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Are you looking for some cute Thanksgiving crafts for kids? Look no further! I’ve rounded up twenty amazing crafts that your preschoolers are sure to love!
These crafts will make great holiday decorations. Use handprints and footprints to make keepsakes you’ll fondly look back on as your kids grow. Others are just plain in-the-moment Thanksgiving holiday fun!
Which Thanksgiving craft will you and your preschoolers make first?
With paper lunch bags and streamers, your preschoolers can make some fun turkey puppets.
Which of these preschool Thanksgiving crafts will you and your preschoolers try first?
PRESCHOOL BOOKS ABOUT THANKSGIVING
Fill your book basket with a great collection of Thanksgiving picture books. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.
If you have a hard time finding them, you can order them through my Amazon affiliate links by clicking the images below.
How to Catch a Turkey – A turkey is running loose in a school right before a Thanksgiving play. Can YOU help catch it? Follow along as students turn their school upside down trying to catch the turkey, ending with a twist that ensures no turkeys are harmed (or eaten!).
Turkey Trouble – Turkey is in trouble. Bad trouble. The kind of trouble where it’s almost Thanksgiving . . . and you’re the main course. But Turkey has an idea–what if he doesn’t look like a turkey? What if he looks like another animal instead?
10 Fat Turkeys – Girls and boys will gobble up this hilarious story about ten goofy turkeys and their silly antics: swinging from a vine, strutting on a boar, doing a noodle dance, and more.
Do you smell that? Is it fall or your new pumpkin pie play dough kit. This homemade pumpkin scented play dough kit is perfect as a party favor, holiday goody bag or even a fun activity at home.
Welcome autumn and encourage creativity in your children with this fall-themed felt creations busy bag. Practice counting and exploring patterns as you put on the turkey’s feathers.