Have you noticed how kids wake up extra early Thanksgiving morning? Before you start feeling frazzled, print off these fun, and yes, free Thanksgiving printables, before you get back to crossing things off your Thanksgiving Dinner Checklist.
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Over 25 Free Thanksgiving Printables for Kids
1. While the weather is still cool, and before the sun comes out, send the kids out on a scavenger hunt to cross off the prompts on this Fall Scavenger Hunt List.
2. Test out their unscramble skills with the Gobble Gobble Unscramble Game.
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This fabulous 3D Printable Turkey Craft for preschool which can also be used these as thanksgiving place settings. Get the kids to print, color, assemble and add everyone’s name.. and your have your very own Printable Turkey Place Cards for Kids to Color.
Children love these Thanksgiving worksheets. Each page includes a different activity that encourages kids to learn in a fun way. These Thanksgiving activities would be a fun addition for any preschool or elementary classroom parties.
Engage your kids in a multi-day gratitude challenge and have them practice being grateful throughout the holiday season. This free printable kids gratitude challenge list of ideas helps you on your way.
This Free Thanksgiving Word Search Printable will make any dinner table a hit! There’s nothing more stressful than guests waiting anxiously at the table while you put the finishing touches on Thanksgiving dinner.
Download this Thanksgiving Word Search printable worksheet with 17 Thanksgiving themed vocabulary words. It is a fun holiday activity for the classroom or for the kids to do at home.
If you find the kids, still need something to do, once they finish working on their activity pages, grab some old toilet paper rolls, have them make handprint Thankful Turkeys.
Instead of popsicle sticks, have them write names of people they’re thankful for, on small strips of paper. Fold each strip into a small square, and drop each name into the hollow of the tube. Challenge them to think of as many people as they can, to fill their Thankful Turkeys.
I’m sure, by then, it would be time to serve your Thanksgiving meal.
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Marina is a grateful, South Texas-based mom of two daughters and a son (a 15-year-old, 11-year-old and 7-year-old). Her husband, of 18 years, is her best friend and biggest cheerleader. The family loves soccer, their sweet rescue pup Jingle, good food and traveling!
What tides her through each day? A hot cup of cardamom chai, God's Faithfulness and Philippians 4:13!
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