Thanksgiving Placemats for Kids

Thanksgiving will soon be here….Hooray!  Thanksgiving is actually my favorite holiday.  When I was working or in school, I was always thankful to have a break for a few days.  Now I just enjoy it because they are a few days to spend with family.  Today I am bringing you Thanksgiving Placemats for Kids!  

I don’t know about you, but my kids love to help set the table.  They know it is a big help and they know how to do it.  So, with that in mind, I bring you some Thanksgiving Placemats for kids!  These Thanksgiving placemats will not only hep your children set the table correctly but it will also help keep them busy with a few activities that are on the placemats!

If you don’t want to print out your placemats, I did find some really cheap and nice ones on Amazon.  (In fact, I just placed an order for one myself!)…  I know my kids will love the stickers.

Thanksgiving Placemats for Kids!  

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11 Comments

  1. Rita Stein-Grollman says:

    Thanks!!!

  2. Thanksgiving is one of my favorite holidays too. I love all the yummy food. My kids would enjoy these placements. Thanks for linking up at Made for Kids!

  3. Cute! Thanks for sharing at the Thoughtful spot Blog Hop! 🙂

  4. Fun way to keep kids busy & involved!
    Thanks for sharing at Funtastic Friday!

  5. Good idea! I know my siblings would always go crazy waiting for dinner during Thanksgiving…I bet they would love something like this to keep them occupied. Thanks for sharing at Welcome Home Wednesday!

  6. These are a lot of fun! Thanks for sharing with us at Funtastic Friday.

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