Tag Archives: Thanksgiving
We want to start early decorating for Thanksgiving because as soon as Thanksgiving is over it means we can decorate for Christmas. Here is a turkey project to get you in the Thanksgiving mood. A wire coat hanger is the … Continue reading
After Thanksgiving dinner, we just want to sit because we’re so stuffed. Last year the 4th graders made these turkeys. Some of them really look uncomfortable. There are more pictures of these turkeys….enjoy. For the supply list and directions, look under … Continue reading
Brown paper lunch bags are the basic item needed for this Thanksgiving project. One look at this little turkey and you can understand why he’s call an ‘out to lunch’ turkey. The second grade kids did this project and it … Continue reading
This is a timely and useful centerpiece for Thanksgiving. It’s perfect for holding nuts and mints or any other snack that makes a holiday complete. For patterns and directions to make this “Turkey Centerpiece,” look under the Thanksgiving tab in the sidebar.
A wire coat hanger, a brown grocery bag and puzzle pieces are the basic supplies in this Thanksgiving project. Although the puzzle pieces can be glued on with a glue stick, it works better and goes faster with a glue gun. … Continue reading
The best part of the holiday of Thanksgiving is that it reminds us of how blessed we are. It’s important that we stress to our children that God is the source of all that we have and that we should thank … Continue reading
This project helps the kids think about the many ways they have been blessed. Thanksgiving is a great holiday to celebrate with family. I guess it’s a bit of a stretch to think that a turkey would be thankful, after … Continue reading