One of my favorite holidays to celebrate in the classroom is Thanksgiving. On one hand there are so many activities that you can do with your students to help them express gratitude for the things in their lives. On the other hand, there are tons of cute turkey and pumpkin crafts, games, and other activities that you can do with your students as well! These Thanksgiving activities and crafts will make for some fun times in your classroom. Whether you have a classroom party coming up or you want to party all Fall, you’ll be able to find some cool things to do with your students.
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Here are few Thanksgiving craft, food, and activity ideas from around the Internet:
Quilled Easy Turkey Craft from Conserva Mome
Thanksgiving Thankful Turkey Printable from Destination Family Fun
Thanksgiving Turkey Pear Craft & Appetizer from Desert Chica
Turkey Juice Box Craft from Jinxy Kids
Thanksgiving Place Holders from Coffee With Us 3
Coffee Filter Turkey Activity from Busy Kids Happy Mom
Circle of Thanksgiving Bracelet The Preschool Toolbox
Shake Your Tail Feathers Game from Play Party Plan
Pony Bead Indian Corn from Cutesy Crafts
Scarecrow Paper Plate Craft from Finding Zest
Thankful Turkey Candy Corn Craft from Mommy Moment
Fabric Pumpkins from Sustain My Craft Habit
Thanksgiving Toilet Paper Turkey Craft from Our Wasabi Life
Which one of these activities would you like to do in your classroom? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
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