Creative Crayon Club: Childrens Thanksgiving Fun

November 17, 2007 at 11:37 pm | Posted in Creative Crayon Club, dads, Families, Holidays, Mothers, relationships, Self Esteem, siblings, Tweens | Leave a comment
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Q of the week

Here are three activities that happen to be on one site that my family has loved to do over the years. 

  • Village people: Use old toilet paper tubes to create fun little puppets.  We generally make a short skit from the toilet paper people.  Sometimes serious and other times funny.  We have generally done these before Thanksgiving. 
  • The turkey:  Paper bags can be a fun to do on thanksgiving when there seems to be a need for the kids to have something.  When your kids are making these please remember that the activity is for the enjoyment of the making and not for the perfection of the product.
  • The third activity is a simple way to take a gift to another house.  Or you can make it and use it at home. 

Have a wonderful and Thankful Holiday!

Also, don’t forget:  Preview of the first Thoughtful Thursday audio release at “Thanksgiving: The Gentle Holiday.”

Get your copy of “Thanksgiving: The Gentle Holiday” today and start to feel thankful for the blessings of Thanksgiving again!

Children and Family

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