Yesterday, I shared a Thanksgiving writing activity. Today, I want to share another writing activity with a special twist. This one is geared toward your elementary age students. It allows them to read books about Pilgrims and then create a Venn Diagram comparing a Pilgrim Boy to a Pilgrim Girl. Finally, when they complete their writing, they get to turn it into a pilgrim with some creative work.
Check out all the cool books and tricks, Cara, from the First Grade Parade Blog uses:
Previous 30 Days of Thanksgiving Activities for Kids:
- Make a Thankful List
- Write a Thank You Note
- Start a Family Bible Study
- Read Together
- Chalkboard Thanks
- Gratitude Journal
- Adopt A Soldier
- History of Thanksgiving Unit Study
- Give Thanks Copywork
- Candy Corn Centerpiece
- First Thanksgiving Unit Study
- Family Thanksgiving Worship Service
- Thanksgiving Writing Prompts
Question: What Pilgrim projects are your kid’s favorite? You can leave a comment by clicking here.
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