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Thanksgiving Unit Study


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In the United States, the fourth Thursday of November is Thanksgiving Day. On this holiday, families and friends get together to feast and to give thanks for the good fortunes that they have received throughout the year. The Thanksgiving observance dates back to the harvest celebrations of the early settlers in America. Enjoy the across-the-grades activities in this holiday unit! Happy Thanksgiving!



Lesson Plans Included:

  • Turkey Trivia (Gr. 3-12)
  • Thanksgiving Math (Gr. 3-12)
  • Exploring Thanksgiving (Gr. K-12)
  • How Many Ways Can You Say "Thank You"? (Gr. 3-12)
  • Thanksgiving Menus (Gr. K-12)
  • Thanksgiving Fun and Games (Gr. K-12)

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Each unit contains explanatory content, online resource links, book suggestions, 6-8 lesson plans and 2-10 worksheets. Days and days of learning and exploration within each unit!


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November 15th, 2015
This unit had some nice links to online resources; however, I felt it was just a little harder to use then some. The nice part was though that there was definitely something for every age level. [...]
November 16th, 2012
The link never opened so until I make contact with customer service I cannot review the material itself. [...]
November 16th, 2012
this is a great unit study to have in teaching Thanksgiving and the unit was good for any age. [...]
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