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Thanksgiving Crafts

We have had alot of fun decorating the classroom for fall this year.  In fact, everything seems alot more fun this year...probably because we're all together and not running here and there so much during our morning hours.
The boys had alot of fun making some thanksgiving crafts last week.  Alex made a pinecone was so cute!


Tim made a cornucopia...aka, "Some kind of horn, Mom, not corn."  That made me laugh because, on the directions, it was called a Horn o' Plenty, but I called it by its other name.  Tim thought I was calling it by the wrong name.  So sweet!
As the pictures tell, this craft required alot of cutting and it was wearing Tim out.  But he persevered and was happy with the results!

I love fall decor, but secretly I'm dreaming of what our classroom will look like for Christmas. 
Oops!  Guess that's not a secret anymore. :)


  1. How lovely! Great photos.
    Stopped by from Hip Homeschool Hop to say hi!

  2. Cute crafts! It's so fun decorating the school room.

  3. So cute!!!! I definitely want to do some fall/Thanksgiving crafts this week. I should write down all I'd like to do so that way we will actually do them. lol I LOVE your school room! So awesome!!! Thanks for sharing. :)

  4. Just dropping in from the Hip Homeschool Hop, you have a great classroom and the boys look like they had a lot of fun. ~ Discovery For Life

  5. I absolutely love your Thanksgiving crafts!! and your school room, yes? is sooo cute. I just love it. =)

  6. Oh my goodness! This can not be your homeschool room! Envy... :) We just school at the kitchen table. This does look really neat though.

  7. that is cute...Jenny just asked me if we could make hand turkeys...and I think we will...IF I had some pincones...we make the ones you just showed too...but we will make our hand turkeys and have fun fun fun.


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