Thanksgiving Coloring Pages, Kids Love Drawing and Coloring. Naturally kids love colors. Especially, catching eyes colors like pink, light yellow, light green, light red, electric blue, etc. So, lesson in school mostly using colorful pictures. Not only giving them pleasure to learn but to make them focus longer, especially for those in the kindergarten. For example, a teacher intends to discuss about thanksgiving with students. He/she can prepare Thanksgiving coloring pagesfor them. Teacher will get the students attention easily because of the interesting pictures. The pictures can be found a lot in the internet. Or, by using teacher’s creativity, he/she can draw the pictures by him/herself.
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The pictures on the Thanksgiving coloring pages provide things that usually exist on that special day. First of all, the teacher maybe can explain what thanksgiving is. Since different country may have different date to celebrate it, it is wise to let students know the essence of celebrating it. So, despite of the difference date and month, the goal of celebrating thanksgiving is the same. It is a national holiday for some countries. In the United States and Canada celebrating thanksgiving is to give thank for the whole blessings during the previous year. In Canada, this year, thanksgiving is celebrated in the second week of October, in Liberia, it is in the first week of November, in Norfolk Island, it is in the last week, and in USA, it is celebrated in the last Thursday of November.
Teacher may modify the lesson by first giving questions like: what is thanksgiving? Do you celebrate thanksgiving? When do you first hear about thanksgiving? The students’ answers maybe vary. Teacher can move on the lesson by asking, what things usually exist on thanksgiving? Before spreading the Thanksgiving coloring pages, teacher may give triggering question like, Can anybody here draw a thing that usually exist on thanksgiving on the blackboard? Or, have you ever eaten roasted turkey? The students raise their hands. After one student drawing it on the blackboard, teacher may give the coloring pages to the students while explaining more, or even questioning more about thanksgiving.
While students do the coloring, teacher may walk around to see how students go with that activity. One or two students may ask questions, others may have difficulties on focusing, and the other may seem absorbed to the coloring activity. It is wise that teacher let the student finish the work on time to teach discipline, no matter the kids probably have not yet finished it. Teacher may make it as homework to teach responsibility to the students.