Oil & Water Galaxy Sensory Bottle • Capturing Parenthood
Are you sick of sensory bottles yet? 🙂 I hope not, because today I’m sharing one of our favorite bottles – an Oil & Water Galaxy Sensory Bottle! I love this bottle, because it truly shimmers and sparkles when each piece of glitter catches a ray of light (just like the millions of stars that […]
Thanksgiving Mats for Pattern Blocks
When my oldest was in Kindergarten, I drew some Thanksgiving Mats for Pattern Blocks for him by hand. And while they served their purpose, I have been working to update them for my preschooler and Kindergartner this year. And now, I also get to share them with you! PLUS, you’ll find a link to an extra ... Read More about Thanksgiving Mats for Pattern Blocks
PAPER STRIPS PUMPKIN: AN EASY FALL CRAFT FOR KIDS
Fall is in the air! Decorate for the season with a paper strips pumpkin craft that’s easy enough for even kids to make! Great for practicing kid’s cutting and gluing skills, all you need is a few pieces of colored paper to get started making this adorable fall craft! This post contains affiliate links. For more in...
7 Thanksgiving Crafts For Your Dinner This Year | Jessica F. Walker | Quirks and Sass Home Decor
More than seven thanksgiving crafts carfeully curated for your holiday this 2019. Make wreaths, thanksgiving turkey games, learn pie crust secrets and more
Thanksgiving Color by Number
FREE Thanksgiving coloring worksheets to practice numbers, fine motor skills and color words. Fun preschool or kindergarten Thanksgiving activity where kids can color turkeys, pilgrims and a ship!
Thanksgiving kindergarten activities for your holiday math centers
Get these fun Thanksgiving kindergarten activities for your classroom or homeschool. Your kids will definitely enjoy these pumpkin pie math worksheets.
Thanksgiving Kids Table Game: Roll A Turkey
*Featured on Woman's Day, Redbook and KSL Studio 5!* Keep kids entertained at the Thanksgiving table with this quick and easy candy game. To play, simply create a card for each player and pour a bowl of plain chocolate candies. When the dice are rolled, add up the numbers and check the color code on the bottom of the sheet. Use the code to place the candies. The first person with a full turkey wins. This listing includes one instruction sheet and one game printable (printing two cards per…