A printable Fall tag to say thank you for any occasion, however, these would be perfect for Thanksgiving!

Materials

Thanksgiving Tags with make-it-your-own.com (Crafts & activities for kids!)

  • Craft tray
  • Printout (we did ours on cardstock)
  • Pencil crayons, markers, paint- whatever medium you would like!
  • Colourful paper (for backing)
  • Scissors
  • Glue stick
  • Hole punch
  • Beads (optional)
  • Cord

We always find a smock helpful too:

Thanksgiving Tags with make-it-your-own.com (Crafts & activities for kids!)

Directions

  • Print out the provided tags on cardstock.
  • Don your smock.  We went with painting our leaves, but you could colour them in with crayons, pencil crayons, markers- whatever you like!  Our son drew the leaves for you!  Allow to dry.

Thanksgiving Tags with make-it-your-own.com (Crafts & activities for kids!)

Thanksgiving Tags with make-it-your-own.com (Crafts & activities for kids!)

Thanksgiving Tags with make-it-your-own.com (Crafts & activities for kids!)

  •  Cut out your tags.

Thanksgiving Tags with make-it-your-own.com (Crafts & activities for kids!)

  •  Glue the back of the tags and adhere them to your bright backing papers.

Thanksgiving Tags with make-it-your-own.com (Crafts & activities for kids!)

Thanksgiving Tags with make-it-your-own.com (Crafts & activities for kids!)

  •  We then cut out the tags again, creating a border with the bright paper.  Punch a hole on the circle in the corner of the tag.

Thanksgiving Tags with make-it-your-own.com (Crafts & activities for kids!)

  • Write your name on the provided line.

Thanksgiving Tags with make-it-your-own.com (Crafts & activities for kids!)

  •  Attach your tags to your gifts with your cord.  We also added a bead as an accent.

Thanksgiving Tags with make-it-your-own.com (Crafts & activities for kids!)

Purpose

  • Expressing gratitude
  • Providing real-life opportunities for writing one’s name
  • Developing one’s fine motor skills (writing, cutting, painting etc.)

Safety Notes

  • We suggest that you wear a smock and use a craft tray to protect your clothing and surfaces.
  • Use scissors with care and adult supervision.
  • Cord, yarn etc. can be a strangulation hazard, therefore be sure to use with direct supervision and for its intended purpose.
  • Beads can be a choking hazard therefore be sure to keep them out of the reach of children ages 0-3 years of age or those that tend to put things into their mouths.
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