey. He walksaround the circle waddling as the other children sing the song. The turkeyalone says the last line, “Gobble, gobble, gobble.” The person he stands behindis the next turkey.(Tune: All Around the Mulberry Bush)A turkey is a funny birdHis head goes wobble, wobble.And all he says is just one word,“Gobble, gobble, gobble.”Turkey BowlingSpray paint liter soda bottles (or water bottles) with brown paint and add aface and feathers. Fill about a fourth full with sand. Use a small ball to gobowling!Thanksgiving Rebus StoryUse the attached Thanksgiving rebus story to have your child help you readabout the first Thanksgiving.Turkey HuntHide pictures of attached turkeys around the room and have child find theturkeys and bring them back to you. You could also play this game as a groupand have one child look for one turkey like the Hot/Cold game. The otherchildren could start gobbling as the turkey hunter gets closer to the hiddenturkey.

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