Turkeys, pilgrims, and gratitude. Those are the things I always think of once Thanksgiving rolls around.
What do you think of?
We’ve used all of these things in our crafting for Thanksgiving.
So, when you’re ready to get creative and make some Thanksgiving Crafts for kids, I’ve got some great ideas for you.
Make some fun turkeys or simple pilgrim hats. And, while you’re at it, find a fun gratitude craft to do.
There’s plenty of fun ideas for kids of all ages from preschoolers to tweens.
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Fun Thanksgiving Crafts for Kids
Use recycled materials to make this cute and colorful Cardboard Tube Turkey Craft.
Don’t put away those recycled materials yet, you can also use them to make this cute Cardboard Tube Pilgrim Hat Craft.
Decorate your window with this fun Thanksgiving Turkey Suncatcher.
Make a fun Turkey Clock and use it to practice telling time.
Use this pretty Acorn Gratitude Banner to display all that you are thankful for.
Learn about the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and build your own parade balloon with this fun craft based on the book Balloons Over Broadway.
Fancy a turkey craft? You’ll find several fun Thanksgiving Turkey Crafts here.
Try some Thanksgiving art with one of these awesome Turkey Art Projects for Kids.
More Great Kids Crafts for Thanksgiving
Make a simple DIY Gratitude Journal to record your thoughts all Thanksgiving season.
Practice saying thanks with these simple homemade Thank You Cards.
Gratitude Leaves are another fun way to display what you are thankful for this Thanksgiving.
Or you can make this simple Thankful Tree craft. It’s a perfect Thanksgiving craft for preschoolers.
These Handprint Turkey Cards are a fun way to send Thanksgiving greeting through the mail. Make sure you keep one for yourself too!
Make some fun place mats for the dinner table with this craft based off the book In November.
Best Choices for Preschoolers:
Try the simple thankful tree, turkey suncatcher, or In November place mats.
Best Choices for Elementary Kids:
Make a pilgrim hat, cardboard tube turkey, turkey clock, or a fun Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade balloon.
Best Choices for Tweens:
Make a simple gratitude journal, a thankful jar, or decorate with the acorn gratitude banner.
Which of these awesome Thanksgiving crafts for kids are you going to try this year?
Recommended Resources for Thanksgiving Crafts
If you’re looking for easy crafts, I love the limited addition Thanksgiving Box from Green Kid Crafts. It comes with all the supplies and instructions you need to make some cute Thanksgiving Crafts. We’re big fans of Green Kid Crafts boxes. They’re fun, easy, and contain only natural and sustainable materials. And, if you’re not interested in their Thanksgiving Box, there are plenty of other art and STEM boxes (including a monthly subscription) to choose from.