Use this simple printable to help and encourage children to think about the things for which they’re thankful, and then to act upon it!
Tired of the same old turkey? Check out these cute printable place settings -- you can choose the quirky fox or a sweet squirrel -- complete with napkin rings, place cards, garlands, and drink labels.
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Kids can color in their place setting and play a few games while they're at it -- no one's getting bored this Thanksgiving!
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Kids and parents will have a great time dressing fruit up as turkeys! This craft is both fun and easy for kids.
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Put a fun Thanksgiving twist on a classic party game. You'll love coming up with something your thankful for with each letter of the alphabet -- and it's a great way to get kids to think about their letters and vocabulary, too!
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These coloring pages -- that come in a cornucopia, a pie, a pumpkin, and a turkey -- also have a few lines at the bottom to write what you are thankful for. Great way to get two things done at once!
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Print out these adorable turkey, teepee, and ship coloring sheets, and then have them laminated so the kids can use them again and again!
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These make a great memento of the Thanksgiving meal, and the kids can use them for coloring, or even writing poetry or short stories while they wait for the meal to be served.
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The kids will have almost as much fun playing with these cute turkey cupcake toppers as they will eating their dessert (almost!).
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Ramp up the Thanksgiving day fun with these printable headbands, cupcake picks, place cards, and turkey treat boxes.
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Coloring can be a great distraction while the kids are waiting for their turkey dinner. Why not make their crayons look a little more presentable with this cute little crayon holder that they can color in, as well!
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This turkey snack cup is adorable and easy to do. All you need is this printable, a paper cup, and some healthy snacks!
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In addition to being a (adjective) group activity, Mad Libs can be (adjective) grammar builders for the (noun), too!
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A bingo board featuring pilgrims, scarecrows, Mayflowers and more, could be the perfect way for kids to entertain themselves while they're waiting for the turkey to come out of the oven. Use candies for bingo chips as an added incentive!
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Jazz up your Thanksgiving snapshots by having a few photo booth props lying around for your guests to make use of. Our favorite? The mustaches and pilgrim collars!
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This is a great educational craft that will keep your kids entertained when things get a bit slow on Thanksgiving day.
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With a few basic craft items and this fun printable, your little ones will have a blast making a Mayflower centerpiece for the kids table.
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A Thanksgiving-themed scavenger hunt? Yes please!
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This printable crossword and a box of Alpha-Bits cereal is sure to keep the kiddos entertained while they're waiting for Thanksgiving dinner to be served. This printable comes in two forms -- one version has the letters already filled in for little kids to just add Alpha-Bits on top, and there's a blank version for the older kids, too.
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Even if your kids are picky eaters, they'll love coloring in this printable place setting placemat. What makes it even better? The "I'm thankful for..." border along the top.
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Craft tape is fun, colorful, and easy to use. Download these free printables and then let the kids decorate to their hearts content!
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