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Posted on Dec 4, 2013 in Holiday Crafts | Comments Off

Kids Thanksgiving Crafts: Make a Scarecrow Printable

Kids Thanksgiving Crafts: Make a Scarecrow Printable

It’s the perfect addition to your Thanksgiving harvest! Your child can learn to cut while creating a whole family of scarecrows to join yours for a Thanksgiving feast. Kids Thanksgiving crafts like our scarecrow is simple enough for preschool age children to make but allows them to create a complete project that they can be proud of. Just cut along the dotted lines and glue the pieces together. For even more fun, have the kids collect sticks from the backyard that they can attach the scarecrow to and put them on display.   What You Need: Safety Scissors Glue 2 Printable Pages–... Read Post

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Kids Thanksgiving Crafts: How To Make Native American Napkin Rings

Kids Thanksgiving Crafts: How To Make Native American Napkin Rings

Here’s a fun way to make decorative napkin rings that look like a Native American headdress. The items required are ones that you almost certainly have on hand in your home, so you’ll be able to set the kids up quickly! It’s a great opportunity for them to also be involved with the Thanksgiving holiday preparations. They’ll have fun making these easy, colorful kids Thanksgiving crafts, your table will look festive and your guests will be impressed with the personal touch! Smiles all around Here’s all you need: -Paper Towel Tube -Construction Paper -Glue... Read Post

Posted on Dec 4, 2013 in Holiday Crafts | Comments Off

Kids Thanksgiving Crafts: How To Make Indian Corn Jewelry

Kids Thanksgiving Crafts: How To Make Indian Corn Jewelry

In search of festive kids Thanksgiving crafts, we took out our Kid Concoctions Weird Wacky & Wild book and found the prefect project! See below for the “How-To” on making jewelry out of Indian corn. To make Indian Corn Jewelry you will need: Indian corn kernels Sewing needle Thread Bowl Water An adult I couldn’t find loose kernels at any of my local grocery stores, so I bought the decorative bunches of Indian corn sold in the floral department. The first step is to take all the kernels off of the cob. Lori actually had a really fun time popping them all off! Put all the kernels in a bowl... Read Post