Eight Kids Thanksgiving Craft Ideas

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This post is sponsored by Crayola but all opinions are my own.

Only a couple more days til’; Turkey Day! ?Amidst all the feeding frenzy, here are several kids Thanksgiving craft ideas that you can do to keep them busy while you party.

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Color Matching Game

Cute Turkey Finger Project

Turkey Paper Sack Puppets

Thanksgiving Coloring Pages

Turkey Chair Hangers

Play-dough Turkeys

Thanksgiving Color-by-Number Activity Sheets

Kids Thankful Table

Cutelinen cushion covers, right? ?To do these projects, my personal favorite crayon and marker of choice is Crayola. ?There’;s really no comparison. ?I pay extra for the quality. ?And there’;s nothing like coloring for the first time with a brand new Crayola crayon. ?When I was in elementary, all the kids who had those 72 crayon packs were like the ‘;rich’; kids with their fancy crayons.

Want to see even more kids Thanksgiving craft ideas? ?Get inspired by viewing these short videos of fun Thanksgiving Crayola projects!

And one more…;Happy Thanksgiving From Crayola!

This post is sponsored by Crayola but all opinions are my own.

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