10 Fun Thanksgiving Crafts For Kids

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7. Native American Headbands

If your kids love pretend play, they’ll love pouring their creative juices into making their own Native American headbands. Cut out a variety of shapes (or just use those fun pre-cut foam ones) and affix to a simple paper headband. Voila!

Paper-And-Glue.com has tons of more school-aged crafts and book suggestions.

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8. Q-Tip Tree

While this craft isn’t overtly about Thanksgiving, it’s definitely about fall and is the ideal way to keep the kiddos entertained at the kid table while you’re cooking your big meal. All you need to do to prep is draw the trunk and branches, and outline the tree before handing over the Q-tips and paint. This is definitely frameworthy!

We found this adorable craft at LaClasseDellaMaestraValentina.blogspot.com.

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9. Turkey Treat Bucket

Prep for the big day and get the kiddos making a few of these turkey treat buckets for all your guests! The whimsical little guys are just the right size for small hands to help, and to pack with tons of tasty treats. All you need are some feathers, google eyes, foam and of course, festive candy.

Check out HappinessIsHomemade.net for the full list of supplies and where to find them!

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10. Fork Painted Turkey

Can you ever have enough turkey crafts, come Thanksgiving? We think not! This adorable painted turkey is given depth and dimension when kiddos use a fork to paint! A simple white paper plate, basic turkey face and some orange and yellow paint is all it takes to get this wall-worthy craft.

We found this adorable craft at IHeartArtsAndCrafts.com. Head over to check out tons more ideas.



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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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