This paper turkey craft would be a great addition to your Thanksgiving holiday table. It's a fun way to get the kids involved in the festivities. Have them make several and add then to the table for a pop of color. And no two turkeys should look the same. Make them as individual and unique as you are.
Here are a few more Thanksgiving crafts to make for your the feast:
Mini Thanksgiving Scrapbook Pilgrim Crafts Gratitude Paper Chain
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Did you know that elephants are one of the most intelligent animals on the planet. this elephant craft for kids is not only easy to make with the template, but it offers a great opportunity to learn about these special creatures. And since it stands up on its own, make several and put on a show or create a story. Or maybe you want to make him some friends.
How about making this giraffe craft or a more no-traditional friend like these llamas or a kangaroo.
Get the template for this elephant craft now.
Here are some Elephant Fun Facts
You probably already know that they are the world's largest land animal, weighing up to 6 tons.Different species have slightly different shaped ears. That's how you can tell the African and Asian varieties apart. The tusks are actually teeth that grow throughout their entire lives....
This paper turtle craft is extra special because it is made from recycle newspaper which you likely already have on hand. Why let something go to waste when you can make something so adorable instead? And make crafting even easier by printing out the free template.
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SUPPLIES FROM THE BAG
NewspaperScissorsGreen construction paper Pencil Markers (or paint) Googly eyes (self-adhesive)Stapler with staples Turtle craft printable
Turtle Craft Instructions
Step 1: Cut Out the Shell
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This Thanksgiving mini scrapbook is such a great way to record your family memories. Take pictures of everyone at the feast. Then have them write what they are thankful for on one of the tags that you create for the album. I've done this a couple of years and really cherish those little scrapbooks. Or maybe you want to fill the Mini Thanksgiving scrapbook with your favorite recipes and pictures of all those yummy foods you enjoy at the holidays.
If you haven't already been participating in our Fall Family Fun Night Challenge, this is your chance. This little piece of art is one of the 6 make and play activities that will come straight to your inbox throughout the Fall. It's an opportunity to make memories with your family without breaking the bank. And each idea also includes an Autumn...
I am so excited for this Halloween kids' activity of making and playing with paper airplanes because I know that it is going to allow you to create so many family memories. It's just one of the activities that are included in our Fall Family Fun Night Challenge. Have you signed up yet? It's never too late. Even if you're reading this in the middle of summer, get the handouts and save them for later.
You will learn how to make several Fall themed paper airplanes in the videos below. But they are just a starting place. No two airplanes should look the same. Start with a basic structure and then create your own design.
Oh, and stick around to the end to for a link to a yummy snack to have during your fun family time....
So glad you have joined us in our crafty little neck of the woods. It’s my job to make your job easier by providing creative ideas for you to make with your kids. Crafting together is so much more than just another thing on the “to do” list. You will be amazed at all of the benefits you receive from the simple act of making things together. No more excuses. Fill your bag and craft along!
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