There are so many times I’m busy doing something and I just want something I can print and just use. I love hands-on, but no prep is nice as well. As we get closer to certain holidays, there are loads of letters that we can work on. For Thanksgiving, we have done a lot of letters that match up with the words from the holiday.
Today is some no prep printables that have a sounds search for Thanksgiving themed beginning sounds. This is a simple and easy printable to use.
My girls have always loved coloring pages for various kinds. They are always fun to use. I’m always working on something that is fun for them. Even my older girls like when they can do something their level with coloring.
Beginning sound are always something important to do with reading. When they can look at a picture and pick out the beginning say the beginning sound and color the pictures that matches it is fun. I love doing different themed to go with each season. I thought pulling some of the themed from Thanksgiving and adding that little something to go with it would be fun.
Each of the pages has a thanksgiving picture that is helpful for the page. The letter P has Pilgrim, T has turkey, C has corn, M has Mayflower, and H has hat.
I love giving them crayons and letting them color away at the pages. My youngest could not wait to color these pages. She was asking me to print them as soon as she saw them!
This printable would be nice to put in a sheet protectors and use dry erase markers on. That way you could use them over and over. Another thought might be something fun they could do on Thanksgiving as well to keep them busy during dinner. They would go great with the Thanksgiving placemats.
What you will find in these printables:
- Letters: C, H, M, P & T
- No prep printable for each letter
- 5 pages of printables
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