Do you need some last minute Thanksgiving ideas?
I often wait until the last minute to come up with ideas for the holidays. Then, I do a quick search on pinterest and am overwhelmed by the projects – projects that require days to complete, lots of materials that I don’t have money to buy, and more “crafting” skill than I will ever have.
This list is not like that.
The ideas in this list can be pulled together quickly with inexpensive materials that you probably already have on hand.
Are you looking for a simple way to review some Easter Bible verses with your children? These Bible Verse Easter Puzzles are just the ticket!
These puzzles could be made at home, used in a classroom as a filler for kids who have already finished the lesson, or be a gift for older kids to make to give to younger siblings.
Looking for a meaningful craft for Valentine’s Day? This simple 1 Corinthians 13 Craft is an excellent way to teach your child about the true meaning of love. It is perfect to make at home or in a classroom.
Looking for a great way to share God’s love? These printable God’s Love Bible Verse Notes are a perfect way to remind someone of God’s love today!
Are you looking for some inexpensive but beautiful gifts your children can make and give to friends, grandparents, teachers, and classmates? These simple, rustic Christmas Glitter Cards are a perfect way to let someone special know that you are thinking of them this Christmas season.
These cards are super easy to make. Their appeal comes from the “hand drawn” quality of each card. Each card is its own unique masterpiece.
Making a “God’s Gifts Christmas Box” is an excellent way to remind your kids, grandkids, or Sunday School class of the true meaning of Christmas – God sent His precious Son into an evil world to rescue us from our own sins.
Each adorable God’s Gifts Christmas Box includes six different “mini” pages of Bible activities focusing on God’s gifts to us. The gift tag can be colored or sprinkled with glitter and features a “To” line which can be filled out with your child’s name.
Ready to get started on this adorable and meaningful Christmas craft?
Enjoy the Christmas season with your children with a couple of these fun activities:
What does Thanksgiving mean to you? Thanksgiving is so much more than a day to eat turkey. Use this adorable Thanksgiving notebook to bring meaning back into your Thanksgiving holiday.
Teach your kids what Thanksgiving is all about with this fun Thanksgiving notebook. Simply print it out, follow the simple directions below, and fill it in with your own words and ideas.