If you’re looking for an easy Fall name craft for preschoolers you’ll want to stick around for my free Pilgrim name craft printable. Celebrate Fall with my pilgrim activities for kids and create a festive Fall craft for the big day.
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Free Pilgrim craft for preschoolers
This pilgrim craft can be used in so many ways! Use it as name writing practice for Fall, practice writing sight words, or use it as a fun way to teach numbers before the Fall break.
I love pairing it with a book about The First Thanksgiving and working on name recognition with kids too.
Plus, it’s a fun way to incorporate my Thanksgiving activities for more added fun this Autumn!
How to make a Pilgrim name craft
If you’re wanting to make one of my pilgrim name crafts this Fall, you’ll need to gather the following supplies:
Supplies for making a Thanksgiving hat craft
- Pilgrim craft template (link below)
- Construction paper
You’ll love that the supplies for this pilgrim activity for kids can be found around your house or classroom. Plus, there’s no messy paint needed to create this adorable Thanksgiving craft for kids.
How to make a Pilgrim Craft
You may be wondering how do you make a pilgrim? My low prep, free pilgrim template takes all the guess work out for you.
Before you know it, you will be crafting pilgrim girls and boys in no time. Here’s the step by step guide to how you make a pilgrim craft for Thanksgiving.
Step One: Print
Click the link below to grab the free preschool pilgrim crafts for a low prep cut and paste Thanksgiving activity. Print the free pilgrim crafts on colored construction paper or use crayons to color it yourself.
We used traditional black and white for the clothing, but feel free to get creative and use whatever color you want. As for skin color, I find that this set of construction paper has plenty of options on different shades for your pilgrim craft.
Step Two: Cut
Grab your scissors because it’s now time to cut. As your preschoolers cut out each piece of their boy pilgrim or girl pilgrim they will be improving their fine motor skills, which is vital in this stage of development.
Step Three: Write and assemble
You’ll love that this pilgrim craft is not just festive, it’s another learning opportunity to practice names and handwriting this Autumn. Write the letters of your name on each block of the pilgrim’s body for an easy Fall name craft.
When you’re done, simply glue the pieces together and assemble it as shown for a fun diy pilgrim craft for kids.
More Cut and paste Thanksgiving Crafts
I hope you loved my free pilgrim craft. Check out more Thanksgiving crafts for kids below.
Thanksgiving activities for preschoolers
If you loved my Thanksgiving craft ideas, I know you will really enjoy my hands on Thanksgiving printables, perfect for preschool and kindergarten students. I have tons of Thanksgiving printables to use this November as you teach all about turkeys, leaves, and pilgrims.
Check out my favorites below:
I hope you’re as excited about all these hands on learning Thanksgiving activities and Thanksgiving printables for preschoolers as I am.
What activities are you most excited to share with your preschoolers this November? Tell me all about it in the comments.
I can’t wait to read your great ideas! To see what is included in my turkey activities and preschool thanksgiving activities, head to my shop and check out more pictures and details.