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Thanksgiving Gives Perspective {30 Days of Thanksgiving Activities for Kids – Day 28}

    Yesterday I began a series about Thanksgiving, Advent & Christmas, showing how they should be connected. The Thanksgiving holiday sets up Advent & Christmas. One way we can refocus our family’s Christmas season is to focus on being thankful. Let’s face it, Christmas brings stress.  I still remember crying on Christmas Day because… Continue Reading

Encourage Thankfulness In Advent {30 Days of Thanksgiving Activities for Kids – Day 27}

With a few days before December starts, I’m posting several ideas on using THANKS to prepare for Advent…Let me know how you prepare for Advent. This is the first of 4 posts about Thanksgiving, Advent & Christmas. Advent begins in a week. What are you doing to prepare for Christmas through this coming Advent Season?… Continue Reading

Homemade Butter Recipe {30 Days of Thanksgiving Activities for Kids – Day 25

Yep, it’s after Thanksgiving but you can use this homemade butter recipe during the Christmas holidays too. Butter-making has been going on since the Pilgrims landed in America. Why not continue that tradition with your children today? This will give them a glimpse of life during the First Thanksgiving. For the recipe, click below:  … Continue Reading

Thankful Turkey Hand Art {30 Days of Thanksgiving Activities for Kids – Day 24}

While you’re with the family this weekend, let the kids make these fun thankful turkey hand art pieces.   I love today’s Thanksgiving activity for kids. It is making Turkey Hand Art. These are super cute decorations for your house or Thanksgiving table. They are so easy to have the kids make and then you… Continue Reading

Turkey Silverware Napkin Ring {30 Days of Thanksgiving Activities for Kids – Day 21}

Today I have more DIY Thanksgiving crafts for your kids. This is an easy and really cute way to decorate your Thanksgiving table.  It only takes a toilet paper roll, pipe cleaners, googly eyes and a little construction paper. Click the link below to access the directions: Previous 30 Days of Thanksgiving Activities for Kids:… Continue Reading

Thanksgiving Photo Booth Props {30 Days of Thanksgiving Activities for Kids – Day 20}

Have you seen these fun Thanksgiving photo booth props … for free? Do your kids love to dress up or act things out? Use these photo booth props to create super cute photos… Or let your younger kids use their imaginations and see what stories they come up. If your kids are a little older,… Continue Reading

Ways to Give Thanks At the Table {30 Days of Thanksgiving Activities for Kids – Day 19}

Creative ways to give thanks at the table this Thanksgiving. When I grew up, we took turns sharing what we were thankful for . . . before we at the meal sitting in front of us.  Oh man, it was sometimes hard to concentrate when you were young & hungry. Here are 3 ways your… Continue Reading

Thanksgiving Games of Jeopardy {30 Days of Thanksgiving Activities for Kids – Day 18}

Fun Thanksgiving games My kids loved playing games to learn the materials they needed to learn. So when I found this Jeopardy style game on Thanksgiving, I thought it was perfect for our 30 Days of Thanksgiving Activities for Kids. Make sure to show the videos to your kids!Enjoy these Free Thanksgiving games – Click… Continue Reading

Giving Thanks At The Table {30 Days of Thanksgiving Activities for Kids – Day 16}

Fun Thanksgiving DIY table decorations with a purpose When I was growing up, my dad had us go around the table and say what we were thankful for. The past few years, we’ve put a twist on this activity. My favorite twist was writing down our thanks on a colored feather & inserting it into… Continue Reading

Turkey & Pilgrim Hat Cookies {30 Days of Thanksgiving Activities for Kids – Day 15}

Check out these fun Thanksgiving cookie ideas today! For years we have made these turkey cookies with our family. I found another FUN cookie to make at Thanksgiving…Pilgrim hats with Reese’s. Of course, my daughter loves tradition and told me she would be making turkey cookies. So, I guess I’ll be taking ingredients for both… Continue Reading