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Thanksgiving Crafts and Activities 2021

It’s Thanksgiving Week! Kids are home for their Thanksgiving break and they need something to do. Let’s get creative and create Thanksgiving decor. You can use these unique decorations to display them for Thanksgiving Day. Below is a list of Thanksgiving crafts and activities 2021:

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Handprint Turkey

Have your child paint one or both hands and press them down onto paper. Their thumb(s) become the head and neck of the turkey, their palm(s) become the body, and the other four fingers become the feathers. You can use all kinds of colors, glitter, googly eyes, and feathers to decorate.

What you’ll need:

  1. Washable finger paint
  2. Paper
  3. Feathers
  4. Googly eyes
  5. Glitter

Candy Corn Turkey

Have your child trace their hand. They can color in the body (palm) and face and neck (thumb) of the turkey and then use candy corn for the feathers.

What you’ll need:

  1. Paper
  2. A Pencil
  3. Crayons
  4. Candy corn
  5. Glue

Leaf Stamping

Have your child put paint on the leaf stampers and then press the leaf stamps down onto paper.

Leaf stamping set

What you’ll need:

  1. Leaf Stampers
  2. Paper
  3. Washable paint

Fall Wreath

Have your child put all of the different decorations on the wreath and hang it up inside or on the front door.

fall wreath diy kit

What you’ll need:

  1. Foam wreath kit
  2. Glue

Paper Towel Roll Turkey

Have your child glue paper feathers onto the paper towel roll (cut in half). The paper towel becomes the body and face of the turkey. The construction paper can be cut out into leaves by an adult or by your child if they can cut the shape of the feathers. Have your child write one thing they are thankful for on each feather of the turkey. They can add a few or a lot.

What you’ll need:

  1. Paper towel roll (cut in half)
  2. Construction paper
  3. Glue
  4. Markers

Join in on the fun and make some (or all) of these with your kids. Remember to supervise kids during these activities and take lots of pictures for keepsake.

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