Free Thanksgiving Printable

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Old Lady Who Swallowed a Pie Printable

Well, wouldn’t you know it? As soon as I published my Thanksgiving Literacy and Math packets last week I discovered some super cute images at Scrappin Doodles that would have been perfect to include. Since it was too late I decided to create this free printable for you!

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This game goes along with one of my favorite Thanksgiving books, I Know an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Pie by Alison Jackson. These types of games are fun and simple to play. There are two pages included, the first one is the recording sheet and the second page has pictures that you cut out and insert into a pocket die or attach to the outside of a square box. The students take turns rolling the die and recording their rolls on their recording sheet with a Do-A-Dot marker. If your students are able you can have them write the numbers in the box instead of using the Do-A-Dot marker. Ask your students questions about how many of each item they rolled and which one has more or less to reinforce math concepts.

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About Vanessa Levin

Vanessa is the creator of Pre-K Pages and author of the book A Fabulous First Year and Beyond: A Practical Guide for Pre-K and Kindergarten Teachers. She has more than two decades of teaching experience and enjoys helping kids and teachers through her professional development sessions. Follow Vanessa on Facebook, Google +, Twitter and Pinterest.

Comments

  1. Looks like an interesting game. Thanks. I’m gonna try it. Good skill to teach taking turns when playing games.

  2. Thank you! This is the perfect center activity for my Kinders this week!

  3. It looks good and a good way to document if the kids can read a graph. Thanks!

  4. Beckie Nieman says:

    Looks great! But it always print small – Do you know what I’m doing wrong?

    • Hi Beckie, Thanks for visiting. Make sure your printer is set to print in landscape orientation for this document instead of portrait. Go to “preferences” then select “landscape”. If you are in chrome open the document, then right click on the image to open the printer dialog box. Hope that helps :)

  5. Love this game! My kids always enjoy this type of activity, Thanks!

  6. Love it ~ can’t wait to try it and thanks for giving us this game. It is really appreciated.

  7. Thank you, love this kind of free stuff!! Your ideas are very helpful.

  8. Very Cute!! Can’t wait to use…THANK YOU for sharing!! :)

  9. Claudette Lindquist says:

    Love it!! Can’t wait to share it with our preschoolers!

  10. Can’t wait t try it out- thanks for sharing

  11. I LOVE this! Can’t wait to do it in my teacher-led centers this week with my 4-K’s. I’m not sure how the clipart license is…am I able to turn this into a smartboard activity for whole group practice before our stations?

  12. Great, thank you!

  13. Jamie Betts says:

    Thanks so much for the free printable! I am actually going to read this book and use this next week!

  14. Karen Thomas says:

    I love it! I am excited to use it this week! Thanks :)

  15. Thank you for the free thanksgiving printable. I will use it this week !

  16. Thanks for the printables! Looks like a fun game!

  17. What a great idea
    I printed it out and intend to use it all week and next for my kids
    Such a perfect counting game
    Thank you so much for your efforts

  18. Debbie Quero says:

    Very good ideas for Thanksgiving, Thank you!

  19. I used it today. I couldn’t wait. My para worked with 4 kids. We put letter stickers in the spots which extended the activity because they had to say the letter they were pasting on.
    I can hardly wait for tomorrow :-)

  20. I look forward to checking out your blog everyday! Thanks for the free downloads. My class love The was an old lady books, looking forward to playing this game with them.

  21. this is great. love your ideas and love to use them in my room.

  22. Sofia's Ideas says:

    We love “I Know an Old Lady” books! We don’t own the pie one but we have the fly one in a large size, with stacking cut-outs! It never EVER gets old! ;0

    Anyway, I’m stopping in because I am new to We Teach and just joined the “We’re Bloggers” group. When you find a moment, I would love for you to do the same. You can find me at http://sofiasideas.com/

    Sofia’s Ideas

    BTW, I didn’t see a GFC widget so I am subscribing via Google Reader. I hope that will suffice?

    • Thanks for stopping by Sofia! I checked out your blog, great stuff! I am a little OCD about my sidebar- I can’t stand clutter so I don’t have a GFC widget. Feel free to connect any way you wish :)

  23. Sofia's Ideas says:

    I have ocd so believe me, I get it! lol ;0

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