Welcome to my Fall and Thanksgiving bulletin board displays page.
This page contains teaching resources that will help you to decorate your classroom and create an engaging learning environment for your students during the month of November.
On this page you will find a November calendar set, turkey and cornucopia sticker charts, and a variety of Thanksgiving puzzles for your students to solve.
I hope that these autumn classroom and bulletin board displays will help you to create a colorful fall harvest environment inside your classroom during the month of November.
The first thing that teachers do each month
is change their classroom calendars.
Above is an example of my printable monthly calendar for November. I have designed the calendar templates in this holiday calendar to fit inside the monthly calendar pocket charts that many teachers use.
The large November calendar title is a 2 page banner template that is glued together and cut out.
This printable calendar set for November includes large calendar templates for the 7 days of the week: Monday (shown above), Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday.
This printable calendar set for November includes smaller calendar pieces for the 7 days of the week that will fit inside your calendar pocket chart.
The square calendar number dates (1-31) also fit inside pocket charts. There are square birthday calendar templates for you to print and write your students' names and birthdays on. This set includes a printable blank calendar piece for you to use for a variety of different purposes.
There are 11 printable calendar pages in this November teaching resources calendar set.
Encourage your students to work towards achieving a goal that you set for them this November by using these fun Thanksgiving turkey sticker charts.
This Gobble Up Good Work turkey sticker chart set includes a 5 page bulletin board display banner, a color turkey template, and a black and white turkey template. Cut out your students' sticker chart templates along the thick black border and you will have unique turkey shaped sticker charts to record your students' progress towards reaching a goal that you set for them this November.
These Thanksgiving sticker charts can be used for a variety of different purposes during the month of November: homework, reading, math, spelling, or good citizenship.
There are 15 sticker chart spaces on the turkey's body. This set of Thanksgiving bulletin board displays includes:
Encourage your students to work towards achieving a goal that you set for them this autumn by using these colorful cornucopia sticker charts.
Cut out your students' Fall Into Good Habits cornucopia sticker chart templates along the thick black border and you will have unique autumn sticker charts to record your students' progress towards reaching a goal that you set for them this fall.
These autumn sticker charts can be used for a variety of different purposes during the month of November: homework, reading, math, spelling, or good citizenship.
There are 10 sticker chart spaces inside the cornucopia. This set of Thanksgiving bulletin board displays includes:
This Thanksgiving Wordsearch Puzzle includes 20 Thanksgiving terms for students to find. Students use the left over letters to solve the riddle at the bottom: "Why didn't the turkey eat dessert? He was stuffed." An answer key is provided.
This Thanksgiving Mixed-Up Letters Puzzle includes 15 Thanksgiving words that have been mixed up. Students use the letter boxes to solve the riddle at the bottom: "Why did they let the turkey join the band? He had the drumsticks." An answer key is provided.
This Thanksgiving Riddle Puzzle has a secret letter code that students have to solve. Students use the letters of the alphabet to solve the riddle at the bottom: "What kind of music did the Pilgrims listen to? They listened to Plymouth Rock." An answer key is provided.
This Thanksgiving Crossword Puzzle includes 17 Thanksgiving clues. An answer key is provided.
For this Thanksgiving Maze, students have to help the Pilgrims find the Mayflower. An answer key is provided.
Thank you for visiting my Thanksgiving bulletin board displays page.
Please be sure to check out the other pages on Unique
Teaching Resources for a large variety of fun lesson plan activities
that will engage your students in learning and save you valuable time.
Sincerely, Heidi McDonald
Creator and Site Manager
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