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Thanksgiving is such a wonderful family-focused holiday with so many ways to get kids involved, whether it is prepping dishes or setting the table. These easy and kid-friendly Thanksgiving table crafts will get kids extra excited for the big celebration ahead and give them a meaningful role in welcoming close friends and family members at the table.

Walnut Shell Mayflower (via Small World Land) Adorable miniature Mayflower walnut boats go beyond being a place card holder – they also make cute favors to take home and play with long past Thanksgiving dinner.

Bottle Cap Turkey Napkin Holder (via The Country Chic Cottage) A simple craft using bottle caps and paper towel holders – perfect for toddler and preschool-aged children.

Turkey Pinecone Centerpiece (via Family Fresh Cooking) A decorative circle punch makes it easy to create this curious and cute turkey pine cone.

Painted Leaf Napkin Rings (via Honest to Nod) This simple craft is classic, elegant and nature inspired by starting with kids gathering leaves.

Glitter Jar Turkey Globes (via I Love to Create) Put a twist on the classic turkey handprint craft with these pretty glitter jar centerpieces.

Mini Glitter Pumpkins (via Warm Hot Chocolate) Another super simple and elegant craft that kids can participate in making.

Fall Leaf Napkin Rings (via Two Shades of Pink) Use clay and have kids design these fun autumn inspired napkin charms.

Chalkboard Placemats (via Flamingo Toes) These playful placemats made of chalkboard fabric are not only functional, but will provide tons of creative fun at the dinner table.

Pine Cone Turkey Place Card (via Dandee Designs) A simple craft that takes few materials to put togethe and makes a darling statement.

Be Thankful Utensil Holders (via The Idea Room) These free printable utentisl holders also double as a coloring craft to keep kids entertained in between long courses.

Paper Book Place Setting (via Fiskars) Love this idea of using old paper book pages to make this charming, slightly vintage table setting.

Pumpkin Heads (via Your Are Talking Too Much) Take a cue from Mr. Potato Head and make pumpkin ones with these cute talking mini pumpkins.

Check out lots more creative Thanksgiving projects here.

Agnes Hsu is a mom of three and has been inspiring parents and kids to get creative with easy activities and family friendly recipes for over 10 years. She shares her love for creative play and kids food to her 2MM+ followers online. Agnes' commitment to playful learning and kindness has not only raised funds for charity but also earned features in prestigious nationwide publications.