Are you having a big family gathering this Thanksgiving? Why not print out our new Thanksgiving printable bingo game and get all the family involved? We've included a calling card and 15 bingo cards, so there should be plenty for all.
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A weather topic is great all year round, particularly in Britain because we talk about it so much! Have a look at our planning for early years children.
Here's a quick and simple paper turkey craft idea, with three variations so that you can adapt it to suit the ages of your children.
Just for fun, we thought we would combine pumpkins - perfect for the autumn season or Thanksgiving - into a collection of shape colouring pages, posters and worksheets!
Our tracing pages are a popular activity as they provide a way of practising pencil control, working on fine motor skills, and colouring in too. Younger children can use a crayon to draw between the lines.
Do you know what the collective noun for turkeys is? Can you describe the differences and similarities between turkeys and chickens? How about gathering some interesting facts about hen turkeys and tom turkeys?
It can be a bit tricky to learn about Remembrance Day with very young children as they struggle to understand the concept and it can be an emotive subject.
Have you ever made a lapbook with the kids? They are a fun project which really encourage the children to learn and get involved, and they can be very proud of the finished lapbook!
I've always been scared of jellyfish, having seen far too many of them swimming in the sea when I was growing up in the Far East!
I think it feels a bit colder today but I'm determined not to put my heating on yet. Instead, I've made some more code breaker jokes - this time with a winter theme. Hopefully laughing will keep me warm!
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If you are learning about DÍa de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, with younger children, we've got lots of activities here that they will enjoy.