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10 Thankful Thanksgiving Crafts!!

Around any holiday, it’s easy for the hubbub and busy-ness to obscure the meaning of the holiday. Here are 10 crafts to help your kids bring the meaning of Thanksgiving into your home. Check out these interactive Thanksgiving crafts after the jump:


  • Thankful Yarn Turkey Craft 1 of 10
    Thankful Yarn Turkey Craft
    Here's a great kids craft ... and that counts their blessings on every feather.
    Learn how at Parents.com
  • Thankful Countdown Banner 2 of 10
    Thankful Countdown Banner
    Make every day count with this fun banner.
    Learn how at Tatertots & Jello
  • Paper Bag Turkey 3 of 10
    Paper Bag Turkey
    Make this easy kids craft to count kids blessings.
    Learn how at Parents.com
  • Thankful Hand Tree Craft 4 of 10
    Thankful Hand Tree Craft
    Make this cute tree with hand tracings -- kids' or anyone's!
    Learn how at Paper Crafts For Children
  • Thankful Turkey Plate Project 5 of 10
    Thankful Turkey Plate Project
    Here's another cute kids craft -- easy with paper plates.
    Learn how at Crafts For All Seasons
  • Thanksgiving Countdown Calendar 6 of 10
    Thanksgiving Countdown Calendar
    Use this cute craft year after year.
    Learn how at Pottery Barn Kids
  • Thankful Pumpkin Craft 7 of 10
    Thankful Pumpkin Craft
    Here's an easy to make, clever craft to record blessings.
    Learn how at Disney: Family Fun
  • The Thankful Tree 8 of 10
    The Thankful Tree
    Here's another take on the thankful tree -- this time with real branches.
    Learn how at Simply Vintage Girl
  • Printable Thankful chain 9 of 10
    Printable Thankful chain
    This elegant and simple craft reminds us all to be thankful.
    Learn how at Silver Box Creative
  • Pine Cone Thankful Turkey 10 of 10
    Pine Cone Thankful Turkey
    One last kids craft -- with their favorite fall find: pine cones!
    Learn how at Creating Couture Parties

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