I already shared a free fall printables round-up this year, but I wanted to share a few free Thanksgiving printables as well.
A few of the prints in the fall printables round-up are Thanksgiving-themed. I know many people want to switch up their seasonal decor for varying holidays and at this point in autumn, are looking for a few different options. So today I’m sharing a few more Thanksgiving-specific printables, which are perfect for displaying in an entryway, living room, or kitchen. I’m also sharing a few fun Thanksgiving printables, including bingo cards, Mad Libs, and placemats.
Jen Bradley | MOMS has a set of three Thanksgiving word search printables. Word searches are such a fun, easy activity for kids of all ages!
I also love Jen Bradley | MOMS‘s A to Z gratitude list. This is such a creative activity to practice gratitude during the holiday season with the whole family.
We gather with grateful hearts, framed by deer antlers, printable from Tabler Party of Two.
Harvest pumpkin blessings give thanks family subway-style Thanksgiving printable from Blooming Homestead. She has a couple of additional backgrounds available on her blog.
Thanksgiving-themed subway art from Today’s Fabulous Finds. Multiple backgrounds available for this beautiful 8×10 printable, as well as instructions for how to color the black and white version for full customization.
The Thanksgiving thankful countdown from Tip Junkie. Perfect kid activity for the holiday.
Simple, colorful autumn home decor printable featuring the phrases: gather together, give thanks, and eat pie from The Craft Patch Blog.
Printable interactive Thanksgiving kids’ placements from Sister’s Suitcase provide coloring and puzzle entertainment for young children during the holiday meal.
Printable Bingo is a fun Thanksgiving game for kids of all pages. Miss Information Blog has a printable set with 10 bingo cards and 32 call cards.
A Thanksgiving turkey color by letter from Reading With Kids is fun holiday activity for elementary school-age children who know their letters and enjoy coloring more detailed pictures.
I had to share one more Thanksgiving printable from Sister’s Suitcase, this time Mad Libs for kids. Mad Libs will take everyone back to their childhood days, providing hilarious entertainment for the entire family.
Photo props provide a natural opportunity to take silly family photos. Take advantage of your time together and take goofy pictures everyone will enjoy looking back on for years to come. Grab your free printable props from The Dating Divas.
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