These fun Thanksgiving Worksheets for Kindergarten are a great way to practice sequencing and ordering events with your kids this November. Grab your free printable Thanksgiving kindergarten worksheets today!
Cooking a turkey for Thanksgiving is a longstanding tradition in many American homes. Each year, families pass down recipes and teach younger generations how to prepare the perfect bird for Thanksgiving dinner. This Thanksgiving, you can begin to introduce your kids to this American cooking tradition with these sequencing Thanksgiving Worksheets for Kindergarten.
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These “How to Cook A Turkey” printable worksheets are a fun way to help your kindergartners build important early learning skills while having fun this November.
Want to learn more about teaching sequencing to kindergartners? Keep reading for more great learning ideas and Thanksgiving worksheets for kindergarten.
Sequencing Is Important
Sequencing is an important early learning skill for kindergartners. It’s important that kids learn to break events and tasks down and put them in order from first to last.
Sequencing events helps us to talk about the past and tell stories in a logical way. Understanding sequencing will help your kindergartners build reading comprehension skills.
It’s also important to be able to order events correctly in order to perform certain multi-step tasks that require us to follow instructions in a specific order. So, sequencing is an important skill your kindergartners will use for their entire lives.
Use these easy Thanksgiving worksheets for kindergarten to help your kids practice these important skills while having fun at home or in the classroom this November.
How To Teach Sequencing
When you begin teaching your kindergartners how to order events, begin by teaching them to notice the first and last steps or events. This Thanksgiving worksheet for kindergartners will help you focus on this important sequencing skill because each box is labeled with ordinal numbers to make it easier for your kindergartners to arrange the pictures in the proper order.
You can help your kindergartners begin to understand this sequencing task by talking about what happened first and what happened last. Tell your kindergarteners a story about how to cook a turkey using this adorable Thanksgiving sequencing printable. Then, have them tell the story back to you as they order the images in this Thanksgiving worksheet.
The first thing you need to do is help the child understand when we sequence events one thing needs to come first and another comes last. We start then by just sequencing two steps together.
You can use the pictures from my free downloadable activity above or make your own pictures. You’ll need two pictures that represent before and after. This could be things like someone holding an object and then it falling or someone standing and then having fallen on the ground.
More Thanksgiving Worksheets for Kindergarten
Want more Thanksgiving early learning practice to use at home or in your kindergarten classroom? Check out these other themed printable worksheets available for Thanksgiving learning fun:
How are you helping your kindergarteners learn sequencing skills this November? I love reading about your learning journey in the comments, so don’t forget to share your own learning adventures in the comments.
Then, download these Thanksgiving worksheets for kindergarten for some extra learning practice at home or in the classroom.
Thanksgiving Worksheets for Kindergarten
You can use the black and white sequencing printables for small group learning or even as extra practice. Print it out and give it to your little kids.
Not only will they be reviewing story sequencing with a fun Thanksgiving activity, but they’ll also be working on lots of important fine motor skills in the process.
The printable sequencing mats are another great way to expand on what you’re learning. Print the sequencing mat and then cut out each of the pieces.
Laminate the mat as well as the picture cards and add hook and loop fasteners to make a quick and easy, reusable kindergarten literacy center activity that little learners will be excited to use over and over again.
Keep in mind that all preschoolers do things in their own time and on their own terms. What one is ready for, another might not be. Please use your best mama judgement when planning activities for your little kids.
I hope you enjoy using these free printable Thanksgiving worksheets with your little kids as much as I enjoyed creating them with mine.
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