Try this new take on those traditional hand print turkeys. Your tot will get a kick out of his gooey feet and he'll love showing his creation to family.
A craft you can eat? Say no more, mom! You can keep it Thanksgiving themed with seasonal toppings or use whatever you've got in the house.
The First Thanksgiving was all about bringing people together to celebrate what they're most thankful for. A fun way to make this craft come to life is by tying it in with an age-appropriate book. You can read it together before guests arrive or make it a family affair. Afterwards, while he's crafting you can talk about what he's thankful for this year.
Thumbs up, everyone! If you're not into painted feet, try this hand print craft instead. You can do turkeys head on or from the side — just make sure you've got plenty of paint (and wipes!).
As a family, you can do something together to really show off what this holiday is all about. Gather leaves and branches from outside and make them the centerpiece of your table. Before dinner, you can share everything that's on the tree.