Thanksgiving is almost here! I had the opportunity to share some easy craft ideas with the viewers of Great Day Live Tampa Bay. The segment was broadcast LIVE at the studio. I had the pleasure of working with hosts, Java and Janelle. If you saw the segment, I hope you enjoyed watching. Check out these adorable Thanksgiving crafts that will keep the kids entertained while you prepare a special meal for the family.
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Paper Plate Pumpkin Pie
- Paper plate
- Orange paint stick or markers
- Brown cardstock
- Cotton balls
- Pumpkin spice
- First, cut your paper plate to resemble pie slices.
- Next, have your child color the middle area using an orange paint stick or marker.
- Have your child cut or tear brown cardstock then glue along the edge of the plate to create the crust.
- Add a little glue to the center of the plate then sprinkle pumpkin spice over it.
- Finally, glue the cotton ball in the center to represent the whipped cream.
Turkey Headband Craft
- Googly eyes
- Glue stick
- Tape or stapler
- First, cut two long strips of brown paper to make the headband.
- Next, trace your child’s hand on different color cardstock then cut. This will be the feathers.
- Create the turkey by tracing two different size cups then cut. Glue to each other.
- Glue two googly eyes to the face of the turkey then add the wattle and beak.
- Use glue or tape to attach the colorful feathers to the back of the turkey.
- Finally, complete the hat by measuring your child’s head and taping the headband together. Glue the turkey to the headband.
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