Every year I love teaching my students about Thanksgiving. I teach them songs and funny poems all month. We talk about traditions from the past that are still here in the present. Students perform for their families on stage or in the front of the classroom. We invite the parents to bring food in after the performance and share our classwork with them during the feast. After having many teachers ask me to share my play, I decided to write it out step by step to help them learn the program without having to have me right there beside them. I wrote every detail! It has sign language, poems, posters, programs, editable invitations, headbands for pilgrims, Native Americans, turkeys and so much more! It includes music by Jack Hartmann with his special permission. Check it out if you want your class to shine this holiday season!
You all I’m so excited to share this awesome chance for you to win an APPLE TV, $100 TO STARBUCKS OR $100 TO TEACHERS PAY TEACHERS! Not only can enter to win these fantastic fun prizes, you can type #BasketBargains on Teachers Pay Teachers to find some incredible discounted teacher resources from fantastic teacher authors who teamed up together to bring you this giveaway! Contest ends Wednesday. Enter the Raffle here:
Check out my fall products you can save BIG ON NOW!
Do you want your students to SHINE this year? Children are so adorable when they are performing for others! This is a school play I’ve used with my whole grade level on our school’s stage. You can modify it to just your classroom. Whatever fits your needs. Jack Hartmann, one of my favorite musicians in education, has three songs in this play that your students can sing along to while making those parents snap photos! You can find his music HERE. If you are lucky to live in Florida, he will come to your school to perform. He is magical with students! There are 70 pages loaded with easy to follow step-by-step directions. You will also find signs for the students to hold, headbands, editable invitations, editable programs, poems, sign language and tips. It is nice to have parents stay after to eat lunch with their child. This way you can get them in to see the student’s classwork. It is loaded with suggestions to help you be successful. I hope your parents enjoy it as much as mine do!
If you like this one, I also have an ocean themed play I like to use at the end of the school year.