10 Fun Thanksgiving Crafts For Kids

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Thanksgiving is already THIS month! Can you believe how quickly the time flies towards the end of the year? Now that Halloween is behind us, it’s time to start focusing on another amazing holiday, Thanksgiving. Not only is it the official start to the holiday season, but Thanksgiving is an amazing way to start teaching our kids how to reflect on their blessings. A fun way to do that is through crafting, and that’s why we’ve rounded up some great Thanksgiving crafts for kids. We hope you and your kiddos enjoy!

Thanksgiving crafts

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1. Turkey Cones

Whether you wear this is the hot it was made to be, or simple place on out as decor for your Thanksgiving get together, these turkey cones are seriously adorable. Made with simple construction paper, feathers and some fun cutting, your kiddos will have a blast making these sweet turkeys into a work of art.

You’ll find tons more crafts at CraftyMorning.com, one of our favorite sites for kids crafts and activities.

Thanksgiving crafts

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2. Pumpkin Pie Craft

Nothing says Thanksgiving like pumpkin pie! Even if your kid’s don’t love the iconic dessert, they will thoroughly enjoy making this paper version. Grab a paper plate, some tissue paper, some cotton balls and glue- it’s time to get your craft on. Probably the best part about this activity is that it’s calorie-free!

Find this craft at ANightOwlBlog.com, along with more recipes, travel tips and DIY projects.

Thanksgiving crafts

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3. Gratefulness Rocks

Thanksgiving is all about reflecting on all we have to be grateful for, and there’s no better time to start teaching our kids this practice then when they’re young! This project couldn’t get any easier. Send the kiddos out to look for smooth rocks, and then help them write out their ideas on the rocks, using paint pens or paint. I love the idea of also designing the rocks to look like the item they’re thankful for, like in the photo above, don’t you? These would be a sweet decor for your garden as well.

Check out more ways to incorporate art into your kiddos lives at  KidsTeachArt.net.

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Karly Wood

Karly Wood

Editor at Red Tricycle
I'm a born and bred Southern California native and currently the managing editor at Red Tri. I get to share my life with my husband of 13 years and our beautiful, 5-year old daughter. In my free time you'll catch me cheering for the Dodgers, cooking, baking, reading, crafting and probably watching a little HGTV!
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