Let The Kids Be Creative With These Crafts

Children doing autumn handcrafts

It’s finally Fall! And you know what that means… time for some fun crafts with the kids! These easy fall crafts are perfect for getting your little ones into the Autumn spirit. From Thankful Turkeys to homemade window clings, there are plenty of fun activities to keep them busy (and creative). So grab those glues and scissors and get ready for some Fall fun! Here are four easy crafts that your kids will love.

1. Thankful Turkey 

Thanksgiving is a time for family, friends, and giving thanks. But it’s also a time for Turkeys! Before the big day, sit down with your loved ones this year and make some “Thankful Turkeys” together. It’s a fun activity that will bring everyone closer as you share what you’re all grateful for. From the simple things in life to the absurd, there’s always a reason to be thankful. And who knows, this may just become a new Thanksgiving tradition!

2. Turkey Flappers

Thanksgiving is just around the corner, and we all know what that means – time to start thinking about fun crafts for the kids! These adorable turkey flappers made from recycled tin cans, ribbon, Elmer’s glue, and other crafty odds and ends are sure to be a hit with your little ones. As a bonus, it’s made of recycled materials, so you can feel good about being green this year.

3. Gobble Tops 

What better way to show your appreciation this Thanksgiving than by making these Thanksgiving paper plate turkey hats with your kids? These easy and fun Thanksgiving crafts will surely put a smile on everyone’s face. All you need is paint, scissors, glue and paper plates. So what are you waiting for?

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4. Homemade Fall Window Dressing 

It’s time to get crafty! This fun and easy project is perfect for kids of all ages. You only need a few supplies, including puffy fabric paint, wax paper, and a printed template. To make the template, find a leaf shape you like online, copy and paste it into a word document, and then print it out. Lay the wax paper over the template. When done tracing the leaves, remove the wax paper and enjoy your Fall-themed decoration!


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