Thanksgiving is such a cozy time of year full of yummy food, beautiful colors, and extra reminders to give thanks. If you’d like to add a more festive feel to your homeschool in the weeks leading up to Thanksgiving, we’ve got some fun holiday activities for you.

You can download our entire Thanksgiving Activities packet here, or select the activities that suit your children from the list below.

Make Your Own Dinner Menu

In this writing exercise, you’ll use your 5 senses and your best adjectives to describe the items on your Thanksgiving menu.

Double an Apple Pie Recipe

Doubling this Thanksgiving recipe is the perfect way to practice multiplying whole numbers and fractions.

I’m Thankful For… From A to Z

Write something to give thanks for using each letter of the alphabet. This would be a great group activity to add to your Thanksgiving feast.

Draw a Turkey

Trace your hand and add color and detail to draw a Thanksgiving turkey.

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Kelly

Kelly was homeschooled by her mom growing up, and is now a student at Lasell University in Newton, MA. She lives in Lynn, MA, and is a follower of Jesus. She also loves watching baseball with her family and spending time with her autistic brother Jordan.