The kids are off from school tomorrow; which means they're going to be in my way as I attempt to prepare for the big Turkey Day feast and fete. I can't plaster them in front of the television the whole day (ha), so I need to get creative with my activities. I've scoured my favorite blogs for the cutest Thanksgiving crafts.
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They want to feel like they're helping with the preparations, and so I'm asking them to craft some Thanksgiving decorations and projects to display around the house. It'll keep them entertained and engaged and provide some adorably cute creations.
We're sharing a few favorite last-minute kid-friendly DIYs to add to the to-do list tomorrow.
Turkey Crayon Cups make a great addition to the kids' table. (via Kid Friendly Things to Do)
Display your favorite fall photos in this super sweet Turkey Photo Frame. (via The Chirping Moms)
I love that you can put these out as a reminder to family and friends. (via Handmade Charlotte)
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How cute are these silly-sweet turkey headband? Make one for each of your kid guests or have them participate in the project creation before dinner. (via I Heart Crafty Things)
Set the scene with these fun pilgrim hats. (via Creative Family Fun)
Fill these DIY mini cornucopia cones with goodies and treats. (via Janine Huldie)
Share all the things you and your family is thankful for this year. Everyone writes one thing on a leaf to form a wreath. Have the kids prepare the leaves in advance, and then make this a Thanksgiving Day dinner activity. (via The Classroom Creative)
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