Gobble Gobble! It’s Thanksgiving Turkey scarf and movement activity time. And I’m sharing some easy to use activities to help you get through these “turkey trouble times!”
TURKEY SCARF ACTIVITIES VIDEO
TURKEY SCARF ACTIVITIES ARE PERFECT FOR NOVEMBER
It’s Thanksgiving Turkey scarf activity time. This TURKEY scarf activity video and presentation will keep your students busy moving during November Thanksgiving holiday excitement!
Students can stand in their own space and use their scarves to follow the “Turkey’s” while exercising gross and fine motor muscles.
Use the video in your virtual classrooms for November and Thanksgiving movement activities.
It’s perfect for PreK-3 students.
VIDEO INCLUDES MUSIC (The music tracks are available separately).
• 12 TURKEY ACTION Scarf Directional Cards/Presentation
( Play your own music and students move their scarves like the shapes.)
• Scarf Rules
• Hand Directions
• Teaching Directions
WHY USE SCARF ACTIVITIES?
- Scarf activities are perfect for the P.E., Music, Special Education, Preschool, Kindergarten and First Grade Teachers. Scarf movement activities increase Reading skills because they help students with tracking, concept identification, visualization, and sequencing.
- Movement is a powerful learning tool, particularly for students who are bodily-kinesthetically inclined.
- Perfect for exercising and developing gross motor skills.
WHEN TO USE SCARF ACTIVITIES
- Brain Breaks
- Music Class activities
- P.E. Classes
- Reward Days
- Rainy Days
- Homeschool activities
- Preschool activities
And if you’re looking for an activity for your Thanksgiving family gathering, believe me that all the kids will love playing with scarves together.
Children love to wave scarves around. Use a towel, bandana, scarf, tissue wrapping paper, washcloth- even a tissue in this activity. You will love having the rules and directions as well as the specific movements for optimal gross motor action!
Movement activities encourage brain connections and help children in so many ways!
MORE WAYS TO KEEP THOSE TURKEYS MOVING!
Thanksgiving Activity Song: “The Turkey Lurkey”
Get your students moving and grooving with “The Turkey Lurkey” sung to the tune of The Hokey Pokey! K-6 Fun.
Most importantly, I’ve found having a movement activity for every class time really helps my children stay more focused during the lesson time.
I’m hoping these movement activity ideas help you during your November activities.
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