While planning and brainstorming about our History of Thanksgiving unit study for this year, I had the bright idea to make my kiddos a few placemats to use the week of Thanksgiving.
We’ll work on them the end of this week and then use them all next week before the big festivities!
They’re just plain fun, so I wanted to share them with you as well. 🙂
Printable Thanksgiving Placemats
I printed our placemats on cardstock, since it’s always more durable.
After my kiddos are finished coloring, circling, and drawing, I’m going to laminate them so they’ll last the whole week.
If you don’t have a laminator, you could always place them in a plastic page protector or even place a sheet of contact paper of them.
This set of Thanksgiving Placemats have activities geared towards Kindergarten – 3rd graders.
→ This printable packet is available for both personal and classroom use.
Looking for more Thanksgiving posts? You might like these:
★ 7 Books About the History of Thanksgiving
★ History of Thanksgiving: Free Printables and Unit Study Resources
★ Pilgrims of Plymouth Worksheet Packet for 1st-3rd graders
★ Bar Graph Worksheet: Thanksgiving!
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