Thanksgiving Craft Ideas for Kids | Dallas Newborn Children and Family Photographer

Thanksgiving is upon us! The weather actually feels like FALL today, and I can’t wait to officially start the Holiday season.  And with the chilly Fall weather outside (today it is only going to be 60 degrees here in Dallas!), some warm craft time inside with the kiddos seems like the perfect way to enjoy those kiddos.

This craft seems SO cute using pencil erasers and paint to make an Autumn tree.  The blog that I got it from IS in a different language, but you get the idea. :)

Autum Crafts for Kids Dallas Newborn Children and Family Photographer(source)

This web-site has a lot of great printables for children to enjoy!

Thanksgiving coloring pages for Kids Dallas Newborn Children and Family Photographer(source)

Cute Turkey!

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A way to remember and give thanks AND incorporate the Thanksgiving turkey.

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This has to be one of my favorites.  Thanksgiving seems to be focused a LOT around the turkey and not so much around Pilgrims and Native Americans.  I did this next craft with my kids to introduce who the Pilgrims were and what the first Thanksgiving was all about.  And using their hands to draw the heads was just plain fun.

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This next image comes from a fellow photographer’s blog.  She has SO MANY cute and WONDERFUL ideas of how to incorporate Thanksgiving into your day with kiddos.  Games and crafts galore!

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And seriously, how could you not end the post with these adorable sugar cookies?  I don’t know if I could eat them….maybe just decorate them!

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What are you doing with your kids this year to enjoy the Thanksgiving spirit?

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