I’m always on the lookout for crafts and activities to keep my toddler occupied. As we are approaching”terrible twos”, he has wayyyyy more energy than any little one should have in a day. Thanksgiving is pretty big in our family. As a military family, the majority of our lives are spent separate for numerous reasons. My husband is either deployed, off at training, working late, etc. Holidays are some of the only times that have any chance of a guarantee that we will be together. Thanksgiving crafts for toddlers are a great way to occupy your little one while you cook and celebrate the holiday. These Thanksgiving crafts will make it easy for moms to cook a holiday dinner with their little ones occupied.
Pinterest is one of my new obsessions. Of course, I had to check out some awesome Thanksgiving crafts perfect for toddlers. Keep reading to see my top picks for the upcoming Turkey holiday.
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Thanksgiving Crafts For Toddlers
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Turkey Hand Painting Craft
This has to be a classic. If your toddler loves hand painting, this would be an easy choice. You could let your toddler choose their favorite colors for the turkey hand painting.
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Fall Wreath Station
This will have a tad less clean up than hand painting. You’ll still need to precut and glue the wreath but it’d be a quicker activity on this busy holiday.
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I couldn’t think of a better activity to teach your toddler about thankfulness. You could do this all in one day or over a period of days.
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Paper Plate Pumpkin Pie Slice
How adorable is this craft? I love how creative and festive this is. This just may be my favorite of the Thanksgiving crafts.
Okay, how cute is this? The colors. The creativity. I’ve changed my mind. This has to be my favorite hands down out of all of the Thanksgiving crafts.
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I’ve actually never tried any Thanksgiving crafts. As Dominic is my first and only, this will be our first Thanksgiving that he’s actually old enough to try holiday crafts.
Have you done Thanksgiving crafts with your kids before? Which is your favorite? Comment below which crafts are most popular within your family.
Until next time…..