Looking for a fun Thanksgiving activity to do with your kids?
Bring the first Thanksgiving to life! These Free Thanksgiving Story Cutouts are the perfect way to teach your children about the first Thanksgiving. They’ll love learning and recreating this story, while also practicing their fine motor skills.
You can use these cutouts on a poster board or glue them onto jumbo craft sticks to recreate the story together as a family. The kids will love it, and you’ll feel great knowing that they learned something new. What could be better than spending time and making memories with your family? Nothing! These cutouts make it easy to create memories that last forever.
Eleven cutouts in all, and they are…
First Thanksgiving Feast – two different scenes
Turkey – two sizes
Pilgrim and Indian Boy
Pilgrim and Indian Girl
Supplies You'll Need
Depending on if you'll go with the poster board route, or with the jumbo craft sticks depends on what supplies you'll need.
- white copy paper or a heavy cardstock
- jumbo craft sticks
- poster board
- laminating machine, and sheets
Simply print on white copy paper, or card stock, and cut them out. If you choose to laminate them, you can cut them out before or after. It's up to you. It may be easier for the younger kids to cut before laminating. Now it's time to either glue the characters on a poster board or attach a jumbo craft stick to the back of each character with tape or glue.
Now, it's time to make some great memories! Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours! <3
SHARING IS CARING 🙂
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