For paper Pilgrim Hats:
We used three pieces of black construction paper 9x12" and one piece of yellow for to make two hats.
Fold paper in half (width wise), careful not to make a sharp crease. Then free hand cut a kinda Pilgrim shaped hat, then use yellow to cut out a buckle shape. Glue to front of the hat. With remaining black paper cut into 4 strips length wise. Staple one strip to back side of hat, on either side. Fit to your kid's head and staple to size, trimming excess. There you go! Instant Pilgrim!
|Sonshine insisted on doing "serious" Pilgrim poses.|
Paper Bag Owl Puppet -Print out pattern and have the kids color it. Then glue on brown paper bags. There you go, festive Fall owls!
Thanksgiving Bingo - I found this super cute free printable bingo card game. I printed it out on card stock so it could be reused and to make it educational, we play Bingo only in Spanish. That what the kids are exposed to a different language and I get to practice my rusty Spanish! Win-Win!
Paper Bag Pumpkins- Stuff paper lunch bags2/3's full with old newspaper, use green pipe cleaners to close, then paint green and orange. Let dry and viola! you have paper pumpkins.
Paper Bag Scarecrows- Using the paper bag as a base cut out various shapes with different color construction paper to make clothes. Use googly eyes, and buttons to make it look a little more fancy.