Simple Last Minute Thanksgiving Activities for Kids November 20, 2019 By Bekki Leave a Comment This content may contain affiliate links.Inside: 10 Last Minute Thanksgiving Activities for Kids that even your Uncle Bob can Supervise. Hosting Thanksgiving without a plan for the kids attending in my back pocket was my biggest mistake ever. “They look so innocent.” Photo by Andrew Branch Have you seen what a ‘handful of littles’ can do when the adults are all busy preparing food, watching football or eating pie? It’s in the category of, “grab your camera and snap a picture. Once I calm down this may be funny enough to send to America’s Funniest Videos.” I think homeowners and renter’s insurance was invented on Thanksgiving Day. It’s not too late. Set a timer for 20 minutes. Think about the ages of the kids you will see for the holidays and grab at least one “busy” activity for each age group (yes, playdough counts. So does, “go outside and play” and “Gee, I wish someone could figure out how to build a turkey out of legos.” Thanksgiving Writing Prompts Marshmallow Turkey Craft Disguise a Turkey Science Experiments for Thanksgiving Day 90 Thanksgiving Jokes to Dazzle the Kids No Prep- Thanksgiving Worksheets: Just Print and Go! Thanksgiving scavenger hunt printable Scavenger hunt for Teens: Bring a camera Kid Made Thanksgiving Treats 77 Coloring Pages for ThanksgivingJump into Christmas Spirit: Jesse Tree This 20 minutes could save your leather sofa, your white walls and protect your insurance premium. Be Prepared! “Happy Thanksgiving” Photo by Elizabeth Meyers Related: When the Holidays Mess with your Homeschooling Mojo Additional Thanksgiving and Christmas FUN Print this free homeschool mom reminder. This post comes with a free printable reminder list to help keep your heart focused on the heart of homeschooling. I always have the hardest staying focused. This printable simplifies it! Here is a sneak preview… Download Your Free Printable Download the checklist. You’ll get the printable, plus join 9,000+ homeschool moms who receive my weekly parenting tips and ideas!Print. Any paper will do the trick, but card stock would be ideal.Place it on your refrigerator as a helpful reminder.