Thanksgiving is this month and phew hasn’t this year just flown by?!
It was just Halloween, where I binged Sabrina on Netflix, knit large pumpkins and even mini pumpkins!
But now that Halloween is over, the focus shifts to another great holiday – Thanksgiving!
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You know what this means – That it is the official start of the holiday season -yayyy!
This is a great time to teach the kids how to reflect on all of our blessings and be truly thankful for everything we have.
Taking the time to be thankful and appreciate everything you have can really make you feel positive.
A super fun way to do that is through crafting!
Making crafts for Thanksgiving will let the kids have fun, be creative and get into the holiday mood.
Take a look at this roundup of Thanksgiving crafts for kids and enjoy!
1. Do A Dot Turkey Craft
This do a do turkey craft from The Resourceful Mama is a really fun way to use some markers and make a colourful piece of art for the wall.
A cheap and easy craft for kids of any age, all you need are a few simple supplies to get started.
2. Painted Pine Cone Turkeys
The painted pine cone turkeys by Live Craft Eat is a fantastic way to use up all of those pine cones you may have collected this season!
These turkeys are super cute, with painted pine cone tails and sweet felt faces, all you need are a few craft supplies.
3. Gratefulness Rocks
This is a really awesome idea for the kids to make – gratefulness rocks DIY by Teach Kids Art.
The kids can search for smooth rocks to paint and write on – a fantastic way for them to express what they are thankful for.
Afterwards, they will make great decor in planters or in the yard, to keep for ultra positive vibes.
4. Turkey Puppet
Make a cute turkey puppet with this easy to follow tutorial from The Joy of Sharing.
All you need is a craft stick, feathers and a milk bottle cap to make a fun puppet the little ones will love!
5. Pumpkin Pie Kids Craft
Make a tasty looking piece of pumpkin pie with this easy craft from A Night Owl.
All you need is a paper plate, some tissue paper, cotton balls and glue.
The kids will love to make and play with this delicious looking paper pie!
6. Indian Corn Craft
Share the Legend of the Five Corn Kernels with the kids through this inspirational and educational Indian corn craft from Fantastic Fun and Learning.
They also have a free printable that you can share with the kids while learning about this story.
7. Native American Headbands
The kids will love making these Native American headbands, that they can wear!
Take a look at the easy to follow tutorial from Paper and Glue.
They look really easy for the kids to make, with just paper and glue as the main supplies!
8. Turkey Treat Bucket
Make turkey treat buckets with the kids to give to all of your guests this Thanksgiving!
This simple and quick Thanksgiving craft for kids will definitely make your guests smile.
Get the free tutorial from Happiness is Homemade.
Have you tried any of these crafts?
Did your kids enjoy them?
Let me know in the comments below! xoxo