Mayflower Thanksgiving Craft
How cute is this Mayflower Thanksgiving Craft! My son brought it home from school and was so proud of it!
It is the Mayflower ship and made from a half of a individual sized milk carton from the school cafeteria. Simply rinse out and allow the milk cartons to dry then cut in half to a straight razor blade. This should be done by an adult.
- Plastic Straw
- Milk Carton
- Paper/Card Stock
- Black Tissue Paper
Glue black tissue paper around the sides of the milk carton. Cut a straw in half and then cut a “sail” out of card stock. Allow your child to decorate then attach with the straw! This could easily be a place card or center piece for your table! Just add each persons name to the sail.
Be sure to make Mayflower Munch Mix for them to snack on while they make this craft.
Perfect for when you are COOKING the Thanksgiving Feast and need something for the kids to do to keep them busy and out of harms way. Not only that but you will be fostering learning at the same time. One idea is to set up a craft and learning station in your garage or basement so the kids can stay entertained and out of the way while you are busy cooking.
Don’t have a garage or basement, no worries, find any free space or tuck them into the corner of the kitchen if necessary. Put tons of supplies out on a table and be sure to cover the table with newspaper or a plastic table cloth. You may need to cover the floor too. Pick up plastic tablecloths at the dollar store and then let them express themselves. Let the kids create some amazing Thanksgiving themed crafts and work on these worksheets and coloring pages while you are working on the meal.
Here are some Thanksgiving Craft Ideas to keep the kids busy crafting while you are cooking. I would suggest assigning some older teens to watch over and assist the kids if possible.
Other Thanksgiving Craft Ideas include:
Turkey Pinecone Craft
Free Thanksgiving Worksheets
Coffee Filter Turkey
Thankful Thumbprint Tree
Here are some of the Best Ever Thanksgiving Crockpot Recipes we have made! Our families love these recipes and are always asking us to make them for the holidays. Be sure to try some of them this Thanksgiving and save time in the kitchen. You will be able to spend more time mingling with family and friends!
BEST EVER THANKSGIVING CROCKPOT RECIPES:
Turkey Breast of Wonder (Crockpot)
Crockpot Sweet Potato Casserole
Melissa is a football and soccer mom who has been married to her best friend for 24 years. She loves sharing recipes, travel reviews and tips that focus on helping busy families make memories.
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