The holidays are the BEST time to break out your favorite kid’s crafts! Something about holiday crafts makes the atmosphere of our homes and classrooms so much cozier. Over the years, I have created some fun, silly, and creative crafts that my kids love. I would love to share them with you so you can use them in your classroom and with your kids. This Thanksgiving Crafts Bundle is full of a variety of fun activities.
Turkey Dinner Craft
Do you make a turkey on Thanksgiving day? This silly Turkey Dinner craft is a fun addition to your holiday decor. We like to use it when we talk about our favorite holiday dishes. The kids don’t normally like turkey the most and mention pie or mashed potatoes, so this craft makes it fun to talk about all of our options.
Colorful Turkey Craft
Gobble Gobble! What kid doesn’t like to make their own turkey craft on Thanksgiving? You can print this colorful guy on colored cardstock or plain white paper. My kids like to color their own turkeys but you can pre-prepare the pieces on colored cardstock for simplicity. Sometimes we write what we are thankful for on each of the feathers. Families love reading what their kids are thankful for. It can be sweet or super silly!
Thanksgiving Placemat Turkey Craft
You can take thankfulness a step further with this Thanksgiving placemat craft. Students can write or draw what they are thankful for on the dinner plate. They color the turkey and you can laminate their mats to take home. Families will enjoy reading about what their kids are thankful for at the Thanksgiving table!
Thanksgiving Owl Craft
Owls have always reminded me of fall and winter months. So why not add a pilgrim hat and make it a festive craft!? If you happen to be studying owls this November, this craft makes a perfect pair! The owls make a cute bulletin board display during the month of November.
Pumpkin Pie Pal Craft
Everyone likes some type of pie! These adorable pumpkin pie pals are a silly little craftivity to complete before Thanksgiving. You can hang them up on your bulletin board or use them to decorate your home as the Thanksgiving feast approaches. The little bow can be placed on it’s head or chest depending on what your child prefers!
It’s not Thanksgiving without the Pilgrims! Use these cute crafts to help tell the story of Thanksgiving. You can use stories like The Very First Thanksgiving to show kids why we celebrate this holiday. The pilgrim crafts are the perfect addition to a “We Are Thankful” bulletin board display! Let your students share what they are thankful for with their creations.
Fall Scarecrow Craft
Last but not least, this bundle includes a friendly scarecrow craft. He’s perfect for the fall months and can be used during October or November to bring in the cooler air and weather. Add him to a bulletin board that says “Our Class is Something To Crow About” and you have the perfect fall display!
All of these crafts can be found in the Thanksgiving Crafts Bundle HERE. I hope you enjoy them and Happy Thanksgiving!