Below are a few general thanksgiving crafts. You will find cornucopia, log cabin, Fun thanksgiving tree, paper bag turkey and more, to make your 2018 thanksgiving even more eventful, enjoyable and creative.                    Feel free to forward this page (URL) to your friends.

Thanksgiving Cornucopia
Paper Grocery Bags 
Cut the paper bag so that you can flatten it. Cut out the cornucopia cone shape, add a circle to the "open" end. Color it if desired. Cut out pictures of fruit from magazines and glue them onto circle of the horn.

Popsicle Sticks 
Marker Pens 
Construction Paper (or White Paper) 
Create your own log cabin on paper using Popsicle sticks. Coloring the Popsicle sticks, or the trees and grass surrounding the cabin on the paper. 

If you are feeling extra creative, try making a 3-dimensional cabin out of Popsicle sticks. Use a small empty box to help support the sticks while you glue them together. Pull the box out of the middle when you are done, or keep it inside for extra support.

Toilet Paper Roll 
Construction Paper 
Cover roll with black paper. Cut a small circle, draw a face on it, and glue it onto the roll. Other things to add: arms, feet hair hat brim, apron, etc. You can also make Indians and turkeys this way.

2 Paper Grocery Bags 
Construction Paper (fall Colors) 
Crayons, Markers, or Pencils 
Cut open the grocery bags so it lays flat. Cut out a tree trunk and branch shapes . Use colored paper and cut out leaf shapes. Have children write what they are thankful for on the leaves and hang them on the tree.
However, sometimes, it might be a problem about keeping a tree, in which case you can think of a thanksgiving COLLAGE. You Will need:
Old Magazines, Newspapers or Catalogs 
Construction Paper 
Cut out pictures from old magazines or newspapers to make a collage of things you are thankful for this year. Glue the images onto construction paper, overlapping them to form a collage. You can even frame your picture by cutting another piece of construction paper into strips to line the outside of your collage. Be sure to sign it before you post it somewhere.

Brown Paper Bags 
Scrap Construction Paper 
Stuff the paper bag with newspaper, leaving about 3 inches to fold shut. Try to fold it so both ends look the same and then glue it shut. Cut out feather shapes and glue onto bag. Draw and cut out turkey head and neck; making two tabs where the base of the neck will be. Fold one tab forward and one tab back and attach it to the bag.

You will need
Popcorn, Thread & a Needle 
Pop the popcorn according to the instructions on the package. Let it cool... don't eat all of it! ;) 
String a needle with thread, doubled over. Knot the ends of the thread together. Make sure the thread is long enough to make a necklace when doubled in half. 
Stick the needle thr a piece of popcorn until the knot is pulled up close to the popcorn. Continue to string popcorn onto the needle, until you fill up the thread, leaving about a handful at the end of the thread. 
Cut the needle off, then tie the thread in a knot at the end of the popcorn. Tie the ends together to make a necklace.
NOTES! Please ask an adult to help you thread the needle, if you need help. You can also try adding beads, cranberries or other items to the necklace. Bracelets can als be made out. 

You will need:
2 cups baking soda 
1 cup cornstarch 
1 1/4 cup water 
(Food coloring, unless you want white clay.) 

Mix the baking soda, cornstarch and water together in a bowl with a wooden spoon. Transfer it to a saucepan. 
Please ask an adult to help you with the cooking on the stove. Cook the baking soda dough in a saucepan over medium heat, stirring the whole time. The mix will remain liquid for several minutes, but after 4-8 minutes it will start to thicken. Stir more rapidly until the dough begins to pull away from the pan. 
Remove the pan from the heat and turn off burner. Put the dough in a bowl to cool. 
After 10 minutes, knead the dough with your hands. If you want to add food coloring, now is the time to do that. You can separate the dough into smaller portions so you'll have different colors of clay, if you'd like. Put the clay in a plastic bag or air-tight container. In about 2 hours, the clay will be ready for you to use. 
NOTES! This clay is very easy to work with and can be easily modeled by just about any age. The clay is non-toxic, but won't taste very good if you eat it. It will keep several weeks in an air-tight bag or container. If you'd like to keep the things you make, the clay will air dry. Once it's completely dry you can paint it, if you are using white clay. 

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