With that in mind, I designed some activities to transition to after we read the book.
Whatever number they roll, they place that numbered piece on the matching numbered square on their puzzle grid. The first one to complete their puzzle is the winner.
To extend the activity, have children glue their pieces to the grid as they play the game, then when done, write about the things that they are thankful for, or a note to parents of why they are thankful for them, on the back of their completed puzzle.
Pete's Thanksgiving dice game puzzles, are today's featured FREEBIE.
From Diane, over at TeachWithMe.com