There are many reasons I love Thanksgiving, but kids’ crafts top the list. They are fun, colorful and meaningful. It’s great time to take a moment to just sit and talk to your kids about being thankful. Now let’s look at my favorite kids’ Thanksgiving crafts while thinking about what we are thankful for!
This craft doesn’t need a lot of prep or a lot of supplies. And it’s just adorable!
Make these clay leaf napkin rings with the kids – their faces will light up when they see them on the Thanksgiving table!
Remember cootie catchers? They will keep the kids busy and excited about the holiday.
Play dough that smells like pumpkin pie? Sign. Us. Up!
This is a great craft to turn out on the fly with virtually no craft supplies, and perfect for large groups of kiddos.
6. Kool Aid Pumpkins from Housing a Forest
If the title didn’t give it away, you would never know Kool Aid is the star of this project (except for all the little fingers dipping & licking).
So help me, I squealed aloud when I saw this scarecrow. What a cute little guy!
What kid doesn’t love finger puppets? Entertainment for hours.
Rocks, feathers, and googly eyes can make a fun craft – basically for free.
I’ve never tried this craft but it looks like fantastic fun.
While your kids help with this craft, they can talk about what they are thankful for.
I think I have a newfound obsession with popsicle sticks. This is so easy and cute.
This is a fun craft for all ages and your kids will be so proud when you hang it on the door.
This is a sweet way to share time with your kids.
This is a good project for kids of all ages but older kids will probably create masterpieces.4