Check out this adorable Thanksgiving turkey craft for kids that doubles as a snack!
Earlier this year I decided that I really wanted to try to be more festive this year. It gets tricky though because everything lands so close together, we have 2 birthdays in October, then Thanksgiving, then all the December holidays. Not to mention still keeping up with all your regular mom stuff and a home business. Whew!
I’m half way through, birthdays went extremely well and now it’s time to focus my energy on Thanksgiving. I’ve found it’s much more fun if I incorporate my toddler in helping me prep for all the festivities. That way I’m able to spend quality time with her and “get my holiday on” at the same time!
We’re starting off the festivities with this adorable turkey craft! I adore how this craft turned out because it’s both a decoration AND a holiday treat (not to mention it also makes a great gift for grandparents, aunts, uncles and cousins when you all get together).
DIY Turkey Snack + Craft
- Sandwich Bags
- Construction Paper
- Red Balloons (or red construction paper as an alternative)
- Horizon Cinnamon Snack Grahams (2 Boxes)
- Horizon Whole Milk (to pair with your snack)
We made the craft earlier today as one of our 10 minutes of play. It’s a little “segment” we do here and there on our Facebook page that reminds us to slow down and really play and hang out with our kids!
We used one of the boxes of snack grahams for the craft and the other box (+ the milk) to satisfy our munchies while we were working on the craft.
I am in love with how they turned out but have a feeling they won’t last too long in our house. Maybe we’ll make a few more and eat one a day as a count down till Thanksgiving!
Next on the to-do list is choosing a few favorites from this giant list of Thanksgiving activities and decorations and start tackling them one by one!
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