For the Thanksgiving Table
Looking for a cute craft project for Thanksgiving? Look no further than this tissue box turkey! Not only is it fun to create, but it makes a great holiday centerpiece.
Okay, so your first grader is way too little to carve a turkey. But that doesn't mean he can't help! Put him--and a sibling or cousin or two--to work on this gorgeous ...
This Thanksgiving, make your own "horn of plenty" with your child while you teach him about the first Thanksgiving, the Fall harvest, and why we eat so much on Turkey Day.
Let your kindergartener help make your Thanksgiving special with these beaded napkin rings. While she's decorating your table, you'll also be giving her extra math patterning ...
Let your first grader contribute to your Thanksgiving table with this fun paper weaving activity...while extending handwriting and math skills at the same time!
Fall Decorations for Your Home
Make this nature-inspired clip for Thanksgiving house gifts, and you'll be supporting your kindergartener's science and social studies learning while having arts and crafts fun!
This activity celebrates the beauty of the autumn season as well as the importance of maize in Native American tradition by making a beautiful pastel art piece with corn as its ...
Make a family tree! This fun and easy project is the perfect way to help your first grader remember who's who, practice her handwriting, and decorate for Thanksgiving.
Allow your kindergartener to experiment with color, pattern and texture with this fun, fall-inspired art activity! Make corn prints with recycled ears of dried corn.
Make a collage to celebrate the changing seasons and explore math concepts. This fun art project is a great way to introduce your child to some basic geometry.