Turkey Books for Kindergarten

Don’t miss the terrific collection of turkey books for kindergarten! These easy readers are sure to engage and excited your young readers this fall.

Easy readers are great for young readers. They have large print and short sentences. Oftentimes, they’re packed with sight words your students are becoming more familiar with.

This collection of books for kindergarten will make a great addition to your turkey activities this fall. 

Don’t miss the terrific collection of turkey books for kindergarten! These easy readers are sure to engage and excited your young readers this fall.

Turkey Books for Kindergarten

Below, I’ve featured just a handful of turkey-themed easy reader books that will help your young readers celebrate Thanksgiving and learn more about turkeys.

You should be able to find them at your local library or book store. If you can’t find them locally, you can click each image cover to purchase them on Amazon.

Amelia Bedelia Talks Turkey (I Can Read ! Level 2)I Am the Turkey (I Can Read Level 2)The Know-Nothings Talk Turkey (I Can Read Level 2)


Amelia Bedelia Talks Turkey – When Amelia Bedelia helps out with the school Thanksgiving play, she causes quite a scene. Let’s all give thanks for another funny new Amelia Bedelia story!

I am the Turkey – Mark is so excited to be the turkey in his class Thanksgiving play — until he discovers what the turkey’s real role was in the first Thanksgiving dinner!

The Know-Nothings Talk Turkey – The Know-Nothings have read that the way to celebrate Thanksgiving is to serve a turkey dinner. But how can they serve the turkey his dinner when he won’t even sit down?

Scholastic Reader Level 1: Turkey DayI'm No Turkey!: Level 1It's Thanksgiving! (I Can Read Level 3)


Turkey Day – A family of turkeys gathers from near and far to celebrate their special day!

I’m No Turkey – It’s Thanksgiving, and Noodles wants to join the fun. But Noodles doesn’t like his part in the holiday parade: he doesn’t want to be the Thanksgiving turkey!

It’s Thanksgiving – It’s time for turkey! The parade is about to start. The pumpkin pie is in the oven. The whole family is gathered around the table. And everybody wants to pull the wishbone! 

Turkeys (Blastoff! Readers: Farm Animals) (Blastoff Readers. Level 1)Turkeys (Animals on the Farm: Blastoff Readers. Level 1)Turkeys Together (Holiday House Readers Level 2)


Turkeys – Turkeys are social creatures. They stay together on the farm and gobble to communicate. This book introduces children to the look and behavior of turkeys.

Turkeys: Animals on the Farm – Unlike those in the wild, farm turkeys are round, plump, and unable to fly. Their heavy bodies keep them in their pens where they are safe and sound. Young readers will gobble up this fact-filled book about turkeys on the farm.

Turkeys Together – When Mother Turkey and Mrs. Turkey’s eggs go missing, the two determined mothers seek the help of a trained puppy to sniff out the clues and find out where they have gone, in an amusing tale of friendship and cooperation.

In a Tizzy over Turkey (Fairly OddParents Ready-To-Read)Who Ate the Turkey? (Neighborhood Readers)Rumble Meets Chester the Chef (Read-It! Readers: Rumble's Cave Hotel)


In a Tizzy Over Turkey – Timmy is sad that there is no turkey at his Thanksgiving this year. So he wishes for the best Thanksgiving dinner ever. But there’s more to Thanksgiving than just a good meal!

Who Ate the Turkey – Four family members try to solve a mystery when pieces of a turkey on the kitchen table go missing.

Rumble Meets Chester the Chef – Fed up with Shelby Spider’s cooking, Rumble the dragon hires Chester to be the chef in his hotel’s fancy restaurant, but Shelby is determined to cause trouble for Chester.

Which of these books about turkeys will you read first?

Don’t miss the terrific collection of turkey books for kindergarten! These easy readers are sure to engage and excited your young readers this fall.

Round Out Your Turkey Unit with These Activities

This little turkey is adorable and fun. With colorful feathers, a cute little face and 2 three toed feet it pleases the senses. Use the feathers for color matching and identification or set this up somewhere visible so it doubles as a holiday decoration.

Is there anything cuter at Thanksgiving time than hand-print turkeys? How about toilet paper roll turkeys? If you’re looking for a fun turkey craft or activity to do with your little ones this month, look no further. 

Thanksgiving is just around the corner! It’s the perfect time to curl up with one of our favorite Thanksgiving picture books for young children.

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