1. Oreo Turkeys
Making something out of cookies and candy? You know your kids are in. Find the directions for these super cute turkeys here.
2. Nutter Butter Pilgrims
You can make them all goofy and cross-eyed. Learn how here.
3. Gumdrop Turkeys
Making these will be a fun exercise in learning colors. Try gumdrop turkeys.
4. TP Pilgrims and Native Americans
This craft is terrific for teaching kids about the history of thanksgiving, and makes good use out of empty toilet paper rolls to boot! See how to do it here.
5. Pine Cone Turkey
This turkey isn’t made out of cookies and candy, but your kids will have a great time putting it together anyway. Find the directions here.
6. Turkey Placemats
There are a lot of leaves on the ground, so why not put them to good use? Find the how-to here.
7. Handprint Ship Thanksgiving Card
Your kids will love how their handprint turns into the Mayflower, and when they’re finished they can give it to a loved one. Find the how-to here.
8. Thanksgiving Fortune Cookies
These are such a clever way to express thanks and give Thanksgiving blessings. Try these Thanksgiving fortune cookies.
9. Handprint Turkey Keepsakes
Say hello to your new handbag! Find the directions here.
10. Paper Boat
All you need are: craft paper, paper plates, and a couple straws. Find out how here.
11. Salad Spinner Turkeys
This craft is especially fun for preschoolers, and ingeniously uses a salad spinner to paint the turkey’s midsection. Find the directions here.
12. Footprint Thanksgiving Turkey
Break the hand-turkey mold with this footprint turkey. Find the directions here.
13. Turkey Suncatcher
Everyone will marvel at how pretty it looks hanging in the window. Learn how here.
14. Thankful Tree
Teach your kids the importance of being thankful with this how-to.
15. Thankful Jar
You can also teach this important lesson by making a thankful jar.
16. Felt Turkeys
Parents will appreciate this turkey craft because it’s not messy. Find the tutorial here.
17. Plymouth Rocks
Your kids can make one for each member of the family. Find the directions here.
18. Colorful Glove Turkey
Fill a latex glove with cereal to make a fun turkey craft. Even younger children can get in on the action. Find the how-to here.
19. Pilgrim Hat
Just know ahead of time that your kid will want to wear it at Thanksgiving dinner. Find directions here.
20. Glittery Turkey Treat Pots
These are ridiculously cute, but proceed with caution: glitter is involved. Lots and lots of glitter. Find out how here.
21. Fingerprint Turkeys
Want another adorable way to get your kid’s hands dirty? Try fingerprint turkeys.
22. Pilgrim Crayon Holders
Make these before eating, then put them on the table for your kids to use at dinner. Find the how-to here.