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7 Thanksgiving Crafts, Snacks And Activities For Kids

Oct 6, 2015

Celebrate Thanksgiving with easy crafts, simple decorations, delicious snacks and one silly Big Block Singsong video.

1. Veggie Turkey Snack

This cute little veggie turkey snack makes a great appetizer for Thanksgiving dinner, or an anytime snack for kids. More >

A vegetable snack in the shape of a turkey.

2. Thanksgiving Thanking Tree

Make a simple thanking tree to share all things your family is thankful for. More >

A child places a paper leaf on a paper thanking tree.

3. 3D Turkey Papercraft

Visit Kids' CBC 2 for this simple papercraft. Print, cut and glue to make your own 3D turkey. More >

Printable 3d turkey

4. Stamped Leaf Garland Of Thanks

A garland of thanks is an easy way to show gratitute in your home. This one comes together quickly and makes a bright Thanksgiving decoration. More >

A colourful leaf garland.


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5. Mess-Free Pool Noodle Turkey Puppet

We love this ridiculously simple and mess-free Thanksgiving turkey craft, made with feathers and pool noodles. More >

A turkey made from pool noddles, feathers and a clothespin.

6. CD Turkeys

Upcycle old CDs or DVDs into adorable turkeys. A quick and easy craft. More >

A brown turkey with colourful feathers and googly eyes.

7. Watch Eat by Big Block Sing Song

A hungry big block gets down to a dance beat and tries to figure out how to make his stomach stop growling. A turkey dinner might be the perfect cure! More >

A red big block sits in front of a turkey dinner.

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