Third Grade Thanksgiving Activities

Third grade Thanksgiving activities help your child understand the lives of the Pilgrims and Native Americans. These third grade Thanksgiving activities include games, crafts, and recipes that are drawn from actual practices of 17th century settlers and Native Americans. Encourage your child to relive history this November by playing Pilgrim games, crafting corn husk dolls, and making a pumpkin pie from an old recipe. Try these third grade Thanksgiving activities with your child, and have a Happy Thanksgiving!

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Pilgrim games are fun for the whole family before and after Thanksgiving dinner. These Pilgrim games take your family outdoors on for fun, traditional games.
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Ride the Pilgrims' Mayflower with this math-inspired game for Thanksgiving. Learn about the Pilgrims' Mayflower while building problem-solving and math skills.
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Gourd painting is a fun fall activity that makes for perfect Thanksgiving decorations. Try gourd painting with your child for some seasonal fun this autumn.
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With this activity, your third grader will get experience with informational writing, and your Thanksgiving guests will leave with a keepsake to cherish!
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Make corn husk dolls similar to the ones Pilgrims made in the 17th century. Corn Husk Dolls are fun to make and play with, especially on Thanksgiving.
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Time is an abstract concept that's difficult to grasp. But waiting for the turkey to come out of the oven on Thanksgiving is a concretely yummy experience.
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Show your child how to make an adorable Pilgrim bonnet or hat. This is a great arts and crafts activity to do with your child this Thanksgiving.
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Take a stab at 18th century American cooking with your kids by following this tasty recipe from the first colonial cookbook.
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Have some fun--and learn some history while you're at it--with these words and phrases used by our Pilgrim ancestors in the 1620's.

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