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Thanksgiving


Links verified 10/26/2017

1. 50 Free Thanksgiving Printable Decorations.

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A massive list of festive home decor printables for picture frames, fireplace mantels, table settings, and more! This list of downloadable resources are ready for you to simply print and decorate.  SEE MORE
 
2. A Thanksgiving Hymn and an After-Thanksgiving Poem.

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Enjoy a Thanksgiving hymn and an after-Thanksgiving poem from angelfire. SEE MORE
 
3. Arts & Crafts: Holidays > Thanksgiving.

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Dozens of good crafts ideas from Preschool Education. Such as placemats, stain glass turkeys, Thanksgiving centerpiece, Native American vests, sponge painting feathers, paper bag turkeys, Thanksgiving cards and so much more. SEE MORE
 
4. Billybear4kids Thanksgiving Crafts.

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Thanksgiving Crafts from BillyBear4Kids (ignore the flashing ad, you did not win) SEE MORE
 
5. CNNIN Thanksgiving.

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This interactive site provides links to recipes, traditional activities, fun links, and historical perspectives. SEE MORE
 
6. Crafts For Thanksgiving.

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A collection of magnificent Thanksgiving craft items are on display. Follow the instructions to make these interesting crafts and use them as gifts.  SEE MORE
 
7. DLTK's Crafts for Kids.

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Crafts for Kids - Thanksgiving Crafts SEE MORE
 
8. Free Thanksgiving Printables and Craft Ideas.

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Thanksgiving Crafts, Decorations and more from Pretty My Party. Get your Free Thanksgiving Printables and Craft Ideas just in time for Turkey Day! SEE MORE
 
9. Giving Thanks Placemats.

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Students make their own placemat with historic images and their own message of thanks. SEE MORE
 
10. Holiday Zone Thanksgiving Poems.

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Thanksgiving poems at the Holiday Zone SEE MORE
 
11. Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.

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There’s no better tradition on Thanksgiving Day than the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade in New York City. Click through the links to find everything from parade information to pictures of the balloons. SEE MORE
 
12. Mayflower History.

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Find out everything you want to know about the Mayflower and the Pilgrims who came to America on the ship. SEE MORE
 
13. More Thanksgiving Poems and Song.

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Additional Thanksgiving poems and songs from Bethany Roberts. SEE MORE
 
14. Paper Thanksgiving Crafts for Kids.

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Have fun making any of these 9 kid-friendly Thanksgiving crafts that range from turkey hats to a beautiful autumn candle centerpiece.  SEE MORE
 
15. Spin the Turkey.

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Pull a string to spin the turkey in this free downloadable, addictive game. Your turkey spins in the middle of a wheel, a la the TV show "Wheel of Fortune"; however, instead of pointing at dollar amounts, your turkey points at gravy, cranberries, giblets, and wishbones. But watch out for the yams and, of course, the menacing stove at the top of the wheel! The game is over when your turkey gets cooked. (PC/Windows only, sorry Mac) SEE MORE
 
16. Table Top and Home Decorating Ideas and Crafts.

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Make turkey crafts from items found in nature or create colorful, fan-folded paper leaves. Download our fun and free Thanksgiving games for kids.  SEE MORE
 
17. Talk like a Pilgrim!

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The Pilgrims talked a little differently than we do today. If you visit the Museum's 17th-Century English Village, you will notice that the townspeople say words you know in a funny way, or even say some words you don't know at all! That's because they are speaking in 17th-century English, not 21st-century modern English.  SEE MORE
 
18. Thanksgiving and Pilgrims.

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Resource with many links that focus on Pilgrims and Thanksgiving activities and lesson plans. SEE MORE
 
19. Thanksgiving Crafts and Children's Activities.

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Thanksgiving puzzles, recipes, worksheets and more from DLTK's Crafts for Kids SEE MORE
 
20. Thanksgiving Crafts.

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Thanksgiving Crafts from Making Friends -Not just for turkeys! We have pilgrim crafts, Native American projects, and tons more. SEE MORE
 
21. Thanksgiving Facts and Activities.

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The Kiddyhouse site provides Thanksgiving facts, poems and crafts. Additional links located near the bottom of the page include crafts, lesson plans, printables, songs, clipart, and animation/gaphics. SEE MORE
 
22. Thanksgiving Interactive.

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You are the Historian : Investigating the first Thanksgiving - If you are doing research on Thanksgiving in American history this archived page would be a good starting place. SEE MORE
 
23. Thanksgiving K-3 Theme Page.

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Enchanted Learning has a great page stuffed full of Thanksgiving Crafts, decorations, worksheets, activities, and printouts. SEE MORE
 
24. Thanksgiving Place Cards.

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Decorate your Thanksgiving dinner table by making place cards for each of your guests. Just print, cut, and write to create festive cards that will brighten up your holiday dinner. (three styles) SEE MORE
 
25. Thanksgiving Poems and Songs.

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Bethany Roberts' Thanksgiving Fun for Kids: Thanksgiving poems and songs. SEE MORE
 
26. Thanksgiving Poems and Songs.

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Thanksgiving Poems and Songs from Alphabet Soup. These poems are written by young people. SEE MORE
 
27. Thanksgiving Poems.

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Two Thanksgiving poems from the Teacher's Corner SEE MORE
 
28. Thanksgiving Poetry.

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D. J. McAdam presents three Thanksgiving poems to commemorate the true meaning of the holiday, starting with A Thanksgiving Hymn, an anonymous poem found in the 1894 Agricultural Almanac printed and sold by John Baer's Sons in Lancaster, Pennsylvania: SEE MORE
 
29. Thanksgiving Quilt.

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Students create their own quilt square showing what they are thankful for and assemble into a class quilt. SEE MORE
 
30. The First Thanksgiving.

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Learn how the Pilgrims reached America and lived to celebrate the first Thanksgiving; from Scholastic SEE MORE
 
31. The History of Thanksgiving and its Celebrations.

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This site discusses how the history of Thanksgiving does not start with the Pilgrims. Harvest festivals and thanksgiving celebrations were held by the ancient Greeks, the Romans, the Hebrews, the Chinese, and the Egyptians. SEE MORE
 
32. The Teacher's Corner Thanksgiving Activities.

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These Thanksgiving pages will provide you with activities and resources for this day of being thankful. Ideas within this section include: thematic units, easy craft ideas, bulletin boards, coloring sheets, and Internet resources. SEE MORE
 
33. Turkey Day Fun.

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Each feather on the turkey centerpiece symbolizes something that you're thankful for. SEE MORE
 
34. Welcome Placemats.

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Thanksgiving dinner tastes even better when it's served on a cheery, personalized place mat. SEE MORE
 
35. World of Thanksgiving.

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This Fundoo Times site provides information on history, quotes, facts, recipes, songs, poetry, and gifts ideas. SEE MORE
 
36. Young Poets.

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These Thanksgiving Poems were written by young poets. SEE MORE
 
37. Ziggy Zoom Thanksgiving.

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Thanksgiving Crafts, Stickers, Mazes and more from Ziggity.  SEE MORE
 

 

 

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