These adorable, free printable alphabet turkeys are such a fun way for preschool, pre k, kindergarten, and first grade students to work on beginning sounds in November! Download the pdf file with the Thanksgiving Alphabet printable and have children practice phonics as they use phonemic awareness to put the correct feather with the turkey body that has the same letter sound.
We love hands on, educational activities that make learning fun! These super cute Thanksgiving Alphabet are such a fun way for preschoolers, kindergartners, and grade 1 students to work on listening for beginning sounds as they build a turkey with printable turkey feathers that have the same phonemic sound. This is such a wonderful phonics activity for November that helps children being learning their letters A-Z and the sounds they make.
Whether you are a parent, teacher, or homeschooler – you will love these colorful, silly turkeys to make learning fun for children in the fall! This is logs of fun for extra practice, improving the ability to sound out words, turkey theme or thanksgiving theme activity for your classroom, literacy activity, or supplement to your phonics curriculum for homeschool families.
This adorable activity is perfect for teaching prek and kindergarten age kids the beginning sounds of all alphabet letters from A to Z. Simply print pages in in color on cardstock and laminate for durability. Each turkey body and the corresponding five feathers are on the same page so you can do just one turkey, several turkeys, or all turkeys at a time. perfect for adding this to a letter of the week unit in the fall.
Turkey Alphabet Activity
Now cut out the turkey body and the corresponding five turkeys. Again, you can do this turkey alphabet craft one at a time or together to make it more challenging. Each pages has a list of what the items on the turkey are in case you are unsure what the picture is.
Students will say the name of the picture out loud and listen for the beginning sound. In the above example, the yellow feather shows a vacuum. Students will say vacuum and listen for the “v” sound. Then they will tape, glue, or simply set the feather behind the letter v turkey to make a completed Thanksgiving turkey.
Each turkey shows the featured letter on the body (which can be traced for added picture) and five turkey feathers each featuring the beginning sound on body. There will be a yellow, orange, green, red, and blue turkey for each feather. There are 26 turkeys in all, one for each letter from A to Z.
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