I like history!
I like food!
I like saying Thank-you!
and....I like playing dress-up.
I go a little crazy...I admit it, maybe a little too crazy. With the help of my students (and sometimes their parents) I cook a Thanksgiving Feast. Yup...turkey, carrot and celery sticks (I have seen a 5 year old peel a nice fat carrot down to one carrot stick, yum!...others are using a peeler for the first time), rolls (I use frozen rolls, but I bake them in a dutch oven...outside), homemade butter (made in a jar), ground cranberry/orange relish (I have an old-fashioned grinder), baked potatoes (wrapped in foil in the coals), apple juice and sometimes we get ambitious and make pumpkin pie with the pumpkins we played with at Halloween.
With all this fun there is great learning going on. I wanted to give my kinders chance for more practice with positional words. Turkeys seem like the perfect way to do just that. Follow this turkey around the farm...
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