Thanksgiving is just around the corner! Are you looking for a super-fun way to encourage your kids to be thankful? Here’s an idea: A Printable Thanksgiving Finger Puzzle.
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.
What does Thanksgiving mean to you?
Thanksgiving is so much more than a day to eat turkey. Encourage your kids to think about the history of Thanksgiving and their own blessings with this Thanksgiving notebook.
This fun notebook is perfect for working on during the long drive to Grandma’s house, keeping kids quietly entertained while the turkey is still in the oven, using in a Sunday School classroom, or handing out at a class party.
Are you looking for a simple way to add some verses of Thanksgiving to your holiday table? These printable Thanksgiving place holders are just the ticket!
Would you like a beautiful reminder to be thankful each day? This super-simple thankful dry erase craft project featuring Psalm 92:1 produces a lovely, displayable picture that you can write on again and again. It is not only a great reminder to “count your blessings”, but also a great way to encourage your children to express their gratitude as well.
This rustic burlap or canvas wall art based on Psalm 95:1-3 is easy to make. Simply print the verse onto the fabric with a laser printer to make this unique wall art, perfect for Thanksgiving or all year!
Are you looking for an inexpensive, fun way to dress up your Thanksgiving table? How about an adorable Thanksgiving craft for kids? Look no further than these adorable Turkey Napkin Holders. (They can also be made as pencil holders – scroll to the bottom to see them!)
This craft is so easy, but turned out so cute! I love Thanksgiving crafts that encourage thankfulness – the true reason for celebrating Thanksgiving. (By the way, allow me to digress into a pet peeve for a moment. Can we all fight this trend to call Thanksgiving “Turkey Day”? Thanksgiving is so much more than just a day when everyone stuffs themselves with turkey and watches football and plans what junk they are going to go buy the next day. At least I hope it is.)