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Super Simple Thanksgiving Activities: Fun and Easy Holiday Projects for Kids

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Get ready to give thanks and make crafts! Kids will learn all about Thanksgiving and its traditions with Super Simple Thanksgiving Activities. Then, explore ways they can celebrate the Thanksgiving season by making a gratitude wreath, a plump pumpkin centerpiece, and more. Colorful photos and step-by-step instructions make each project super easy and super fun. Aligned to Common Core Standards and correlated to state standards. Super Sandcastle is an imprint of Abdo Publishing, a division of ABDO.

Interest Level Kindergarten - Grade 4
Reading Level Grade 2
BISACS JNF026060, JNF015000
Genre Nonfiction
Subject Arts, Crafts & Makerspace, Social Studies
Copyright 2018
Division Abdo Publishing
Imprint Super Sandcastle
Language English
Number of Pages 32
Season 2017-12-15
ISBN 9781532112478, 9781614799894
Title Format Reinforced Library Bound Hardcovers, Anywhere eBooks
Dewey 745.5941649
Graphics Full-color photographs
Dimensions 9.5 x 7.75
Lexile 550 IG
Guided Reading Level N
Features Glossary of key words, Note to parents and educators, Reviewed, and Table of contents
 

Super Simple Holidays – School Library Journal, Series Made Simple

The projects in each of these crafting guides combine skills young people already possess (cutting, gluing) and talents requiring a bit more precision (measuring, tracing). The necessary materials in each title are mostly common classroom items: construction paper, tape, yarn, glue—and a few special supplies such as air-dry clay or a battery-powered candle. Most of the end results are decorative (wreaths, garlands, ornaments, and mobiles), but kids will also find a number of games, costume items, cards, and edible crafts. Many can be adapted to fit other themes: the patriotic wreath craft in Presidents’ Day would work any time of year, as could the “star-spangled wind sock.” Thomas Jefferson’s wig, made of cotton balls glued to a paper bag, is sure to elicit laughs. Occasional photos of real kids in action add credence to the achievability of these endeavors. This series contains a bevy of workhorse activities and is an excellent addition to maker spaces.