Keep your little ones busy this Thanksgiving season with tons of super cute crafts. There are also a few fun activities with a great lesson for an attitude of gratitude in our families!
Pinecone Turkeys are easy to make and a sweet keepsake made with your kiddos little handprints! You only need a few simple supplies to make these little guys. You can even set up a table on Thanksgiving day to make them with your kiddos because they are low mess.
Create your own Fall Leaf Turkey with real leaves and paint! Go on a nature walk as a family. Bring a basket with you and pick out all different shapes and sizes and colors of fall leaves. Then when you get home follow the easy instructions to make these fun Turkeys!
Make your own yarn pumpkin this November!
Keeping little ones busy during the Thanksgiving meal can be tricky. An easy way to do that is to print some cute Thanksgiving themed coloring pages and set our some crayons for them to color with. And what better way to hold those crayons than these adorable Turkey pen holders to keep all the crayons available for your littles to color at the Thanksgiving table!
Create cute little placeholders for your Thanksgiving table with these adorable Pilgrim’s Hats.
This November start a new tradition as a family! Take the month of November to focus on being thankful for one another. A great way to do that is with these adorable Turkey Thankful Boxes. Create your box following the instructions in the link and then add a note each day with something you are thankful for about each member of your family! For example if your box is for your son you might write words like: “Your smiles!”, “Your bear hugs”, “Cuddles”, “Playing ball together”, etc, etc.
Make your own adorable turkey finger puppet with just a few simple supplies and have your kiddos put on a puppet show this Thanksgiving!
Create a sweet little surprise for your littlest guests with these Turkey Surprise balls. They are easy to make and so so much fun to unwrap and to discover all the fun surprises inside!
I LOVE a good keepsake craft! Something to remember the stage your kiddos are in that year! This adorable Hands & Feet Turkey is perfect for capturing your little ones from head to toe!
Here is another way to celebrate gratitude in your home! Print out these free printables and then begin each day or as you sit down to a meal each day writing one thing you are grateful for. Each person picks one thing, writes it on a leaf and glues their leaf to their tree. At the end of the month you will have a tree leaf that is bursting with fall colors and with thankfulness too. To learn more about this great family activity visit this post!