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If you’re looking for an easy Thanksgiving hat craft for preschoolers you’ll want to stick around for my free Thanksgiving printable. Celebrate Fall with my adorable Thanksgiving hat for kids and create a festive Fall hat for the big day.

You don’t want to miss these printable Thanksgiving hats! They’re so cute and perfect for encouraging your preschoolers to focus on gratitude this November.

Plus, they make a really adorable addition to your Thanksgiving Day celebrations at school or at home.

Ready to get your free Thanksgiving hat craft and some great ideas for hands-on learning fun with your preschoolers this Thanksgiving?

Keep reading to discover my favorite turkey themed crafts, Thanksgiving activities for kids, and to get your very own printable Thanksgiving hat craft.

printable thanksgiving hat craft

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Free Thanksgiving Printables

What can you do with these free Thanksgiving printables? So many things! For starters, my free Thanksgiving printables make it easy to celebrate and have fun with the holiday in your classroom. Plus there’s little to no prep work for teachers!

I love easy crafts like this free Thanksgiving hat that make it simple to celebrate and have some fun with my preschoolers without making lots of extra work for me.

Plus, I know my preschoolers will be developing important early learning skills and thinking creatively as they make their own printable Thanksgiving hats this year.

Free Printable Thanksgiving Hat Craft

This no prep Thanksgiving hat printable would be so fun to make at a classroom Thanksgiving party or before the big Thanksgiving feast. It’s a fun Fall craft to help get you through the last days of November before the Fall break too.

Grab the free template with the link below and build your fine motor skills as you craft this Thanksgiving.

How to Make a Thanksgiving Hat Craft

If you’re wanting to make one of my Thanksgiving hat crafts this Fall, you’ll need to gather the following supplies:

Thanksgiving Hat Supplies

Tips for this Thanksgiving Hat Craft

Once you’ve gathered all the supplies, you’re ready to make the Thanksgiving craft.

Step 1: Print the free fall template

Grab the free turkey hat below for a low prep print and go Thanksgiving activity.

Step 2: Color the free Thanksgiving Hats

Color each Thanksgiving hat how you prefer. I love how unique each hat turns out in a class full of preschoolers.

free Thanksgiving hat craft for kids

Step 3: Cut and Attach

Cut the printable hats out and attach them to sentence strips for a festive Thanksgiving hat craft your kids are sure to love!

These cute Thanksgiving hats aren’t just fun to make, they’re perfect for dramatic play activities and celebrating the holiday season with your preschoolers this month. Let your preschoolers march around in their hats for a silly Thanksgiving Day parade or wear them to the table for your Thanksgiving feast. Don’t forget to snap a selfie with your little turkeys!

More Printable Thanksgiving Crafts

I hope you loved my free Thanksgiving hat craft. Check out more Thanksgiving crafts for kids below.

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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.

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fall activities for preschool
fall activities for kids

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 more of my turkey activities and preschool Thanksgiving activities, head to my shop and check out more pictures and details.

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