Thanksgiving Language Arts

Here are some Langaugae Arts Resources/Curriculum for Thanksgiving.

Age Range: Varies grades K-12



Read All About Wild Turkeys


National Wild Turkey Federation (NWTF)


Read the information on this website that also has illustrations, photos, and sound clips to help you learn about wild turkeys. Discover:


•What a wild turkey looks like
•The difference between gobblers and hens
•What a wild turkey sounds like
•Wild turkey species and subspecies
•Fast facts about turkeys and predators


Once you’ve read all about turkeys test your knowledge by printing out and solving these puzzles…


Printable Turkey Crossword Puzzle
Printable Turkey Wordsearch Puzzle
Turkey Anagram Puzzle


Then, try these Thanksgiving-themed Language Arts worksheets:


*Find the complete sentence.
*Underline the verbs and nouns in each sentence.
*Practice spelling the plural form of Thanksgiving words by printing out Worksheet 1 and Worksheet 2

*Unscramble Thanksgiing-themed words. Prin out Worksheet 1 and Worksheet 2
*Write an acrostic poem using the word “Turkey.”


To write an acrostic poem, use one word (such as “turkey”) as the subject of your poem. Write the word vertically on a sheet of paper. Use each letter of the word as the beginning letter for a word in each line of the poem. Each line of the poem must connect to the subject of the poem

This is a courtesy post for Click Schooling

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4 Comments»

  Tools-for-english wrote @

Thanks for sharing this with us. I've quiet enjoyed the experience of reading your blog so far. Maybe some cliff notes at the bottom would be a useful addition to summarize the lessons…regardless i will be checking back here so keep up the delightful work,your readers appreciate it…tools for english

  Renee wrote @

I cant get e-mail to send to you for some reason…http://glowacademy10.blogspot.com/2011/11/thank-you.html

  homeschool101 wrote @

Thanks Renee! 🙂

  homeschool101 wrote @

TFE: Thank you for stopping by and leaving your comment. I will try to keep up with the cliff notes. I did want to mention in some of downloads there are instructions as well for the dl. 🙂 Thanks for the tip! Blessings!


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