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9 Now Ideas for Turkey Crafts with Kids

I am trying SO hard not to completely skip Thanksgiving and go straight to Christmas…but it’s 2020…and I feel like if there is a year to put up Christmas decorations early it’s this year!! BUT I do want to give Thanksgiving it’s proper acknowledgement. I can’t wait to gather with my family and eat all the good food. I am also going to try and do a few Thanksgiving crafts with my little boys. They love little turkey crafts so I decided to search for 9 of the best turkey crafts I could find! Scroll through and pick a few to try with your kiddos. Happy November!!

9 Now Ideas for Turkey Kids Crafts

1. Turkey Stick Puppets for Thanksgiving: These fun turkey stick puppets are made with 2 paper circles and a few embellishments, making it an easy autumn project for all ages.

2. Pot Belly Paper Turkey Craft: How cute is this little turkey with a pot belly? I love this creative craft for kids. (via Kids Craft Room)

3. Turkey Paper Headbands: Such a silly and fun Thanksgiving craft!! Would be so fun to make on Thanksgiving day for all of your family to wear during dinner. (via Sew Woodsy)

4. Turkey Leaf Craft Template: Head outside and go leaf collecting for this simple turkey craft! Make sure to grab leaves of all colors. (via Easy Peasy and Fun)

5. Stained Glass Turkey Craft: Make these stained glass turkeys for festive window decorations in your home. Watch the light shine through!

6. Potato Print Turkey Craft: These are fun and easy potato print turkeys to make this year! This is a great craft that kids of all ages can enjoy.

7. Turkey Popcorn Treat Bags: I love a craft that involves snacks. This turkey popcorn treat bag is perfect for a place setting! (via JaMonkey)

8. Turkey Handprint Craft: Make this turkey handprint for a keepsake of this year’s Thanksgiving. Handprint crafts are so fun to keep and watch their hands grow throughout the years. (via The Best Ideas for Kids)

9. Recycled CD Turkey Kids Craft: With only a few simple supplies {with one being a recycled material so it’s super cheap at that!} this adorable craft takes a total of 10 minutes to complete – start to finish.

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