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Thanksgiving ELA Worksheets and Learning Games

By: Quail Trail Products

Your upper elementary learners will have a blast as they gobble gobble their way through these ELA worksheets and learning games. They’ll focus on grammar skills, particularly with parts of speech, all with a fun Thanksgiving turkey theme.

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Tom Turkey is ready to help your learners practice their grammar skills with these engaging worksheets and learning games. This product is packed full of fun activities for learners in grade 3, grade 4, or grade 5. The focus of the worksheets and activities is parts of speech. Learners will start out identifying words based on their specific part of speech. They can then participate in learning games to reinforce learned grammar skills. There is opportunity for learners to create their own word search, earn fictitious money for writing and proofreading sentences, and make their way through a board game while identifying parts of speech. Be forewarned . . . you’re going to have some silly learners on your hands as they “gobble gobble” their way to the finish line. Some pages are available in color and black & white. PLEASE NOTE: color and b&w versions are IDENTICAL. An answer key is also provided.

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PAGE 1: learners will read words found within Tom Turkey’s feathers. They will identify each word’s part of speech and use the color code to color the feathers. (nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, pronouns, plural nouns)

PAGE 2: learners will read words found within Tom Turkey’s feathers. They will identify each word’s part of speech and use the color code to color the feathers. (prepositions, conjunctions, collective nouns, reflexive nouns, proper nouns)

PAGE 3: learners will use the words found within Tom Turkey’s feathers to create a word search for a partner to complete.

PAGE 4: Instructional page for the worksheet “How Much is Your Sentence Worth?”

PAGE 5: learners will write sentences using words found within Tom Turkey’s feathers, paying special attention to grammar, punctuation, and dialogue. Learners will switch papers with a partner and then proofread the sentences. They will use the money code to assign a specific total to each sentence based on the criteria indicated on the worksheet.

PAGE 6: Instructional page for Grammar Turkey Trot board games

PAGE 7: Grammar Turkey Trot 1 board game. Learners make their way to the finish line by identifying words and their parts of speech (nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, pronouns, plural nouns)

PAGE 8: Grammar Turkey Trot 2 board game. Learners make their way to the finish line by identifying words and their parts of speech (prepositions, conjunctions, collective nouns, reflexive nouns, proper nouns)

PAGE 9: Gobble Gobble Cards for use with Grammar Turkey Trot board game.

PAGE 10: Point Tally Sheets for use with Grammar Turkey Trot board game.

PAGE 11: Grammar Assistance Page with definitions for nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs, pronouns, and plural nouns. For use with Grammar Turkey Trot board game.

PAGE 12: Grammar Assistance Page with definitions for prepositions, conjunctions, collective nouns, reflexive nouns, and proper nouns. For use with Grammar Turkey Trot board game.

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Quail Trail Products

I am an adoptive mom of 5 wonderful kiddos and I homeschooled 4 of them for several years. Prior to becoming a mom, I was a classroom aide in grades 1-3, a co-teacher in various pre-school classrooms (infants to age 3), and a lead teacher in Pre-K, as well as a before/after-school program leader. I have a bachelor's degree in Interdisciplinary Studies and graduate coursework in special education. It was during the years that I homeschooled my kids that I tried my hand at creating resources for them. We did so many "out of the box" activities and I struggled to find resources for them online. I began creating material that met their individual needs and tied into what they were learning. The rest, they say, is history.

Thanksgiving ELA Worksheets and Learning Games