Free Thanksgiving Placecards, Stickers & More for Kids!

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Peter Ardito
Peter Ardito

Thanksgiving Placemats

Let the kids be your helpers by setting their own table. With these placemats, they can know exactly where the plates, utensils and glasses go. Give them a few crayons and you can keep them entertained while they wait for their food, too!

Make Your Own Placemats

Download your own thanksgiving placemat! Simply print out, and color in bright holiday colors!

Peter Ardito
Peter Ardito

Thanksgiving Napkin Rings

Even paper napkins will look adorable with these festive Thanksgiving rings!

Make Your Own Napkin Rings

Setting the dinner table has never been more fun! Print out these napkin rings and have kids carefully cut out each one. (Help your child if you think she's too young to use scissors.) Let them color them in with markers or crayons, then fasten the rings together with clear tape on the back and slide onto paper or cloth napkins -- voila!

Thanksgiving Place Cards

Have the kids personalize their place cards ahead of time and put them in hat. Let each kid pull a card out of the hat and place it on the table clockwise. Chance will decide who sits by whom!

Make Your Own Place Cards

Print out enough place cards for each guest. Cut out on the solid black lines, color in the pictures, and write each guest's name. They'll love it!

Directions for making a paper Mayflower centerpiece for your Thanksgiving celebration.

Peter Ardito
Peter Ardito

Thanksgiving Stickers

Bring a smile to a child's face with these stickers. Just print this page on a special sticker sheet designed for your printer. Then have your kids color the stickers, and cut them out. The children can use them to decorate placemats, note cards, or just for fun.

Make Your Own Stickers

To get your own cute Thanksgiving stickers, simply print this page on a special sticker sheet designed for your printer. Then have your kids color and cut out the stickers.

Peter Ardito
Peter Ardito

Hand-Turkey Paper Dolls

This "wardrobe" for your turkey hands is both creative and festive; plus, your finished craft can double as a Thanksgiving dinner decoration!

Make Your Own Hand-Turkey Paper Dolls

Making this turkey's wardrobe is easy! Kids and guests can trace their hand on a sheet of paper or heavier cardstock, then cut out the hand shape. (Make sure to supervise with little kids who are using scissors.) Add an eye and mouth to the thumb on the cutout, then dress up your turkey in traditional garb or cool-kid costumes! You can either fold back the tabs to put the outfits on the turkey's fingers, or use a little glue to stick them on.

Leaves of Thanks Garland

This leaf garland is a perfect way for you to show family members how much you care about them. Print out as many leaves as there are guests for a personalized holiday decoration.

Make Your Own Leaves of Thanks

Print out our leaf template on either white or colored paper and have your kids color and decorate the leaves before guests sit down to dinner. Put a leaf in front of each place setting and ask everyone to write his name and something he is thankful for. Punch two holes in the top, and string them on a piece of thin cord and hang next to your dinner table.

Peter Ardito
Peter Ardito

Thanksgiving Place Cards

These easy-to-make place cards are the perfect final touch to a Thanksgiving dinner! Just make sure you print out enough place cards so that everyone can have one!

Make Your Own Place Cards

Download this place card template before your guests arrive, then print and cut as many place cards as you have guests, and write each guest's name to add a homemade touch to your Thanksgiving meal!

Travel Bingo Cards

Whether you're traveling to grandmother's house or staying at home, keep the kids entertained with these fun and easy bingo games!

Make Your Own Bingo Cards

Print out these bingo cards and grab some office supply stickers in bright colors ato use as bingo chips -- that way, you're not scrambling to find the missing chips when your little ones clear their cards for another round!

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