Kids Thanksgiving Placemat + 12 FREE Thanksgiving Printables

Thanksgiving is getting closer and we are excited to start sharing some projects with you. Today we have a fun Thanksgiving printable along with the Blog Hop to 11 other blogs and free printables! I designed this one specifically with the kids in mind. The kids that get to sit at the “Kid Table” on Turkey Day (or even the adults that just want to play, too!)

It’s a kids placemat that’s formatted to be printed as an 18×24 inch engineering print. (This is how we got all those fun chalkboard prints at Halloween!) At Staples just give them the file on a flash drive and ask for the engineering print. This size cost me about 1.75 – but that includes two placemats. The reason I did this instead of printing at home is because you get a nice big 12×18 placemat that will actually catch some spills and have plenty of room for coloring and playing before the meal even starts.

Wouldn’t it be so fun to have these waiting for the kids on their table with some new boxes of crayons?What do you do for the kids at Thanksgiving? Is there a special “kids table” in your family?
Download your print HERE and save to your computer.
I’ve included a regular 8.5×11 inch size also if you do want to print at home.
And now, time to share 11 other festive and FREE Thanksgiving printables! Please hop around and check these out – there is something for everyone!

#1) {The Dating Divas} – Give your hubby this cute, personalized candy bar wrapper to show your gratitude for him!

#2) {Somewhat Simple} – Count Your Blessings Tree | Includes everything you need to create a beautiful display of all the things you’re grateful for.

#3) {Whipperberry} – Printable bread wrapper to show your friends and family how grateful you are for them.

#4) {Crafting Chicks} – Thanksgiving planning pages to create the best, most organized and most purposeful Thanksgiving yet!

#5) {Tatertots & Jello} – Thanksgiving centerpiece idea and activity.

#6) {L’il Luna} – Free Thanksgiving Coloring Pages perfect for the kids while the adults are busy cooking!

#7) {My Sister’s Suitcase} – Keep the kids busy coloring this Printable Thanksgiving Placemat – full of games, jokes, and puzzles!

#8) {I Heart Nap Time} – Give Thanksgiving leftovers the respect they deserve with these easy to use ‘leftovers’ printables!

#9) {The 36th Avenue} – Timeless “Bee” Thankful Printable and Thankful Tags. Available in two colors.

#10) {Paging Supermom} – “Thankful for Everything” chocolate wrapper coordinates with a collection of FREE Thanksgiving dinner decor!

#11) {The TomKat Studio} – Give thanks with these stylish notecards and gift tags!

#12) {The Idea Room} – Printable Happy Thanksgiving Gift Tags for Thanksgiving or Hostess Gifts.

Thanks for reading and hopping! Stay tuned for more holiday project coming soon!
holly and nat

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  1. says

    I like this idea, but frankly I don’t like Thanksgiving day referred to as ‘Turkey Day’. We have a strict rule around here that Thanksgiving is a day to give thanks for all we have and saying ‘turkey day’ takes that away. We are the same way about saying x-mas. Of course, we are from the south and that’s just not done around here. I would still like to try the printable, but with ‘turkey day’ removed. Maybe just say ‘Give Thanks’ or something like that. I really don’t like to be critical and I usually just try to say positive things, but I’m thinking maybe y’all haven’t thought about this. Love the concept, just not the exact wording. Just my two cents worth. So sorry to be critical, y’all have always been such a great source for ideas and information and I still feel that way. Thank you for all you do! Blessings, Kim

    • says

      Thank you for bringing it our attention – I honestly hadn’t thought about it, but I can see how to some that might take away the day of Gratitude that Thanksgiving is. We don’t say X-Mas, either. I appreciate you letting me know how it might offend to say Turkey Day. I will work on another version and get it posted as soon as I can! Thank you for reading and for your comment!

  2. Charissa Christopher says

    Would it be possible for you to do a place mat for me that is more toddler friendly… I love your art and I am not very computer literate so any help would be appreciated… if this is possible would you let me know the cost and availability.. of course I would want to Thanksgiving
    Thank You for your consideration
    Charissa Christopher

  3. says

    I LOVE this post and all the kijillion ideas you have – they are all fabulous. Thank you so much for collection this and for your own creations also. I have linked a ‘click here’ only to share on a Thanksgiving post to show off your amazing site, which I enjoy and visit often. You gals are the seriously crazy talented and thank you so much for sharing with all of us!!! Carrie, A Mother’s Shadow


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