Libs - Make a funny story that will make people laugh. The blanks are labeled with either noun,
verb, or adjective. Be creative and put your own in there.
Homophones - Place the correct word in the blank with the given
choices for each sentence. We focus on words that are often confused with one another.
Fix the Sentences - Farmer Joe is preparing for Thanksgiving
and Tom the Turkey is in a tizzy. He
was running so frantically in the yard that he messed up the sentences below.
There is something wrong with each underlined word. Rewrite each sentence
with the appropriate correction.
Reading Comprehension Worksheets:
Traditions - The story of where the tradition comes from and
has gone to. This is composed of three pages: reading passage, free response, and multiple choice.
Turkey - What makes a turkey wild? We give you five mixed length sentences that you need to complete.
Me? - Read this brief history about the turkey pardon. Learn who the first President was to make turkey pardoning an official tradition.
First Thanksgiving - In the early 1600s, a group of people in
England wanted to pray and worship their God in their own way.
Life of a Pilgrim Child - There were no iPods or iPhones back
then. The horror! What were some of the typical chores for younger Pilgrim children?
- There is a hidden message in there. Feast your eyes on the letters below. Can you find all of the words hidden in them?
Scramble - Oh no! The farmer's wife was busy making Thanksgiving
dinner when she spilled the words below on the floor.
Rebus - Solve the rebus to unveil a special Thanksgiving message. This includes images with words, phrases, and letter chunks.
Soup Cryptogram - These letters got mixed up in leftover turkey soup! Use the code to unscramble the words and
decipher the message.
Traditions - What does your family do? What do you wish you did? Write at least 6 sentences about your family Thanksgiving traditions. Do you travel? Does your
family come over to your house?
Craziest Thanksgiving Ever! - Create your own story using
the words and title below. The story should have a plot and character
as well as a beginning, middle and end.