Preparing kids for Thanksgiving Break

Teachers, this Thanksgiving tip is for you! If you are a parent, be sure to pass this post along to your child’s teacher.

If you have a few tricks up your sleeve that could really help your students during their holiday-break this year, please share the tips with their families. This short break can seem like an eternity for some. So, if you could put together a mini packet, fun activities, or a list of games, you would definitely be doing a great service to the children you serve.

Here is some info that you can include in the packet that you send home:

  1. How do you get the child to sit during lunch and snack-time?
  2. What do you do when the child becomes overstimulated by too much noise?
  3. How often do you provide the child with movement breaks?
  4. What kind of activities can parents do with their child to encourage an understanding of Thanksgiving?
  5. What independent activities can families encourage their children to complete?
  6. Are there any educational websites that you recommend?

Let’s work together and help bridge the gap between home and school. Happy Thanksgiving!

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