Cranberry Thanksgiving Printables!

book imageWe are currently rowing Cranberry Thanksgiving by Wende and Harry Devlin.  We’re having fun learning about cranberries, pumpkins, and the first Thanksgiving.  Here’s a sneak peak at our latest sensory bin!

IMG_6677We’ve created several new printables and FREEbies to share with you!

Bible Verse Printable Pack:

Our Cranberry Thanksgiving Bible Verse Printable Pack includes a poster, tracer page, cursive tracer page, copywork page, lapbook insert and verse puzzle with control card.  You can purchase this pack for just $1.00 at our TPT store.

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Cranberry Science:

We have several new science printables in time for the holiday season.  This year we’re focusing on our favorite fall berry, the cranberry.

Growing Cranberries

Our Growing Cranberries pack includes a SNACKtivity as well as a short teaching lesson on growing cranberries in the bog.

The main focus of this science pack is the layered soil of the cranberry bog.  Teachers read a short text on the various layers of soil and students follow along as they build their own edible bog with 4 fun ingredients (ingredients can be varied).

Screen Shot 2017-11-11 at 12.46.28 PMOnce the lesson is complete, students can work independently on their cut & paste worksheet to reinforce this fun science lesson.

Cranberry Fruit Science Pack

Our Cranberry Fruit Science Printable Pack includes Parts of the Cranberry 3-part cards, a set of definition cards, a label the cranberry worksheet, a lapbook insert/booklet.  You can purchase this pack for just $1.50 at our TPT store.

Screen Shot 2017-11-10 at 3.35.29 PMThe Label the Cranberry worksheet is a temporary FREEbie for Thanksgiving!  Click here to download your free copy!

The Parts of the Cranberry 3-part cards (nomenclature cards), definition cards, and booklet are great to use together or alone.

Create a Cranberry Exploration Science Center with fresh berries and plastic knives.  Students can dissect the fruit themselves!

After dissecting their berries, they can color in their lapbook insert or cranberry worksheet!  By the end of this unit, your students will learn that cranberries are more than just a yummy jelly that comes from a can!

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