One of my favorite holidays is Thanksgiving. I love the food, the smells and the feeling of togetherness that it brings to friends and family. The best part about the Thanksgiving though is sharing it with my kids. I love asking them what they are thankful for on Thanksgiving and using fun ways for them to express those feelings to the people we care about.
We all are thankful for something on Thanksgiving and what better way to show that than with a fun and easy craft! Check out these 10 Thanksgiving crafts for kids to show their grateful featuring crafts from some of my favorite fellow bloggers.
Krystyn from Really, Are You Serious has a super cute way for kids to show their gratitude with her Thankful Turkey craft! This little gobbler not only looks cute but lets kids express what they’re thankful for on their turkey’s feathers.
Paper Bag Gratitude Journal
Ellen at Confessions of an Overworked Mom shows kids how they can write down all they’re thankful for in her unique, Paper Bag Gratitude Journal craft!
Ruth at Viva Veltoro shows you how to make the perfect Thanksgiving themed favors to celebrate friends with her Friendsgiving Favors craft. Great for class gifts or Thanksgiving handouts!
Count Your Blessings Thanksgiving Jar
Megan at NEPA Mom shows kids a great way to share what they love with her Count Your Blessings Thanksgiving Jar craft. Perfect for a year-round way to show gratitude!
Brett from This Mama Loves gives families a really fun and different way to preserve memories and show their gratitude with her Memory Tablecloth craft!
Thankful Turkey Toilet Paper Roll
Marina from Mommy Snippets offers up a fun and engaging way for preschoolers to show thanks with her Thankful Turkey Toilet Paper Roll craft!
Thanksgiving Conversation Starter Cards
Deanna from Honey & Lime has a great Thanksgiving-themed activity for older kids with her Thanksgiving Conversation Starter Cards craft! Teens can think up fun and interesting notes to place on the cards for an interesting dinner conversation.
Thanksgiving Treat Tags
Tammy from Three Different Directions has the perfect go along for handmade holiday treats with her Thanksgiving Treat Tags craft! Kids can even add a special touch using their fingerprints for the owl’s wing.
Family Thankful Jar
Kathy from A Mom’s Impression has a wonderful way of teaching toddlers to be thankful with her Family Thankful Jar!
Diane over at Suburbia Unwrapped has created a beautiful and unique way for kids and families to share what they’re grateful for with her Thankful Tree craft! This would make a stunning centerpiece for any holiday table.
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