Tactile Thanksgiving

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I think this repetitive singing activity would work for reinforcing I’m Thankful to Be Me. The tactile portions would be great in Junior Primary. Senior may think it’s to babyish…

  • Sing
  • Pick a child to choose a turkey feather to stick on the turkey body. The feather has a question, followed by something to do the next time you sing.
  • Sing and do the action (well, the sign ones you don’t do while you sing…).
  • Pick a child
  • Sing
  • Pick
  • Repeat…

FEATHERS:

We are thankful for our eyes.What can you do with your eyes that you are thankful for?
*Sing with your eyes closed.

We are thankful for our hands. What can you do with your hands that you are thankful for.
*Clap the rhythm while we sing.

We are thankful for for feet. What can you do with your feet that you are thankful for?
*Sing and march

We are thankful for our mouths.What can you do with your mouth that you are thankful for?
*Sing with a big mouth!

We are thankful for our ears.What can you do with your ears that you are thankful for?
*Sing touching your ear lobes.

We are thankful for our Mothers and Fathers.
*Learn the sign language for Mother and Father.

We are thankful for Sisters and Brothers.*Learn the sign language for Sister, Brother and baby.

We are thankful for Grandmas and Grandpas.
*Learn the sign language for Grandma and Grandpa.

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