10 Thanksgiving Hats for Kids to Make

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Making Thanksgiving hats is a great activity for kids, a fun way to decorate your Thanksgiving table, and a fantastic way to have a conversation about Thanksgiving with your family. These Thanksgiving Hats for Kids to Make which include Pilgrim hats as well as Indian headdresses, are easy, a great boredom buster, and can be used to decorate your Thanksgiving table or as home decor.

Tip Junkie many pilgrim crafts and ideas all with pictured tutorials to learn or how to make.  You can always search there if you’’re looking for more Thanksgiving tips with step-by-step instructions. {wink}

Pilgrim Hat Craft

pilgrim hat thanksgiving craft

1. Pilgrim Hat DIY ~ You only need a few items for this Pilgrim hat including black and brown card stock and gold glitter paper. The tutorial comes with a free Pilgrim hat template to help make the hat easily. Grab your kids, this activity is sure to bring smiles to their faces!

pilgrim bonnet out of paper

2. Pilgrim Bonnet Out of Paper ~ This is a super simple paper craft that your kids can make while sitting at the table. Measure and cut the paper as shown, staple and voila! a pilgrim bonnet.

felt pilgrim hat

3. Felt Pilgrim Hat ~ The amount of help your kiddos can give you with this lovely felt Pilgrim hat that can be re-used depends on their age. Cutting and gluing is involved, but overall, the project is NO-SEW!

thanksgiving hat for kids

4. Thanksgiving Hats for Kids ~ This is a great resource for keeping your kids busy while you are preparing that big Thanksgiving Turkey! Print out the templates and then have your children fold the paper and assemble the hats. There’s a bonnet for girls, and a hat for boys.

Indian Hat Craft

native american headband

5. Native American Headband ~ The paper feathers that make up this headdress are adorable. You can expect a full tutorial along with a materials list on how to make this Native American Headband!

thanksgiving hat printables

6. Thanksgiving Crowns {free printables} ~ You are going to love how easy it is to download and print out these adorable Thanksgiving headbands which include a Pilgrim hat, a Thanksgiving turkey, and an Indian headdress.

Thanksgiving Hat

turkey cone thanksgiving craft for kids

7. Turkey Party Hats ~ These turkey part hats are such a fun mix of Thanksgiving with traditional party hat. Make the eyes different for a totally different looking turkey!

paper bag turkey craft

8. Paper Bag Turkey Hat ~ We love kids crafts made from brown paper bags because they remind us of the crafts we made as kids. This craft is super fun because the hat looks like a full turkey!

turkey headdress

9. Turkey Headband Tutorial ~ This turkey hat tutorial is super fun and we love the use of feathers in the hat. The main materials you’ll need are card stock, googly eyes and felt.

thanksgiving turkey hat

10. Turkey Hat ~ This turkey hat is just plain fun. Get step-by-step instructions for making this fun headband hat with your kids!

10 Thanksgiving Hats for Kids to Make

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Thanksgiving Hats for Kids to Make

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