Thanksgiving Activity Pack

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Thanksgiving can be a busy time and sometimes you just need an easy, go-to activity for the kids.

This free printable Thanksgiving activity pack can be just the ticket.

Print them out for the kid’s table while everyone is waiting for Thanksgiving dinner.

Or, maybe you just need a quiet activity after a busy day. Print this activity pack and you’ll be good to go!

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Thanksgiving Word Search:

My girls always love a good word search and these are perfect for keeping the kids occupied while waiting for Thanksgiving dinner.

I included the two word search puzzles I created last year in this pack for all of your word-search loving kids. Both of these are perfect for the younger elementary crowd.

Thanksgiving Word Scramble:

This game is a little bit more difficult and will challenge young and old alike.

Unscramble the Thanksgiving words and see who can figure them out the quickest.

I Am Thankful Leaves:

What are you thankful for? Write the words or draw a picture.

Your pre-writers can get in on the fun with this sheet. My girls decided to draw pictures, instead of writing.

Get the kids thinking about what Thanksgiving is all about. The best part about this sheet is that it’s fun to see what the kids will include.

I snapped a picture of my 4-year-old’s sheet. She’s thankful for her cat, dog, Mom, Dad, and God. I love how we all look alike!

Are you ready for some Thanksgiving fun with your kids?

Print these out for a long car trip, set them out on the kid’s table, or just have around for some after school fun. You can print out your own activity pack using the link below. Please use them and enjoy.

Printable Thanksgiving Activity Pack

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Terri is a writer and mom of two elementary-aged girls. She has a passion for learning and is always looking for ways to make learning fun. You can find her here writing about fun learning activities, art, craft, and family fun ideas.

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