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Thanksgiving Crafts with Crayola

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If your looking for some fun craft or coloring page ideas for this years Thanksgiving Crayola has some great ideas!

Thanksgiving Handsome Turkeys
Children can celebrate Thanksgiving, and explore shape as they finger paint.
Problem-solving and observation skills come into play as they turn their handprints into Thanksgiving decorations like colorful Turkeys.

Supplies needed: Crayola markers, paint and paper pads

Turkey Table Topper


A gaggle of turkeys are on their way to help kids celebrate Thanksgiving
Kids can create this festive centerpiece  to welcome their holiday guests on Thanksgiving

Supplies needed: Crayola colored pencils, crayons, glue, paint, paper pads and scissors.

Thanksgiving Turkey Napkin Rings


Get ready for fall parties and Thanksgiving!
Kids can create turkey napkin rings that add color to every autumn table.

Supplies needed: Crayola crayons, markers, glue, paint and scissors

Fancy Filter Turkeys

Kids can get involved in Thanksgiving meal preparations.
These awesome turkeys add gob(bler)s of color to any holiday table.

Supplies needed: Crayola crayons, glue, markers, paint, scissors, coffee filters, etc.

 Crayola’s Thanksgiving Coloring Pages

Kids can choose from a large variety of Thanksgiving coloring pages online, print them out, and then use their favorite Crayola tools to create cute and colorful masterpieces!

For a complete listing of Crayola’s Thanksgiving craft ideas, visit for inspiration or vote for your favorite crafts! Additionally, people are encouraged to share their festive creations with Crayola at #ColorfulThanks.

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Amanda Acuña an influential Mom Blogger created MommyMandy as an online resource to the parenting community. She has four children and they currently reside in Texas.


  1. I just love crayola. They make so many wonderful products and I love that they also provide free print offs. There is nothing like a box of crayola crayons and the smell it has.

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