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{leftover} Thanksgiving Dinner Hand Pies

I’ve had this idea in my head for years of making hand pies out of Thanksgiving Dinner leftovers, and now that I’ve actually tried it I am so mad at myself for not doing it sooner-they are so good!  “Way better than a turkey sandwich” as my hubby puts it. It’s all your favorite flavors […]

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Handprint Paper Plate Turkey

We are just a week and a day away from Thanksgiving, can you believe it?!  I haven’t gotten my turkey crafting fix yet so we decided to make these handprint paper plate turkeys.  Since I have some extras kiddos at my house this morning, I decided this would be a fun simple craft to make […]

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Thanksgiving Crafts For Kids

I can’t believe we’re only a week away from Thanksgiving, and with it being so late in the month, Christmas is right on its heels.  It was tempting to bring out the Christmas Crafts – but there are so many fun Thanksgiving crafts for kids, and most have a full week off for the holiday […]

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Thanksgiving Dinner Garland

getting ready for an autumn outdoor dinner. Thanksgiving is coming.  I love the feel of autumn in the air and the way the leaves are changing and falling like snow to the ground.  It’s a little bit chilly in the evenings and the mornings and it makes me think it’s definitely time for soup…until the […]

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Free Printable :: Thanksgiving Trivia

Last year I made up this set of free printable Thanksgiving Trivia and it was a hit.  The one request I kept getting was adding an additional blank set of cards so that you could add your own trivia questions.  Per request, I made up a matching batch that you can add to the ones […]

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Free Printable :: Thanksgiving Jokes

Destri’s Halloween jokes were a huge hit with my second grader, so I decided I better make some more for Thanksgiving.  There were a couple days that I forgot to put the Halloween jokes in her lunch box and she would come home disappointed and let me know that her friends were also disappointed. :(  One morning […]

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The Thankful Tree

a thankful heart is a happy heart. I posted this little tree a couple of years ago on my blog and everyone has loved it so much during November that I thought I’d share it with you awesome Mother Huddle friends! This is such an easy and fun project to do as a family and […]

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Fun Thanksgiving Day Traditions

Every year we do a list of fun traditions for Thanksgiving Day and I almost forgot to get this year’s list up!  Which would have been a shame because I asked our Facebook friends what some of their favorite things to do on turkey day were, and they had some great ideas. Thanksgiving Day Traditions […]

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Snail Mail :: Gratitude Card

This post is part of our Snail Mail’s Best series. Crafting, writing, and sending letters covers all the bases when it comes to cultivating a creative spirit in our kids.  Plus, who doesn’t love to get mail? This time of year is the perfect time to help our kids recognize all the things they have […]

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Free Printable Thanksgiving Dinner Trivia

How about this year when you’re asked what you’ll bring to Thanksgiving dinner you tell them the game? A little Thanksgiving trivia to get the conversation going, slow the meal down, and have a bit of fun.  Heck, you could even throw in a prize for the winner. I scoured the internet for all sorts […]

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