Why Do We Give Thanks? Teach, Using This Thanksgiving Lesson Plan

Thanksgiving lesson plan

It is soon time to give thanks! But before bringing the turkey out, teach your students more about the Thanksgiving holiday.

Thanksgiving is an American holiday that is celebrated on the fourth Thursday of each November. Its rich history and traditions can be explored through the Thanksgiving Lesson Plan below.

As a teacher, you can use the lessons in the classroom to enhance your curriculum for the Thanksgiving holiday. The lessons below are ready-made but can be edited to fit your own teaching style or curriculum requirements.

Students watch videos related to Thanksgiving history and customs after which they solve interactive game-based lessons - the instruction is fun and engaging! The information retained helps students write or speak about Thanksgiving knowledgeably.

Thanksgiving Vocabulary Cards

Thanksgiving Vocabulary Guess

Thanksgiving Vocabulary Scramble

The first Thanksgiving

YTLL | The original Thanksgiving meal | Groups

Thanksgiving vocabulary | Scramble

Thanksgiving | Talk like a pilgrim! | Match

Thanksgiving timeline

Thanksgiving Quiz

How do I get the lessons?

The lessons can be downloaded for FREE, from the MultiTeach® Lessons Community. Click the lesson title and then you can download the lesson to your computer.

You can also find these lessons on Lessons Online, by typing their title, or keywords such as “Thanksgiving”, in the search field.

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How can I use the lessons?

If you’ve downloaded the lessons to your computer, you can use them in Snowflake MultiTeach, on your classroom’s large touchscreen display.

Open the Lessons app and import the lesson you want to use.

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When you have access to the lessons in Lessons Online, you and your students can use them on any device, such as a touchscreen, laptop, tablet or smartphone with an internet connection. Simply press play to begin.

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