If you are looking for some great Thanksgiving Craft Ideas in a great round up you have come to the right place! Over the years we have created many different Thanksgiving projects with our kids that have turned out incredibly cute. You will be so happy that you completed these crafts with your kids. Be sure to take photos during the process of of your child holding the finished project. If you keep these crafts be sure to write your child’s name and the year on the back. I love getting out our holiday boxes and seeing what my girls created in previous years. It makes me smile!
Thanksgiving Craft Ideas Round Up
Thanksgiving Craft: Pilgrim and Native American Thanksgiving Clay Pots. This is a very fun Thanksgiving craft that makes a great decoration or name tag holder for the dinner table.
Turkey Crafts and Snacks Perfect for Thanksgiving. You will find something silly and fun in this post!
Thanksgiving Lunch Box Notes using Thanksgiving Jokes for Kids: These are perfect for the last few days before school. I highly recommend them for the whole month of November!
Thanksgiving Craft: Paper Plate Turkeys Using Tissue Paper. This craft is wildly popular on Pinterest and has been repined over 850 times! You can repin it via this link too!
Thanksgiving Jokes for Kids is one of my favorite posts. The joke about the turkey getting the stuffing knocked out of him always makes me laugh. Oops! I just gave away a pretty important punchline. Click the link to read the whole joke.
Thanksgiving Craft | Make a Stuff the Turkey Game: This is a great game for kids to play. You can also fill the bag with popcorn and have one of the cutest serving “dishes” around!
Gift Idea: Handprint Art with Oven Mitts: These oven mitts make the perfect present. They include a turkey for Thanksgiving and snowmen for winter. Everyone I know would love getting these!
Kindergarten Homework: A Pirate Turkey Disguise – Have you ever disguised a turkey? If not, this is a great year to start a new family tradition.
More inspiration in 175 Easy-to-do Thanksgiving Crafts
Turkey Hats – I made these for my girls years ago and a photo of them wearing their hats is one of my very favorite photos of all time. I could look at it forever!
Pine Cone Turkey – You know those pine cones in the back of your yard? Now you know what to do with them!
Leaf Placemats – Think about the fun placemats you can create using the leaves you have in the back yard.
A Thankful Tree is the perfect way to culminate the days before Thanksgiving. I love pulling out our previous years leaves and reading what we were thankful for!
Do you have a favorite Thanksgiving craft that you would love to share? I would love to see via a link or email.