Head over to Makingfriends.com to make use of their free Thanksgiving Bingo printable. A favorite game has been transformed with a Thanksgiving theme and now includes squares with pumpkins, pilgrims and pies. The site has helpfully included calling cards and 12 different Bingo cards to print.
Another classroom activity idea is to practice math using this suggestion from Scholastic.com:
Shopping For a Turkey Dinner:
Invite your children to "shop" for a Thanksgiving feast and practice addition at the same time. Provide students with photocopies of grocery store advertisements. Guide children in searching for favorite foods while also planning a balanced feast. After selecting their items, children list and add up the prices. Combine students' totals for a grand total.
You can also divide the class up into groups and have each group plan their own dinner. Differentiation and challenges can be added to the activity by having groups "shop" on a budget and use coupons for items (calculating percents). Have groups create a graph or display with their final meal and calculated total.