Fall is a brilliant time of the year and these November crafts for kids let our little ones embrace all Fall has to offer! When I think of Autumn I think of pumpkins, orange and brown leaves, Thanksgiving, turkeys and hot fires!
I love doing all kinds of seasonal crafts and activities with my pre-schoolers. I think it is a fun way to teach them. When they have fun they learn!
I have stacks of Thanksgiving crafts for kids on my page and some of my favorite craft bloggers have given me permission to share the best of the rest here with you. You can choose from turkeys, pumpkin, wreaths, banners, paper plate crafts and lots more.
I am hoping there will be enough here for the 30 days of the month so you can try and do different kids crafts for November everyday.
I hope you will find the time to try most of these kids crafts for November. I promise I won’t be cross if you do some of them in December, but by then you will be itching to try my winter crafts for kids!
Let’s have some fun tracing your kids hands to make some very cute Thanksgiving decorations with this turkey craft. You can create name holders, decor for your walls, and even a turkey banner or garland for your Thanksgiving dinner.
Thanksgiving is all about thoughfulness and being appreciative of what you have! This can be a difficult to thing to teach kids, but I am hoping this Thanksgiving printable will help them think and list all the things they are grateful for.
There is no reason why the adults can not use this also.
How about this for one of the most unique November crafts for kids?! An edible Paper bag turkey filled to the brim with popcorn! Of course you can have anything inside, could be chips, nuts or sweeties!
I absolutely easy paper crafts for kids at any time of the year! This pumpkin centerpiece is perfect for the middle of your dinner table during November especially if you are entertaining guests.
How pretty is this Fall themed wind chime for kids?! It is super simple to make and looks so lovely blowing in the wind! Of course you can paint on whatever shapes you wish! You could even put stickers or dry leaves on it!
Make adorable toilet paper roll pilgrims to decorate for Thanksgiving. You can make as many of these little people as you like! The kids will love playing with them afterwards just as much as making them in the first place.
Some November craft ideas need some assistance from adults and this one definitely does! However the kids can go brush crazy with the paint after it is cut into it's pumpkin shape.
My kids asbolutely love painting with pom poms! They got to paint a spider with pom poms the other week and ever since they have been begging me to paint with them again! I think I will definitely be trying to recreate this particular November craft with them!
This pine cone turkey is made from pipe cleaners, pom poms, pine cones and feathers! It looks amazing. The kids could easily make one and gift it to their Grandparents!
Why not go for a walk with the kids and collect as many pine cones as you can fit in your pockets. Pine cone crafts are perfect for Fall and Christmas - I already made a pine cone Christmas tree this year cos I love that time of the year so much!
How much good does this bean candle holder not look?! Even better is the fact it lasts for years so you can set it on your table for Thanksgiving dinner year after year.
How about making a pumpkin wreath for your bedroom door? You could even stick it to the inside of your front door and decorate it however you wish! I used this November crafts for kids aged 3 and 4!
These coffee filter inspired turkeys certainly look the part. A quick look and they remind me of a napkin. As a result I would probably set these beside everyone's cutlery before Thanksgiving dinner.
While everyone is fixated on turkeys this craft blogger has decided to make a Fall scarecrow on a paper plate. This is so easy to make and I know my little girl Amelia would add this to the collection of November crafts for kids on her windowsill.
If you missed out on seeing a scarecrow at your local pumpkin patch you can make up for it by letting your kids made a scarecrow using a brown paper bag!
This crafter has provided a free scarecrow template that you can cut out, stick together and decorate until your heart is content.
Over November and October kids love to paint pumpkins! My little girl and her friends got together at nursery and make painted a giant pumpkin red, orange and brown and sprinkled it with glitter. I would have loved to bring it home but it had to stay in nursery!
Anyhow this post is full of beautifully painted pumpkin tutorials for kids and adults alike to copy.
Kids absolutely adore animal crafts featuring hedgehogs! We always go for a walk in our local woodland to see if we can ever spot any of these critters!
This is a fun craft to keep older kids out of your hair while you cook, clean or grab a hot cuppa in peace. The pattern and instructions are provided.
Turkey crafts are hugely popular during November as we come up to Thanksgiving on the 28th of the month! Children love bright colors and chalk so this November crafts for kids is perfect for a rainy Fall day in the house. There is a turkey template provided here to help you complete this craft.
How refreshing to see a poppy art craft just in time for Resemblance Day! I think this is a great way to teach little ones history whilst having fun at the same time.
This craft tests and helps kids improve their fine motor skills whilst using scissors.
If you want a leaf banner or garland for your home this is the perfect craft idea for kids! Painting is always a win in our house and even better when it produces something usual that can be hung along our mantelpiece.
Thanksgiving is all about showing appreciation and being grateful so November crafts for kids that permit this are great! This doubles up as a treat jar too and this blogger added Hershey's Kisses which will please your guests no end.
These cute printable stickers for Thanksgiving are a craft in the sense kids can use them to decorate gifts, napkins, cards or anything they wish. They can also write everything they are grateful for.
These cute pumpkin treat bags will the the talk of town. Use the smaller brown bags, like the ones you get 5 cent candies in at the corner store!
Also, you can always create more than just pumpkins. Why not add in some ghosts and witches too! The whole neighborhood will be raving about your treats until next Halloween.
How cute is this fruit cup turkey appetizer holder! It is super duper fun to make and even more fun to fill it with treats and watch your dinner guests have a nibble while you cook dinner!
Make a pretty Fall wall decoration using leaf cutouts in autumnal colors! Perfect for classrooms or at home!
What better place name cards than those made with a pilgrim hat for Thanksgiving dinner?! Pilgrim hat crafts are brilliant for Thanksgiving. This one is suitable for kids aged 4 years and upwards.
This Fall wreath would look fabulous on your front door during November! It can be a family project with the kids helping out! The more people help the merrier, the way I see it.
These Mason jar lanterns are one of the excellent November crafts for kids for the 11th November.
They can be decorated in Fall colors and are used to celebrate Martinmas.
There is no better way to show your appreciation for someone than putting a Thanks banner in their home for Thanksgiving! Everytime they look at it they will be reminded that you kids are grateful!
So I have arrived at my last November crafts for kids post and I thought it was appropriate it featured some turkey craft.
This tutorial provides instructions on how to make a bottle cap turkey complete with features and googly eyes!
Do you like my selection of November Crafts for Kids?