As my children get a week-long fall break at Thanksgiving, I have been looking for fun activities to provide at home. With so many talented and giving bloggers, I am thrilled to highlight my favorite Thanksgiving activities from around the Internet. Enjoy!
- Pictorial tutorial to make an apple and mason jar votive centerpiece from the Krazy Coupon Lady
- Free Thanksgiving party printables from Amanda’s Parties to Go
- Turkey Rice Krispy Treats at Amy’s Finer Things
- Oreo Turkeys and Cookie Pilgrim Hats at Our Best Bites
- Hershey Kiss Acorn Treats by the Krazy Coupon Lady
Free Thanksgiving Printable Packs
- Thanksgiving pack by Homeschool Creations
- Thanksgiving pack by All Our Days
- Thanksgiving pack by Creative Learning Fun
- Thanksgiving Unit Study by Meet Penny
- Dot marker sheets by 3 Dinosaurs
- Thanksgiving pack by 3 Dinosaurs
- Pre-K pack by This Reading Mama
- Math pack by Royal Baloo
- Autumn Pre-K pack by Intentional Mama
- Preschool pack by Our Little Monkeys
- Lots of Thanksgiving worksheets posted by Blessed Beyond a Doubt
- The Gratitude Jar by Paper Coterie
- Hand print Turkey Keepsakes by Share and Remember
- Thankful Tree by the Krazy Coupon Lady
- Thankful Tree by Simply Rebekah
- Turkey Finger Puppets by Tip Junkie
- Pilgrim Paper Dolls by Creative Connections
For more planning ideas, visit this list of 70 free Thanksgiving resources by The Better Mom or the list of Thanksgiving Planners from Amy’s Wandering.
As this fall season is very busy for lots of families, these resources are highlighted for your information. If your plate is full, then bypass these activities. In using time wisely, I only present this list to help those looking for Thanksgiving resources this fall season.
My plate is quite full, but I am printing lots of these Thanksgiving packs for my daughter. She loves the games and puzzles. By reinforcing her desire to learn and decorate, these printables bring lots of fun to my family. Enjoy your family activities around your table, your house, and your community. Happy planning!
Question: What Thanksgiving activities is your family planning?