Mayflower Craft Template

Paper plates and popsicle sticks create a moving Mayflower craft your students will love. It’s a great craft to do when learning about the Pilgrims or the first Thanksgiving.  Want to take the craft a step further?  Have students write a few sentences about the Mayflower or the Pilgrim’s journey on the back of the plate. […]

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Paper Bag Turkey Craft

Stuffed Paper Bag Turkey Craft for Kids

I’m just crazy about these little turkeys!¬† They’re so easy to make and almost mess-free.¬† You probably even already have all of the supplies lying around to make them.¬†¬†These turkeys make an adorable bulletin board or classroom display.¬† They’d even look cute sitting on your table on Thanksgiving! Materials brown paper lunch sack 2-4 plastic […]

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Paper Bag Turkey Craft

This post contains affiliate links to products I recommend. ¬†Read my full disclosure statement. I love seeing all the cute¬†turkey crafts pop up in my Pinterest feed this time of year. ¬†Handprint turkeys, footprint turkeys, paper plate turkeys, turkey hats…there’s just so many ways to make an adorable turkey! ¬†My kids are a bit too […]

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Turkey Crafts

turkey crafts for kids

Thanksgiving is just days away! ¬†We’ll be joining the millions of other Thanksgiving travelers as we head down south to visit family. ¬†I haven’t packed a thing yet because we spent the morning making these cute turkey crafts! Scrap Fabric Turkey Use left over fabric scraps to make this colorful turkey! Materials: scraps of fabric […]

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Thanksgiving Videos for Kids

I can’t believe it’s already time to start thinking about turkeys and Pilgrims!¬† This year, I’ve got some fun Thanksgiving activities up my sleeve.¬† My kids are going to watch several videos and then have a specific task to complete after watching each one. Here are some Thanksgiving videos that I’ve come across while planning, […]

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Thanksgiving Writing Prompts

I’m busy planning and creating a few Thanksgiving activities for us to do next week. ¬†I pinned this pin a few months ago about students imagining looking at a character in a book through a keyhole and then writing and drawing about them from that perspective. ¬†I loved that idea, and when I was thinking […]

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