Our Favorite Thanksgiving Crafts for Kids
Pipe Cleaner Turkey – This craft project doubles as a fine motor activity as kids work to push the pipe cleaners into the cup.
Woven Paper Pattern Placemats (say that three times fast!) – Another Thanksgiving project with a fine motor twist. Kids can work to make these placemats for all your guests.
50 Turkey Crafts – I’ve scoured the interwebs for the best turkey crafts around so you don’t have to!
Scented Pumpkin Pie Craft – Even if your kids aren’t fans of real pumpkin pie, this crafty version is sure to be a favorite.
Pumpkin Turkey – Don’t get rid of those pumpkins after Halloween! See how you can re-use them as part of your Thanksgiving decor.
Paper Roll Turkey – I did this with my kids when they were little and it is a classic. I just love any craft that uses paper tubes.
Thanksgiving Placecards – A fan way to decorate your Thanksgiving table made all the better because they are created by kids.
Scrapbook Paper Thanksgiving Turkey Craft – Have a stash of scrapbook paper lying around? Bring it out and let your kids create this festive standing turkey.
Tissue Paper Turkey Craft – This craft is so vibrant and eye catching, If you keep tissue paper on hand, you’ll always be ready for crafts like this.
Fall Word Game – A fun and yummy way to incorporate learning into the holiday festivities.
Looking for more fun activities to do with your kids? I highly recommend KiwiCo, which you can enjoy no matter the weather. As a former teacher, I was really impressed with the quality of materials found in KiwiCo.
Some moms have told me that they want to do activities like I do on Mess For Less with their kids, but they just don’t have to the time to go buy all the supplies and prepare them for the activity. KiwiCo is the perfect solution. Every month your KiwiCo will focus on a particular theme like Colors, Dinosaurs or Gardening. KiwiCo offer a variety of projects ranging from crafts, imaginative play, science experiments and more.
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