Our Thanksgiving adjectives worksheet will help your child learn about some of the things that are associated with this holiday. They will practice identifying adjectives that describe nouns related to Thanksgiving.
Adjectives are one of the most important parts of the English language. They add color and description to nouns and can make a sentence more interesting and exciting.
One way to get students excited about adjectives is to have them come up with adjectives for things they see or experience every day. This can be done in many different ways, such as through games or interactive activities.
Students will quickly learn that adjectives are an important part of speech, and they will enjoy using them to enhance their writing.
What are Adjectives?
Adjectives are words that describe nouns or pronouns. They can describe the physical appearance of something, like “The sky is blue.” They can also describe the emotional state of someone or something, like “I’m feeling happy.”
Adjectives are incredibly versatile words, and they can be used in a variety of ways.
Thanksgiving Adjective Worksheet
This Thanksgiving worksheet provides kids with an opportunity to show what they know about adjectives with a fun holiday theme.
All you’ve got to do to prepare the worksheet is print it out. That’s it! Then, provide your child with a pencil and crayons. Now, they’re all set!
The first section of this worksheet has children sort a group of words according to whether they are adjectives or not. There are eight words to sort.
The second section of the worksheet features four Thanksgiving-related images. Children are asked to write three adjectives to describe each one.
Finally, children will draw a picture of something they love about Thanksgiving. Then, they’ll complete two sentences describing something they like and something they don’t like about the holiday.
Thanksgiving Unit Study for Homeschoolers
As any homeschooler knows, Thanksgiving is the perfect time to learn about all aspects of the holiday – from its history and origins to the meaning of the various traditions.
And what better way to deepen your child’s understanding than to incorporate a Thanksgiving unit study into your homeschooling curriculum?
There are a variety of ways to do this, but one of the most effective is to use hands-on activities and lessons that are both fun and educational.
By incorporating a variety of learning activities, you can be sure that your child will come away from the unit study with a well-rounded understanding of the holiday.
Thanksgiving Books for Kids
When it comes to finding Thanksgiving books for kids, there are many different options to choose from. You can find books that focus on the history of Thanksgiving, those that highlight traditional foods and recipes, or even those that teach children about the importance of giving thanks.
No matter what type of book you are looking for, there are sure to be plenty of great options available. To help you get started, here are five Thanksgiving books for kids that are sure to be a hit with your kids.
The first book on our list is The Story of the Pilgrims by Katharine Ross. From the dangerous voyage across the Atlantic to the first harsh winter to the delicious Thanksgiving feast, all the excitement and wonder of the Pilgrims’ first year in America is captured in this vivid retelling for the youngest historians.
Next on our list is Turkey Trouble by Wendi Silvano. In this hilarious tale, a turkey tries to disguise himself as different animals in order to avoid becoming Thanksgiving dinner. With its fun illustrations and rhyming text, this book is sure to delight young readers.
If you are looking for a more traditional Thanksgiving story, The First Thanksgiving by Linda Hayward is a great option. This book tells the story of the first Thanksgiving from the perspective of both the Pilgrims and the Wampanoag Native Americans. Children will learn about the different customs and traditions of both groups and how they came together to celebrate their harvest.
For a non-fiction option, Giving Thanks: The 1621 Harvest Feast by Kate Waters is a great choice. This book provides a detailed account of the food that was served at the first Thanksgiving feast. Through recipes and photos, children will be able to see what a typical meal would have looked like during that time period.
Finally, Thank You, Sarah: The Woman Who Saved Thanksgiving by Laurie Halse Anderson is a touching story about Sarah Hale, who campaigned for Thanksgiving to become a national holiday. This book explores Sarah’s life and her efforts to make Thanksgiving a day for everyone to enjoy.
Whether you are looking for a historical fiction or non-fiction book, there is sure to be a Thanksgiving book for kids that is perfect for your family.
More Thanksgiving Worksheets for Elementary Ages
If you’re looking for even more activities to add to your November homeschool lessons, check out the Thanksgiving worksheets featured below:
- All About Thanksgiving Lapbook
- Thanksgiving Turkey Worksheets
- Thanksgiving Activity Worksheets from Living Life and Learning
- Thanksgiving Printable Activity Set from 3 Boys and a Dog
- Thanksgiving Math for Grades 3 and 4 from 3 Boys and a Dog
MORE THANKSGIVING FUN
• These funny turkey tees are perfect for the whole family!
• Add pilgrim and turkey peg dolls to your small world play area this holiday season.
• A paper Thanksgiving-themed table cover to color is perfect for the kids table!