15 Thanksgiving Crafts For Kids!


Thanksgiving is a couple weeks away for us Americans and I can already taste my mom’s green bean casserole. YUM!

While you’re cooking up the holiday feast you might want to keep the kiddo’s busy with some fun crafts. So, I searched around the internet and made a list of my top 15 Thanksgiving crafts for kids. Feel free to give these a try and let me know if you enjoyed them. I wish you all a blessed Turkey Day, and if you don’t celebrate, a very happy fall season.


Pumpkin PIe Kids Craft | anightowlblog.com Pumpkin Pie Craft

Another easy preschool Thanksgiving craft for kids.  Use 1/4 of a coffee filter to make these cute little Thanksgiving Turkeys.  Printable from ActivitiesForKids.com.

Coffee Filter Turkey Craft

This turkey kid craft is a great way for kids to celebrate Thanksgiving and express those things for which they are thankful.

Thankful Turkey Craft

Fun Fall Craft: Craft Stick Scarecrow | Optimistic Mommy

Craft Stick Scarecrow Craft

Make a Mayflower - Kids Thanksgiving Craft Idea from PagingSupermom.com #thanksgiving #kidscrafts #mayflower

“Make The Mayflower” Craft


Paper Bag Turkey Craft

This toilet paper roll turkey only has a few simple materials, and would make the perfect table decoration for your Thanksgiving Day feast!

Toiler Paper Roll Turkey Craft

Have students write what they are thankful for on strips of orange paper and then use a fastener to turn them into a pumpkin!  Such an easy Thanksgiving Day craft!

“I Am Thankful” Pumpkin Craft

Pinecone Birds

Pinecone Birds Craft

paper plate pilgrims

Paper Plate Pilgrim Craft 


Hand Print Thankful Trees Craft


Candy Corn Flowers Craft


Dish Brush Turkey Craft

Q-Tip Autumn Tree Craft


Turkey Cones Craft

There ya have it! I thought these were so cute and all of them are pretty easy to do as well. I hope these crafts help brighten up your holiday season even more.

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24 thoughts on “15 Thanksgiving Crafts For Kids!

  1. These are all so cute! I think we’ve made some variation of almost all of them over the years.. maybe we’ll make some candy corn flowers this year. I do have a lot of that stuff left from Halloween. 🙂 Pinned!


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