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?
True or False - See what you know about the origin of this story.
Turkey Trivia - A dozen quick facts that you should have captured from reading the above worksheets.
Thanksgiving Mad 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.
Harvesting 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.
Help 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.
Alphabetize - Put this series of theme related vocabulary words in alphabetic order.
- There is a hidden message in there. Feast your eyes on the letters below. Can you find all of the words hidden in them?
Gobble Scramble - Oh no! The farmer's wife was busy making Thanksgiving dinner when she spilled the words below on the floor.
Thanksgiving Rebus - Solve the rebus to unveil a special Thanksgiving message. This includes images with words, phrases, and letter chunks.
Turkey Soup Cryptogram - These letters got mixed up in leftover turkey soup! Use the code to unscramble the words and
decipher the message.
Word Scramble - Unscramble these terms in your own way to help them make sense.
Word Search - Find the Thanksgiving related words in the puzzle. Write
each word you find on a line.
Pattern Match - Cut and paste to complete the pattern in each row.
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.
I am Thankful For - A series of worksheets to help students express themselves. [W.3-4.3]
Reflective Writing - What are you thankful for? This is a time feel and express gratitude for
everything that you appreciate in your life. Write five sentences
about things that you are thankful for this year.
Draw and Write - Draw and write about what you are the most
thankful for this holiday.
Sentence Match - Draw a line from the sentence to the matching picture.
Gratitude A to Z - Think of something that you appreciate for each letter
of the alphabet. Write your words on the lines.
Poem - Compose a poem to help you get your thoughts across.
Tossed Terms - See how many words you can make out this common holiday phrase.
Traditions - What are some of your family's Thanksgiving traditions?
Vocab Trace - Trace the series of words that are common mentioned at this time of year.
Haiku - Write a haiku poem
about gratitude, or something that
you are thankful for.