Mayflower Crafts For Thanksgiving – Kid Friendly Things To Do .com

The turkey usually steals the show on Thanksgiving, but the Mayflower should really have the spotlight! Simple Mayflower crafts for kids!

The turkey usually steals the show on Thanksgiving. It was the Mayflower that started it all, and deserves the spotlight! Here are some super cute crafts that will help the kids get their “learn on”, and remind them of the story of the first Thanksgiving!

  • The turkey usually steals the show on Thanksgiving, but the Mayflower should really have the spotlight! Simple Mayflower crafts for kids!
  • I will never pass up a hand print holiday craft! They are so sentimental to parents, and grandparents. This is from Tippytoe
  • The turkey usually steals the show on Thanksgiving, but the Mayflower should really have the spotlight! Simple Mayflower crafts for kids!
  • All from one paper plate! Find this at Kids Activities
  • The turkey usually steals the show on Thanksgiving, but the Mayflower should really have the spotlight! Simple Mayflower crafts for kids!
  • Using coffee sleeves! Just one more reason to have coffee! 😉 From 4 Crazy Kings
  • The turkey usually steals the show on Thanksgiving, but the Mayflower should really have the spotlight! Simple Mayflower crafts for kids!
  • Coffee stirrers! Coffee is just so important! This is from Parenting
  • The turkey usually steals the show on Thanksgiving, but the Mayflower should really have the spotlight! Simple Mayflower crafts for kids!
  • What a pretty place card this would make! From Better Homes & Gardens
  • Then there’s the ones from our pre-school teachers!
  • The turkey usually steals the show on Thanksgiving, but the Mayflower should really have the spotlight! Simple Mayflower crafts for kids!
  • This one uses a paper plate cut in half, and a straw to connect the sails
  • The turkey usually steals the show on Thanksgiving, but the Mayflower should really have the spotlight! Simple Mayflower crafts for kids!
  • This one is just cut from paper. The sails are curled under at the tops. A wooden skewer is pushed through the sails. 
  • The turkey usually steals the show on Thanksgiving, but the Mayflower should really have the spotlight! Simple Mayflower crafts for kids!

~ Melissa -KidFriendlyThingsToDo.com


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