Thanksgiving Projects for Kids
Spruce up the house this Thanksgiving with a special banner, handmade and colored by your little artist.
Help your child celebrate your family's Thanksgiving cook with this first grade arts and crafts activity: make a "handy" painted apron!
Help your kindergartener expand social studies and science work while creating this lovely bag clip for the holidays.
Your kindergartener can contribute these beaded napkin rings to your Thanksgiving table...and sneak in some good math patterning practice, too.
Let your first grader get into the holiday, Christmas spirit with this arts and crafts activity: create a fall or winter wreath out of Styrofoam!
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.
Crown your Thanksgiving table with a turkey centerpiece handmade by your little one.
Let your first grader help make Thanksgiving special with this laminated table runner that also helps him build handwriting skills.
Perfect for kids in elementary school, this fun teepee place card craft will help your child get in the Thanksgiving mood and practice her fine motor skills.
This gluten free stuffing matches the distinctive nuttiness of quinoa with the tart sweetness of dried cherries.
Involve your third grader in the Thanksgiving preparations by teaching him how to bake turkey-shaped biscuits while you slyly introduce him to fractions.
It's food. It's Thanksgiving tradition. And guess what: Cranberry Sauce is also science! Try our simple recipe/experiment.