Thanksgiving Food Crafts for Kids

We’re just a few days from one of the most anticipated meals of the year – Thanksgiving. If you’re hosting the family dinner this year, your to-do list is most likely long! Do you have some Thanksgiving-themed craft projects on your list to share with your children as they wait for their calls to the table? If not, this week’s roundup offers one final dose of turkey DIY, but this time with a food twist. Because after all, it’s all about the meal shared with family and friends this week!

Turkey Thanksgiving Snack Bags

Feeling a little hungry while waiting for dinner? Take a cue from That’s What Che Said and turn plastic gloves into a turkey treat.

Bugle Cornucopias Treat Bags

Have your child surprise dinner guests with a sweet treat they assembled themselves. Cookies and Cups offers up a cute printable bag topper to pair with these tasty snack.

Thanksgiving Turkey Pears

It’s OK to play with your food this week! Shrimp Salad Circus shows you how your children can turn a plain pear into a cute Thanksgiving turkey.

Turkey Time Crafting

For Thanksgiving day-of DIY projects, keep the food theme in mind at the craft table by using lunch trays to sort supplies! Cutting Tiny Bites uses one as she shows you how to create some very adorable paper turkeys.


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