Help your child make these charming Thanksgiving finger puppets. Then, use them to reenact the first Thanksgiving.
This holiday season, help your third grader celebrate the many gifts--so often both cost-free and priceless--that the family has shared this year.
Help your child give a heartfelt "thank you" to your family's chef this Thanksgiving with this "handy" painted apron.
Celebrate the season by sharing your thoughts and resolutions for the fall with the family!
Your child can say thanks by surprising a friend, a teacher or a grandparent with this paper plate turkey which doubles as a festive wall hanging and special photo display.
Make a papoose (Native American baby) and a homemade cradleboard out of construction paper for a wonderful way to celebrate Thanksgiving.
We celebrate Thanksgiving with a feast, but there's no reason that a little education can't be involved, too. Challenge your kid to search for the hidden Thanksgiving words in ...
Grain, dairy, meat, or vegetable? Teach your kids about the food groups with a Thanksgiving-themed cut-and-paste sorting activity.
The Thanksgiving holiday brings turkey, stuffing, family...and subtraction? Here's a great way to sneak in some math over Thanksgiving weekend.
Kindergarteners can solve this festive Thanksgiving-themed Sudoku puzzle by cutting and gluing pictures into the puzzle, with each picture appearing only once in each row, ...
What's on your Thanksgiving plate? Your child can use this empty place setting as her canvas to draw and color a delicious Thanksgiving meal.
In this Thanksgiving Day maze, your child must complete the loopy maze to connect the little boy with his lost turkey.
Fun Fall Activities
Boost fine motor skills and get in the spirit of fall with this fun wreath-making project. The end result is a beautiful autumn decoration, perfect for hanging on your front ...
Five-year-olds: they're fascinated by nature, science, and especially enjoy investigative experiments! Making a leaf skeleton helps the curious kid investigate and study the ...
Combine science with reading and art to help your first grader create an attractive holiday gift for a beloved friend or relative.
Study science with your first grader in this arts and crafts activity that models the reason why fall leaves change color with some paint and crayons.
Help your kindergarten scientist discover relative size, density, and buoyancy with this fun, pumpkin science project!
Make corn kernel necklaces this Fall and help build your child's hand-eye coordination along with her fine motor skills.