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7 Tips for Thanksgiving Lesson Plans

By Christy Crawford on November 7, 2013
  • Grades: PreK–K, 1–2, 3–5, 6–8

Searching for great Thanksgiving lesson plans? Take a look at seven quick tips for historically accurate, fun and respectful lessons for November. Pass the short video on to busy educators looking for helpful ideas for the holiday. See what discussions it may spark about American traditions and teaching.









To grab links and resources mentioned in the video, check out these posts and articles:

* Thanksgiving Plans

* Valuing Your History

*Getting Ready for a Virtual Field Trip

*Time Travel Made Easy

*A Feast of Thanksgiving Ideas and Crafts

*Celebrate Thanksgiving Write For a Cause!


Happy Thanksgiving, educators!

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