Thanksgiving Activities

Thanksgiving activities are great for kids celebrating the holiday's history! There are several Thanksgiving activities and crafts that help children learn about how the pilgrims and Native Americans lived, ate, and played. Kids can also browse through these Thanksgiving activities to find simple recipes that they can make that use ingredients that would have been found at the first Thanksgiving!

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Turkey cupcakes are quirky fowl-themed desserts that bring extra cheer to your Thanksgiving meal. Make turkey cupcakes that your kids will want to gobble up.
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Get ready for Thanksgiving by enlisting your child in the preparations! In this activity, you'll work together to create some adorable turkey napkin rings.
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Helping your child write his own "Thanksgiving Proclamation" can help him grasp the spirit of the day, and develop more of an attitude of gratitude.
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A thankful turkey helps your child think about on the things that he's thankful for. Make this turkey craft with your child for Thanksgiving.
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This unexpected art project is sure to result in a Picasso-esque jumble of imagination that will teach your kid about shapes, colors, and abstract form!
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Your kindergartener can contribute these beaded napkin rings to your Thanksgiving table...and sneak in some good math patterning practice, too.
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This Thanksgiving cornucopia makes a great addition to any dining table because once youâre done looking at it, you can dig in and eat it!
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These Thanksgiving place cards are a fun turkey-twist on traditional place markers. Make a set of these Thanksgiving place cards with your child this November.
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This Thanksgiving cornucopia activity will give you a nice homemade table decoration and will give your child a festive reason read, write, and give thanks.
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Cornucopia still life painting is a great activity for your young artist to look at light and shadow, textures and composition in creating art at Thanksgiving!
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Get ready for leftovers with an adorable turkey lunch bag! This recycled craft is a great way to remind everyone how much fun they had on Thanksgiving.
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This game is the perfect way to prepare your child for any shopping adventures you may embark upon, all while practicing important math concepts.
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Turn your leftover cranberry dressing into a sweet, rich bread with this holiday recipe.
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Our baked French toast recipe is particularly tasty on a chilly winter morning. Make our baked French toast recipe with your child to teach him about measuring.
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Teach your little one to appreciate all the best things in life with a keepsake Thanksgiving plate.
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This Thanksgiving, make a pine cone turkey that can double as a personalized place setting for each family member.
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This unique project will help your child learn the basics of assemblage and he'll create a perfectly festive pumpkin in the process.
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This colorful garland can be strung across a fireplace and remind you of your blessings well into the new year.
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Inspired by the crispy, crunchy leaves of fall, this fanciful project is simple, easy and completely affordable. Now that's something to be thankful for!
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Have some fun--and learn some history while you're at it--with these words and phrases used by our Pilgrim ancestors in the 1620's.

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