Can you believe it is almost turkey time? I always love spending a week teaching turkeys to my students. It is a great way to mix holidays and science together. One way I do this is by reading turkey books throughout the week. This helps students get excited about what they are learning about and even more interested in the material. Here are my 12 favorite turkey books. Are you looking for more turkey ideas, activities, and printables to do at home or in the classroom? If so click here.
Learn to count backwards with this delightfully silly rhyming book.
Turkey fears he will be the centerpiece of the meal, so he looks for a disguise…
Join a turkey on a quest for a hiding place before Thanksgiving.
Turkeys in Squawk Valley are smart, so the townspeople have to lure them in with a clever plan…
The old lady is up to her old tricks again!
Join a large turkey with a big problem: five Thanksgiving dinners!
Me and Mrs Moose can’t find their Turkey – he’s hiding because he doesn’t know he’s actually a guest!
Turkey enlists Santa to help him so he won’t get eaten for Christmas.
Learn about gratitude as ten turkeys prepare for a celebration.
A fun and silly counting book full of silly turkeys doing equally silly things.
Follow along with this fun and fact-filled turkey song.
A fun and lively turkey counting book.
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