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When you bring the whole family together, not just for Thanksgiving, it can be hard to keep all the little kid's entertained. Well, I have found adding some great toys can help. These 20 Thanksgiving Toys for Kids are a lifesaver. Trust me!
20 Thanksgiving Toys for Kids to Keep Little Ones Busy!
Join farmer Sonya Lee and scarecrow EddieTM on a harvest hayride full of fun. Hitch the wagon to the free-wheeling tractor to see the pumpkin spin round ‘n round and a peek-a-boo friend pop up and down as it rolls along!
This seven-piece playset includes tractor, wagon, two figures, and bountiful fall harvest, apples, hay, and corn!
The Berenstain Bears Thanksgiving Blessings Ride along with the Bear family on Thanksgiving Day as Brother and Sister learn about all the things they—and YOU—can be thankful for … including faith, family, and the huge feast waiting for them at the end of their journey to Gramp's and Grans. Includes a sheet of colorful stickers featuring the whole Bear family.
Related: Thank You Thanksgiving Lesson Plan
Your holiday is not complete without this fun? Kid's Table? Pin the turkey game. Perfect for Thanksgiving toys for kids, this game will entertain kids pre-meal as a twist to the donkey game. It contains one 2 foot by 2-foot game sheet, plus 8 pin-on pieces. Pins not included.
You'll be extra thankful for the great conversation at your Thanksgiving dinner table this year! The Box Girls Thanksgiving questions in this set are appropriate for both old and young, so it's easy to keep everyone engaged as you talk about tradition, family, and, of course, pie.
This 18 piece thanksgiving set includes 8 Adorable Kinders Paper Dolls (4 boys and 4 girls), 2 pilgrim boy outfits, 2 pilgrim girl outfits, 2 Indian boy outfits, 2 Indian girl outfits, 1 re-stickable glue stick, and 1 blunt tip scissors. The paper dolls are made of a durable UV coated card stock and come with a foot stand. They are perforated for easy removal and assembly.
The accessories outfits require scissors cutting and may be attached to the dolls using the re-stickable glue for reuse as in a dress-up play or using permanent glue for a single-use such as scrapbooking, greeting cards, and other arts and crafts projects. The paper dolls and their outfits are made in the USA.
Seek and Play Puzzles are excellent educational tools that encourage logical thinking. Each puzzle contains 24 pieces, a full-color mat, and an eight-page resource guide. Once completed, the learning fun continues with 48 activity cards, cross-curricular questions, and thought-provoking writing prompts.
Celebrate the story of the very first Thanksgiving with these new Little People® holiday playset! A pair of playful pilgrims and two trusty Indian friends gather 'round the table to give thanks together for a fantastic fall feast!
Thirteen-piece set includes four Little People figures, table, and two benches, turkey platter, horse and detachable cart, pumpkin, and two connectable harvest fence pieces. (Manufacturer recommended age: 12 months and up)
Thanksgiving includes the story behind how the Pilgrims met the Native Americans and taught each other the different ways of living. It also included games, puzzles, and mazes An approved Teaching and Learning Tool. Notebook style book with a colorful plastic spiral binding.
At least 24 pages in every Power Panel Coloring Book, hours of coloring fun with games, puzzles, mazes and connect the dots, word search, and a heavy chipboard backing. This is a perfect ‘Travel Size' coloring book on a plane, train or in an automobile.
These fun books are 8.5 x 11 with a high-quality full-color card stock cover. Each inside page is a high bright white paper that children can use crayons, colored pencils, magic markers and even water colors on!
Sihu doll includes American Indian dress, boots, feather hairband, hair ties, and American Indian necklace. Sihu also has a baby that rests in a papoose.
Includes 60 counters: seven fruits (apples, bananas, grapes, oranges, grapefruits, apricots, and plums) in five different colors. Activity Guide provides fun ideas for engaging children in a variety of kindergarten readiness skills: sorting with the Activity Cards, matching, color/attribute identification, patterning, and counting.
Make early addition and subtraction concrete by removing pieces of fruit from a group and asking your child how many are left. Extend the play by encouraging some “pretend” pie baking, sharing, and selling.
This forest-dweller has a soft-spoken and gentle nature. It loves to spend time outdoors gardening and tending to its crops! When talented Turkey is not occupied by its green thumb, it likes to enjoy the autumn breeze while relaxing on the Harvest-Time Hammock!
Special Item: Harvest-Time Hammock; Special Food: Forage Porridge. Webkinz pets are lovable plush pets that each come with a unique Secret Code. With it, you enter Webkinz World where you care for your virtual pet, answer trivia, earn KinzCash, and play the best kids games on the net! Collect them all!
Trace each child's hand on the foam and cut out the shape to create the turkey. Other pieces are pre-cut. Foam Piece measures 6″.
6 Happy Thanksgiving Premium Plush Puppets. Reenact the first Thanksgiving! Embroidered features and yarn hair. Sized to fit both teacher's and children's hands. 14″. These are the perfect Thanksgiving toys for kids for imagination use as well.
“Thanksgiving Jokes” is a feast and a “corny-Copia” full of funny short jokes for kids. Each joke is about some silly aspect regarding Thanksgiving, from turkeys to pilgrims to pumpkin pie.
Kids will gobble up these humorous and short jokes while they look at the funny illustrations throughout the book. Every joke features two illustrations; one for the question and one for the punchline, so each joke can be enjoyed even more.
Find out what a pilgrim's favorite music is, what a space turkey says, why turkeys go ‘Gobble, gobble', and many more silly riddles.
Each ducky measures approx. 2″ x 2″ x 2-1/2″H. They do not squeak but do have a hole in their beak for squirting water. These make great little decor pieces for your kids' table or dessert tray at Thanksgiving time.
Great to use as party favors for your dinner guests. They do not float upright. (Manufacturer recommended age: 3 years and up)
Girl and Boy Pilgrim Beanbag Set, Polyester Blend, Plastic Beads, 6in H x 3in W x 3in L, Ages 1+
Thanksgiving Place Card Craft Kit for 12. Make a place card for everyone at dinner. Paper and foam. 4 7/8″ All craft kit pieces are pre-packaged for individual use.
Kits include instructions and extra pieces. Pilgrims and turkeys. (WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD – Not for children under 3)
We celebrate this holiday every year, but help bring it to life with this illustration of the very first Thanksgiving. Enjoy a meal shared between the newly arrived pilgrims and their native neighbors. All Sets Include – 13″ x 15″ Felt Play Board – Over 20 Pre-cut Felt Pieces – Plastic Storage Bag (for the easy cleanup!)
These educational felt board stories provide endless hours of creativity and storytelling. They are great as a travel toy or for playtime at home, preschool, and daycare. Flannel board sets are also great resources for homeschool and special education.
Felt manipulative pieces develop hands-on learning and hand-eye coordination. Inspire creativity with a Learning Fun with Felt set today!
My kids love Lego sets so this is a go-to for me when looking for themed gifts. They have to follow the instructions so it keeps them busy for a while! This one is a great add on to any collection it's 46 pieces and my kids love building a house for it to go into so it keeps them busy all morning!
Set the kids to work decorating and coloring places mats for everyone at the table. They will love to be part of the meal!
What are your favorite Thanksgiving Toys for Kids? Let us know in the comments below!
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