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Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Thanksgiving Crafts For Toddlers/ Preschoolers

Today I'm sharing with you some easy crafts that you can do with your toddler or preschooler to celebrate Thanksgiving.


Hand And Foot Turkey from Busy Bee Crafts

Popcorn On The Cob from Busy Mom Media

Handprint Turkey from Free Preschool Crafts

Native American Indian Headband from Cool Kid Craft Ideas

Turkey Glove from Readers Digest

Turkey Noisemaker from Craft Sanity

Harvest Necklace from Amazing Moms

Pine Cone Turkey from Free Preschool Crafts

Woven Placemats from Holiday Kids Crafts

Turkey Headbands from A Mommy Talks

Native American Family from Families Online Magazine

Styrofoam Turkeys from Free Preschool Crafts

Pipecleaner Finger Puppets from Craft Jr.

Tear Paper Cornucopia from Examiner

Turkey Finger Puppet from Busy Bee Crafts

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Do you have a favorite Thanksgiving craft that I haven't mentioned here? I'd love to hear about it.
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7 comments:

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  3. super cute ideas love it!!

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  4. Oh. I definitely need to do a couple of these with the kiddos.

    I hope I have the patience!

    Nice to meet you. Stopping by from the blog hop.

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  6. Great list! You don't have my favorite here, which is a thankful tree. Here is ours from last year. I will definitely be making another one this year! My son wasn't even 2 when we did it last year, so I think it is suitable for a wide range of ages.

    http://infantbibliophile.blogspot.com/2009/11/thankful-tree-and-giving-tree-help-me.html

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