Thanksgiving is nearly here! Your students can work on color words in a festive way with a seasonal color-by-number page. My kinders learned how to read and spell color words a few weeks ago, but we still review these words each day. With Thanksgiving just around the corner, I created a cute Color By Number Turkey Page as extra practice for learning these oh-so-important words.
I love the idea of color by number pages, but I’m not so crazy about the idea of how LONG it takes to color an entire piece of paper. I’m also trying to keep a “green” awareness in my classroom and conserve paper use. This page was created with those classroom issues in mind.
Instead of the “traditional” coloring sheet that consumes a full sheet of paper (and an hour for for some students to color), this 8.5×11″ page separates to create 2 half-size coloring sheets. The words and pictures are still appropriately large for young students.
More Turkey Fun
If you are searching for additional resources to bring some Thanksgiving fun into your classroom, check out my seasonal Interactive Sight Word Readers. In “Here is the Feast” students cut out, unscramble, and glue letters to spell “here” on each page of the book.
Purchase “Here is the Feast” on Teachers Pay Teachers.
With over 100 Interactive Sight Word Readers in my store, there is certain to be a reader that can meet each of your instructional or thematic needs. The best part? Each book sells for only $1. Visit my TpT store to start shopping!