Tuesday, October 30, 2012

30 Days of November Crafts for Kids

November is just around the corner and it's time for me to start planning crafts and activities for the Daycare Kids.  It's a time for us all to remember all our blessings and to enjoy the extra time with friends and loved ones.  As we gear up for Thanksgiving, we've got lots of turkey and Fall crafts in the works.  I hope you'll find lots of great ideas to help you make the most out of your time with your little ones :)

Here are some of our favorite crafts from last year:
  1. Hand & Footprint Turkey Craft & Poem - great for grandparents
  2. Turkey Math
  3. Toilet Roll Turkeys
  4. Painted Hand Turkeys
  5. Pine Cone Turkeys - great for the kids' Thanksgiving table
  6. T for Turkey
  7. Easy Pilgrim and Native American Hats - great for dramatic play
And here are some new ones from some fabulous sites that we're looking forward to trying this year!

8.  The Tree of Thanks - In Lieu of Preschool
9.  Turkey Handprint Shirt - See Vanessa Craft
10.  Coffee Filter Fall Twig - Mama Scout
11.  Candy Corn Scarecrow - Housing a Forest
12.  Popsicle Stick Scarecrow - Projects for Preschoolers
13.  Autumn Discovery Bottles - Playful Learners (Great for babies and toddlers)
14.  Fall Leaves Matching Game (printable) - Mama Miss
15.  Turkey Napkin Rings - Crafty Moms Share or Leaf Napkin Rings - Happy Hooligans
16.  Thankful Heart Turkey - CraftoArt
17.  Pasta Turkeys - Living Life Intentionally
18.  Paper Bag Turkey - The Golden Gleam
19.  Nature Family - Kitchen Counter Chronicle
20.  Coffee Filter Tie Dye Turkey - Busy Kids = Happy Mom
21.  Thanksgiving at the Tappletons' (Story & Craft) - JDaniel4's Mom
22.  Paper Plate Turkeys - My Buddies and I
23.  Turkey Snowflake - Local Fun for Kids
24.  Seasonal Sensory Bins - The Good Long Road
25.  Pumpkin Pie Play Dough and Spin Art Turkey - 2 Big 2 Little
26.  Felt Leaf Bunting - Celebrations
27.  Kool-aid Pumpkins - Housing a Forest
28.  Fall Tree Craft - All Done Monkey
29.  Autumn Fingerprint Tree - The Fairy and the Frog
30.  Fall Wind Chimes - Red Ted Art

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28 comments:

  1. Ooh - I LOVE this! You have such great round-ups! Thanks for including our pasta turkeys! I am sharing this with my Facebook readers =-)

    Beth

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  2. Thanks for sharing my sensory bins! Great round up. I will be sharing this too!

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  3. Love it! Thanks for including us! Pinned it twice :)

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  4. I love the T is for Turkey craft. that's so cute. Thanks for including as in the roundup!

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  5. Thanks for including our paper plate turkeys, I'll pin this to my November Pinterest board!

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  6. love it! thanks for including me :) Pinning now!!

    xx m

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  7. Oh, what a great round up! Thanks for including my turkey napkin rings!

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  8. Great round up. I would love if you would add this to my Mom's Library Weekly Link-Up.
    http://heymommychocolatemilk.blogspot.com/2012/10/moms-library-link-up-3-for-me.html

    Thanks and Be Blessed,
    Julie

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    1. Thanks for stopping by Julie! We're always happy to link up with fun blogs :)

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  9. This is a really great list. Found you via Pinterest. I'd love for you to share this with my Season's Best {Thanksgiving} Link-Up. Happy to be a new follower of your beautiful blog!

    http://www.fullhands-fullhearts.com/2012/11/seasons-best-thanksgiving-link-up.html

    Thanks so much!

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    1. Holli - Thanks for stopping by! I'd love to share :) I hope you find lots of activities that you can use here!

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  10. thank you so much for sharing my coffee filter leaves! what a great roundup!

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  11. This is a great list! Just posted a link on Craft Gossip!

    http://lessonplans.craftgossip.com/?p=7125

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  12. Featuring you this week at Mom's Library!

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  13. Loved this. Featured you on my site today! I included your image, but let me know if you'd prefer I don't and I can remove it. Great list of ideas!!

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  15. Love all the crafts...can't wait to do some of them with my kiddies!
    sarah from mylittlesmarites.blogspot.com

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  20. Thanks for the great ideas! This should keep me and my little sister busy!

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  21. I loved your list! Iwas glancing through Pinterest while my daughter was finishing up her schoolwork to kind something fun to do with my preschool son. I saw this post, looked through, and quickly got the items for the "T is for turkey" craft. Both my 2nd grader and my preschooler loved it! I am keeping your list handy for the remainder of the month :) Hope you have a December/Christmas list out or coming soon ;)

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    1. Thanks Suzette! We love that one, too :) There is a list for December (and each of the month's) that you can find by using the search bar on the right. Thanks for stopping by! :)

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