The Thanksgiving season is about coming together and appreciating what you have by giving thanks to others. What better way to appreciate one another by creating new Thanksgiving traditions? We found this resource at www.goodhousekeeping.com that gives great ideas for fun crafts and activities for the whole family!
Thanksgiving Movie Marathon - Football might already be a popular tradition with your family, but get the entire family involved with a fun-filled movie marathon. We found this website that provides at www.countryliving.com plenty of family-friendly thanksgiving themed movies.
Thanksgiving Bingo - After your families have bellies full of food, settle down with a classic game of bingo with a twist with Thanksgiving themed cards. This resource at crazylittleprojects.com has some cute bingo cards you can print off at home.
Thanksgiving Coloring Pages- Keep your kiddos entertained before and after Thanksgiving dinner by printing out some Thanksgiving themed coloring pages. This website at www.crayola.com has a handful of fun and creative coloring pages for your kids to enjoy.
Fall-themed Puzzles- Get into the Thanksgiving spirit and work on Autumn puzzles while you wait for Thanksgiving dinner to be served. On Amazon, there are cute fall-themed puzzles for affordable prices.
Mini Pumpkin Hunt- Don’t wait for Easter to have a fun hunt with your family, have a mini pumpkin hunt! Hide mini pumpkins inside and outside your house and have your kids go look for them.
Thanksgiving Crossword Puzzles- Have the whole family participate in Thanksgiving themed crossword puzzles. This resource at allfreeprintable.com has a variety of free printable crossword puzzles to choose from.
Decorate Thanksgiving Cookies- Check out this awesome spiced sugar cookie recipe at www.foodnetwork.com to make with the family. You can decorate these cookies with colored icings of your choice, pecans, and candy corn.
These are a handful of ideas but the possibilities are endless. Comment down below your family Thanksgiving traditions!
<3 Happy Thanksgiving from Eli & Ali Baby