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#4 Craft a Glittering Banner ||||
Kids love glitter (really, who doesn't?) but it can be messy, making these glammed-up chipboard letters a great project for older children. #9 Foam and Straw Turkey ||||
Just a little adult prep and basic craft supplies are all you need to keep kids busy for hours creating these cute turkey decorations. Get crafting now to make your own. #1 Paper Leaf Centerpiece ||||
Take the kids for a stroll outdoors to gather bare branches to fill with colorful card-stock leaves for this easy Thanksgiving centerpiece. #6 Give Them a Place of Their Own ||||
Setting up a separate kids' table for Thanksgiving is as much a tradition as the turkey itself. Make sure their space is full of fun with a kraft paper tablecloth they can write on and small containers filled with art supplies like crayons, feathers, wood beads and leather cording. #2 Make a Chain of Thanks ||||
Turn giving thanks into a game. Print out our free template, attach to twine and ask your guests to anonymously write down what they're thankful for then take turns reading the sentiments aloud during dinner and guessing who wrote them. Get step-by-step instructions for creating the paper chain. #10 Pheasant Place Cards/Party Favors |||| Kids will have as much fun crafting these cute place cards as they will devouring their sweet contents. Our free printable template makes assembly a snap. Ready to make your own? #5 Turn Fall Leaves Into Art ||||
What's more fun than taking the kids for a nature hike on a warm fall day? While you're out, have them search for the prettiest fall leaves you can frame, then include them in a wall grouping with printed seasonal sayings. #3 Whip Up an Easy Banner ||||
Print our free template onto card stock, cut out the letters then attach them to strips of burlap for a rustic banner you can display anywhere. #8 Make a Sailing Ship Centerpiece ||||
Kids will love helping to assemble this large sailing ship centerpiece, which is reminiscent of the vessels that brought Colonists to the new world. It's a cinch to make and will definitely bring a boatload of fun to any Thanksgiving table.
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#6 Give Them a Place of Their Own |||| Setting up a separate kids' table for Thanksgiving is as much a tradition as the turkey itself. Make sure their space is full of fun with a kraft paper tablecloth they can write on and small containers filled with art supplies like crayons, feathers, wood beads and leather cording.
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