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The Best Thanksgiving Books, K-2
This list was compiled from many educators who shared their favorites last year with us. There is a good range of books suitable for kindergarten through fifth grade. Help students understand what life was like during the first Thanksgiving. It involves kids going on a field trip to a turkey farm. Children can relate to the simple message. There you have a great list of Thanksgiving books for kids.
From historical details to the spirit of gratitude and togetherness, these 10 titles cover all aspects of the holiday. PreK—K , 1—2 , 3—5 , 6—8. Pilgrims' First Thanksgiving by Ann McGovern Grades PreK—1 Full-color illustrations bring to life this historically accurate account of how the children of Plymouth Colony helped contribute to the first Thanksgiving celebration. In this adventure, Clifford experiences an unusual Thanksgiving journey, ending with an appreciation of overcoming difficulties, celebrating tradition, and spending time with family. Molly's Pilgrim by Barbara Cohen Grades K—3 Molly nears her first Thanksgiving in America and her classmates giggle at her Yiddish accent and make fun of her unfamiliar ways. Now her mother embarrasses her with a doll that looks more Russian than Pilgrim. Will Molly discover something to be thankful for?
Non-fiction Thanksgiving Books for Kids
SECOND GRADE HOLDOUT - 2nd Grade Books for Kids Read Aloud - Back to School!
It can be hard to decide how to approach Thanksgiving in your classroom. There are the glaring misconceptions that still prevail about the first Thanksgiving and current associations that range from a day of mourning to football and parades. Well, you can start by sharing some of our favorite Thanksgiving books for kids:. Simple and sweet, the narrator thanks nature for all it provides. This ode to the many people, things and experiences for which a young boy is grateful is a perfect way to kick off conversations about gratitude.