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Harvest Celebration

Thankful for the Harvest-Talk about how much farmers help us by growing food for us to eat. Let the kids
cut pictures out of their favorite fruits and vegetables and make a collage.
2. Helping Others: This is also a good opportunity to show children how they can help others by collecting
food for a food pantry. Explain to the children that not everyone has enough food to share, so they can help
by bringing canned foods and other non-perishables.

Thanksgiving Lesson Plan

Gobble, gobble! Get ready to break out the cranberry sauce and put the stuffing in the oven with our Thanksgiving related lesson plans and activities

BIG Pumpkins!

Students will

* read a chart about ten of the biggest pumpkins in the world.
* determine what math operation needs to be used to solve word problems based on the chart.

Oodles of Pumpkins

How did jack-o’-lanterns become Halloween symbols? Use Crayola┬« Erasable Colored Pencils to “carve out” a contemporary version of these traditional orange delights.

Harvest Prints

Sliced fruits and vegetables make unusual stamps. Let students use produce to make realistic prints. After the prints dry, children will revisit the concept that fruits contain seeds.

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