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Thanksgiving Printable Pack ~ Free Printables!!

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When I saw these cute clip art packs Stockberry Studio, it was just begging to be made into a printable pack! We’ll be working on it in a few weeks, but figured you all might be want to get printing before it was too late!

Here’s a peek inside the new Thanksgiving Printable Pack!

Thanksgiving Printables Collage

The Thanksgiving Unit Printables include two separate downloads, one geared toward younger Preschoolers and another for Kindergarten. You’ll find word and letter tracer sheets, early writing strips, find the different object, and beginning sound cards along with a few other fun pieces ~ the Clip & Learn Wheel, syllable counting, label the turkey and more.


Find more helpful {and free} Early Learning Printables on my website.

Don’t Miss These Either!

~ Thanksgiving word cards for the Read! Build! Write! vocabulary mats

~ Thanksgiving Number Sort cards

~ Thanksgiving Preschool Pack from 1+1+1=1

~ Paper strip pumpkin craft

~ pumpkin spice playdough


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  1. Thank you so much these are awesome! I always appreciate your hard work and giving spirit!!

  2. Wow, love them!!!  Thank you so much for sharing with our kids. 

  3. Samantha Packer says

    I love your printables! 2 of my sons are 4 and 5 and these are perfect to do with both of them!! I love that we can do the same theme together! I already have this pack printed and ready to go!(I saw it go up on Pintrest Yesterday!) LOVE it and all you do! Thank you for sharing your talents with our family! For free!!

  4. Jillmartin78 says

    Your printables have the perfect activities for my son.  Thank you SO much!

  5. Wow these are great….THANK YOU!

  6. Voncelieet says

    Hi! My son is in preschool and they have a bilingual program, in Language they talk in Spanish and in Math they teach them in English. Is it too much to ask for the language parts to be in Spanish? Or can you tell me how can I make that myself?

    • There have been times that I have translated a pack into Spanish for others to use…but have had the help in translation. :)

    • Voncelieet says

      Well! I can help out with the translations, but I just noticed that some of the words are too long in Spanish for a preschooler… hehehe. But, Thanks Anyway! I’ll use the rest of the package without the writing ones… Its gonna be a busy week, with him out of school.. hehehe

  7. These are so wonderful!  I wanted to ask about the Read, Build, Write cards.  When I click on each separate link, they both bring up the same word cards.  Are there supposed to be two different sets?  Thank you for the great resources.  I am so excited!

  8. Cute!! Nice Job Jolanthe! Thanks for sharing :-)

  9. Oh that cute clip art; it gets ya every time! :) 

  10. LouanneMason says

    Oh so excited! Thanks so much!

  11. These are fantastic. Thanks so much for making these available!

  12. mommyminded.blogspot.com
    Thank you so much! I am following you now!

  13. Julie Campbell says

    Thank you SO much for sharing this. We sure will enjoy it!

  14. These are fantastic! Thanks so much for taking the time to put them together and share them with us. :)

  15. Your Thanksgiving Packs are amazing – as usual – Jolanthe! I featured your Thanksgiving Kindergarten printables in my Montessori-Inspired Thanksgiving Math Activities post at PreK + K Sharing today: http://prekandksharing.blogspot.com/2012/11/montessori-inspiredo-thanksgiving-math-activities.html

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