Thanksgiving is a time for family and friends to get together. When I was younger that meant lots of cousins and lots of fun. Thanksgiving crafts are always a good idea to have ready for the children. You can set craft stations up for the kids to choose crafts to work on to keep them occupied and entertained. If you choose crafts that the kids can work on without adult supervision or help, that will free you and the other adults up to get ready for the big meal or to actually be able to hold some uninterrupted adult conversations! Imagine that!
Take a look below and check out some of these great ideas for Thanksgiving crafts. Let us know which ones you plan on doing this year!
A Thankful Book from Be-Inspired Mama.
Thanksgiving Bingo from Crazy Little Projects.
Gratitude Activity for Kids from Bren Did.
Rolled Paper Pumpkin from One Creative Mommy.
Washi Tape Pinecone Turkey from Craftaholics Anonymous.
Leaf Drawing and Doodling from The Artful Parent.
Fall Tree Cork Painting from The Simple Parent.
Paper Bag Turkey Puppets from Crafty Morning.
Fall Leaf Printing with Markers from 123 Homeschool 4 Me.
Beaded Pumpkin from Glue Sticks and Gumdrops.
Turkey Hat from Mom Dot.
Owl Pinecone Craft from Meaningful Mama.
Mosaic Paper Acorn from Crafts by Amanda.
Fall Coloring Pages from Parents.com.
And last but not least our very own Glitter Acorns.
Hope these ideas give your little Turkeys some extra fun on Thanksgiving!
As always, send us pictures of your Thanksgiving crafting projects!