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10 Thanksgiving Crafts for Kids

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Thanksgiving is a wonderful holiday to celebrate with your kids but with a twist. I tend to be a bit different than what you learn in school. I’ll teach my children the truth about the relationship between the Native Americans and the Pilgrims. But even with the sorted past, Thanksgiving has a lesson to teach our children that’s important to bestow. That is to be thankful and count our blessings.

Leading up to Thanksgiving, throughout November, I love to do different craft activities with my kids. Here are some of my absolute favorites.

Paper Bag Turkey Craft for Toddlers

from Journey to SAHM

Scarecrow Paper Plate Craft

from Finding Zest

DIY Thanksgiving Napkin Rings

From Organized 31

Fall Leaves Butterflies Craft

from One Perfectly Imperfect Mom

Turkey Popsicle Stick Craft

from Simple Everyday Mom

Easy Turkey Craft Using Dollar Tree Supplies 

from Hunny I’m Home

Thankful Turkey Thanksgiving Craft

from Mombrite

Pine Cone Turkey Crafts 

from Mom. Wife. Busy Life.

Coffee Filter Turkeys Thanksgiving Craft

from Darcy Brain

Turkey Corner Bookmarks

from The Printables Fairy

These are wonderful craft ideas to do with your kids this November. If you have any other favorites I’d love to see them. What’s your favorite lesson to teach your children to be grateful?


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  1. These are so cute! I love all the turkey crafts and think my kids will have a blast making them while they’re out of school for Thanksgiving!

  2. These are so creative and beautiful cards. In childhood, I used to make such cards:)

  3. These are so cute! I’ll have to try some with my daughter!

  4. Love this collection, Sarah – so many cute ideas! A few my girls have made before, but most are new to me – now I know how we can spend Thanksgiving week, when they have more time off than usual this year! 🙂

  5. The paper bag Turkey was always my favorite to make!

  6. These look so fun and make me nostalgic for my elementary school days.

  7. We still do not have any concrete plans for Thanksgiving so this is timely. We are not having guests this year due to the pandemic thus, I am hoping to prepare more activities for the kids so that they won’t be so bored. Thank you for sharing these ideas. I think the coffee filter turkeys are cute.

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