Thanksgiving is this next week, and if you have little ones (or teach little ones), I have some projects to share with you! I’ve been searching for lots of activities to do with my preschoolers. I’ve compiled a list of my favorite preschool packs to share with you.
In case you are unfamiliar with preschool packs, they are a great invention by many creative moms and / or teachers with activities that relate to a specific theme. What I love about preschool packs is that they are age appropriate, ready to print (in clear pdf format), and teach good concepts with a fun theme. Plus, the kids and their teacher both like them!
2 Teaching Mommies has some great tot packs! If you’ve never used preschool packs, start here. They have several great ones to download. These are my favorites. The Thanksgiving one has lots of good activities. My preschoolers like the cutting and sequencing puzzle strips. They also have cute ones on Turkeys and Pumpkins. Well, they have dozens of cute sets but these are the ones for the season.
1+1+1=1 created a nice Thanksgiving Preschool Pack, too. My three-year-olds liked the size sorts, as well as the people / food sorts.
This Reading Mom shared a free Thanksgiving PreK Pack. I like the tracing turkey page with this set.
Confessions of a Homeschooler shared her Thanksgiving Preschool Pack. I like that there is a graphing activity with this one.
Homeschool Creations created two Thanksgiving printable sets – one for Preschool and one for Kindergarten. Pick the one that suits your child!
Our Little Monkeys has a 42-page Thanksgiving Pack for you to print. The measurement pages in this set are my favorites.
Have you used preschool packs before? Happy Thanksgiving to you and your little one!
I’m linking to Linky Love at Vanderbilt Wife.