Thanksgiving Lapbooking Idea: Learning about Turkeys!

This INTERACTIVE downloadable LAPBOOKING unit will have students learning all about Turkeys!
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Just a some of the fun things students will learn about while completing their lapbooks:

  • What wild turkeys actually look like and the ‘funny’ names of the different parts of their body
  • Turkey behavior
  • Turkey habitat
  • What male and female turkeys are called

They will answer questions like:

  • Where do they sleep?
  • What animals are among the turkey’s biggest enemies?
  • How many eggs does a turkey lay at one time?
  • Do turkeys fly?

PLUS – Students will be given ‘turkey’ related vocabulary to learn as well. Words include: omnivore, flock, noble, fowl, domestic, forage, ruffled, gobble, gobblers, toms, hens, iridescent, camouflage, caruncles, snoods, spurs, wattle, beard.

There are TWO ways you can get this lapbooking project.  If you are a CHSH-Teach Download Club subscriber, you can download it here.

If you are not a Download Club subscriber, you may purchase it here.

Want to see other Thanksgiving related units available on CHSH-Teach?
See all Thanksgiving Resources!

About CHSH & Creations by L Ackert

Creations by LAckert / CHSH-Teach was founded by Lynda Ackert, a veteran educator of 20+ years. Finding quality teaching materials can be expensive and that’s why Lynda started the CHSH-Teach DOWNLOAD CLUB. The Download Club offers over 50,000 downloadable pages of educational material and subscribing members have access all downloads. Annual & Lifetime subscriptions are available. Learn more @ CHSH-Teach.com
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