Literature: "The Great Turkey Walk" by Kathleen Karr
These sites have activities relating to the book “The Great Turkey Walk.” Read biographies of author Kathleen Karr, plus learn basic facts about turkeys. There are activities, discussion questions, a game, and WebQuest that go along with the book. Includes an eThemes Resource on Turkeys.
Multnomah County Library Talk it Up!
This site has a summary of "The Great Turkey Walk" and also provides discussion questions.
This is a language arts/math lesson plan developed around "The Great Turkey Walk". It provides a list of materials needed and explains how to develop the lesson.
The Growth of Regionalism 1800-1860
This is a lesson plan relating to the struggle between national and state governments. Also contains historical background for the educator and teaching activities. This lesson is very detailed and well-developed. Click on the links at the bottom for more.
EEK! Critter Corner
This site has basic information about turkeys, including the names of their feathers and the types of food they eat.
The Great Turkey Walk Literature Unit
This site has activities that go with the book. Note: Subscription is required for most of resources.
Quia: The Great Turkey Walk
Play a millionaire style game which asked questions about "The Great Turkey Walk".
eThemes Resource: Animals: Turkeys
These sites are about turkeys. Find out the differences between wild and domestic turkeys. Learn why wild turkeys almost became extinct, why they are commonly served at Thanksgiving, and if these big birds can fly. Includes photographs, games, and illustrations. There is a link to an eThemes Resource on Thanksgiving.