Free Printable Thanksgiving Activities. Need I say more? Between the Macy’s parade and these totally doable crafts, your toddler (or big kid) will be occupied until the turkey is on the table.
Thanksgiving hasn’t even happened yet and I already feel like I ate too many mashed potatoes.
Is that even a thing?
Can anyone really eat too many mashed potatoes?
I mean, can they?
Let’s go ahead and file that question in the “ask me at 10PM after Thanksgiving dinner” category.
Speaking of eat-till-you-can’t-eat-no-more, are you hosting Thanksgiving this year? If so, I implore you to make more potatoes than you think you’ll need. JUST TRUST ME. And pie. Also have additional pie on hand.
So. Let’s get to why we’re all here. Free printable crafts. There is no better way to celebrate the holiday season than by going all out Ultimate-Pinterest-Craft-Level-Supreme.
These Free Printable Thanksgiving Activities are the perfect way to entertain your toddler, preschooler, or big kid on turkey day (or even to fill up your already over-filled wall of toddler crafts). Either way, stuffing is in the oven, mashed potatoes are almost ready, and there are crafts to be crafted. And then pie.
Free Printable Thanksgiving Activities for Kids
This free printable contains a black and white page that kids can color and one already in full color. Older kids can fill these out at the Thanksgiving table, while little ones can be “interviewed” – which would make a really cute keepsake for when they’re older.
With 10 different printables, your toddler can choose which hat they’d like to create! This even makes the perfect kids’ table activity. Just picture it: your little gobblers wearing turkey hats and feasting on those ‘taters.
This adorable booklet is jam-packed with seasonal activities to keep the little ones busy while mom and dad play musical chairs with casserole dishes and a hot oven.
Print these out and laminate them and you’ve got a super fun (and interactive!) table setting. Have kids help set the table and then fill out their placemats while you’re plating up.
This fun, interactive book has several different activities for little ones to do. Adults might also enjoy gluing on the turkey’s feathers. Just saying.
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Educational? Thanksgiving? Yes and yes. Coloring by numbers (as an adult) is almost therapeutic. While younger toddlers won’t be able to identify the numbers, they will definitely have fun coloring.
Who doesn’t love a good mason jar project? This is the perfect way to keep the kid’s art supplies organized on Turkey Day. It also makes a super cute centerpiece for the kid’s table. Instead of art supplies, you could also fill it with plastic utensils!
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