# Free Fall and Thanksgiving Packets and Printables

I’m always SO grateful for the educators who share their materials for free!  I thought I would update a post from last year to include some new materials from around the web.

This tot activity caught my eye — it’s very cute and is free over at Totschooling.

Cute Turkey Math Game:

The matching activity above reminded me of a game I played with all three of the kids when they were each in preschool.  I got 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.”

3-Dinosaurs always has wonderful free packets for preschoolers. Check out her Thanksgiving pack for 3-6 year olds:

And here’s another free printable Thanksgiving pack offered by the Multitasking Mom.

Other Free Fall and Thanksgiving Packets:

I was looking for some Thanksgiving themed math materials for my kids  and came across a number of free games and printables (most are from TeachersPayTeachers which you need to register (free) to be able to download). We have taken a number of pages for ED’s kindergarten math from Royal Baloo’s Thanksgiving Math Pack

Use a hole puncher to poke out the right answer:  Addition Pumpkin Poke with cards like these (with cards all the way from 1+1 through 12+12):

Here’s ED doing one of the problems:

Fields of Sunflowers Mental Math (a board game to practice addition problems mentally such as 26+50 or 644+200)

I used the cute turkey page from the pack: Turkey Counting Ten Frames and Addition for some dice-addition practice

Multiplication Game: Thanksgiving 5-in-a-RowThis game is SO cute!  DD and LD will be playing this to keep on top of their multiplication facts:

Roll the die twice and multiply. Try to get 5 in a row before the other person!

Thanksgiving Preschool Printables (free)

Turkey Improper Fraction and Mixed Fraction Cards

Holiday Review Pack (Percent, Fractions, Decimals) for Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas

Thanksgiving Magic Square for Fractions: (match all the sides to re-create a 3X3 square) by Heather from HoJo’s Teaching Adventures

This was tricky for DD, but LD finished it within a couple of minutes:

Turkey Fraction Cards (find all three that match)

I also made some new skip counting mazes for my daughter to practice her 2s, 3s and 5s

Free Fall Skip Counting Pages

Thanksgiving Skip Counting Practice

I also made some Thanksgiving themed Number Family Sheets and basic addition matching (turkey to feather)

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There are a number of other printable Thanksgiving and Fall themed math activities in my last year’s post Kindergarten Math (addition games/place value activities).

Last year’s post Fall and Thanksgiving Themed Printable Activities (free)  has a lot of links to materials appropriate for younger kids — preschool and kindergarten including dot-to-dots, preschool packs and more…

Free Fall Sight Word Games and Activities: This is a free printable for practicing some common sight words and CVC words

Also I wanted to add in that Art Projects for Kids has a great post on How to Draw a Turkey

Here’s DD’s version:

You might also be interested in last month’s post: Free Fall Themed Activity Packs for 3-6 Year Olds
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1. December 3, 2014

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