I absolutely love Halloween decorations, but as soon as November 1st hit, I switched into Turkey mode.
I gave the students paper plates and had them color the plates brown.
Then I passed out a turkey body that I had already labeled with numbers to each student as well as six turkey feathers cut from construction paper.
The students had to write a different way to get to their number onto each feather. I guided them into two addition, two subtraction, using money, and tally marks. You could give them other options as well.
I stapled their feathers onto their plates.
So, now our hallway is ready for November!
I created these sheets to give my students some additional practice as well.
You can download this FREEBIE by clicking on the picture below.
LOVE this! Thanks for sharing! 🙂
Live, Laugh, I love Kindergarten
LOVE it!! Thanks so much for sharing! 🙂
I love these! I teach 2nd grade but I definitely think that my kiddos could do them too! We have conferences coming up…we are totally doing these to hang up in the hallway for the parents to see!
Mrs. Olson’s Lucky Little Learners
Thanks for sharing! Now my hall will be cute, too! You are awesome!
LOVE! Thanks for sharing!
Thank you, Jodi! I absolutely love this. What a fun way to demonstrate and practice number sense. 🙂
Thanks so much!!!
Super cute Freebie!! Thanks so much for sharing. Having so much looking around your blog and TPT shop and finding so many wonderful resources and ideas.