It’s the holiday that is almost always skipped lol. It’s right after the family fun Halloween and before the Christmas rush. But! I stand with my fellow Thanksgiving celebraters and am here to share a fun Thanksgiving Table Sensory Craft. Typically this would be a fun craft I would have ready for the kids table but because it’s just us this year its a fun afternoon craft for Miss Kadie.
My favorite part about this craft is that anyone can make it with what you have laying around. Because sensory can be all sorts of textures you are sure to find something. Lucky for me I happen to have a few things laying around and one that I love the most is the scrap paper bundle from the dollar store. Every time I see them I always make sure to pickup a few packs because you know what you can use them for. If you don’t have this option here are a few ideas –
- News Paper
- Scrap crafting paper
- Notebook paper
- Paper bag
- Tissue paper
- Old clothing/towels you can cut up
It really is up to your imagination.
How To Draw A Cornucopia
This may or may not be tricky for you. If you are not the best at drawing I recommend printing one. I however am good at looking at something and coping it in my best version. Starting with the fruit and working your way up so that way you aren’t limiting yourself inside the baske . Nothing has to be perfect because remember it is going to be covered up!
Here’s The Fun Part!
Depending on the age (this is good for 2-6) will depend on how you approach this craft. If they are younger I suggest one color at a time and have them search for the same color so that there isn’t any confusion. For the bigger kids they can go as they choose. Once you finish all of the colors that’s it.
You can leave it on the table for a thanksgiving place mat or hang it up.
For some more fun seasonal fun head over to my friends’ blog to find out what crafts they are up to!
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- Thanksgiving Table Sensory Craft
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