Are you looking for some fun crafts for your little ones to work on during Thanksgiving week? These pilgrim printables and crafts will keep your little ones engaged and learning during the busy week. So, if you looking for pilgrim worksheets for preschoolers, you’ve come to the right place.
Pilgrim Worksheets for Preschoolers
Homeschool families are always looking for ways to incorporate learning and to keep their children engaged. I especially love doing this during the different holidays. I love the challenge of gathering themed printables, worksheets, crafts, and activities that go with that specific holiday.
Holidays are special to me because I don’t have to be a teacher during this time. I like to take some time off and spend good quality time making memories with my children. Though I would love to sit all day and craft and play with them, there is also lots of preparation to be done.
This is where themed printables and crafts come in handy. I can hand my children a big pile of themed print outs and activities. They will have fun creating and learning while I tackle my to do list. We usually set this up at the kitchen table so that we can work alongside each other.
Pilgrim Printables and Crafts
Do you need to keep your kids entertained while you are preparing for Thanksgiving? These pilgrim printables and crafts are just adorable.
Your kids will enjoy learning about the pilgrims and the story of Thanksgiving while they are completing them. They are also perfect to set out for a kids Thanksgiving table.
I love to put together themed worksheets and printable packs to keep on hand for holidays. These pilgrim themed worksheets and pilgrim printable packs will keep your kids busy with a Thanksgiving theme for the whole month of November.
Draw the Pilgrim Faces – Little ones will have fun drawing their own faces on these pilgrims and coloring them in. This would be great for a kids table for Thanksgiving.
Do You Want to Make a Pilgrim? FREE Activity Pack – This is a fun cut and paste activity for your kids to create their own pilgrims and indians.
Pilgrim Unit Free Printables – There are 29 pages full of pilgrim fun, including Montessori inspired counting card and notebooking pages.
Pilgrim Capital Letter Connect the Dots – Practice letter recognition with this connect the capital letters pilgirm worksheet.
Thanksgiving Printable Pack – This pack is full of fun thanksgiving themed games and activities.
Tot and Preschool Pack – This pilgrim printable pack is perfect for toddlers and preschool aged children.
Pilgrim Handwriting Practice and Dot Pages
I love using themed copywork and handwriting pages during holidays. It gives them some fun ways to practice their handwriting and writing skills. Your younger children can work on their fine motor skills too, with these adorable do-a-dot pages.
Pilgrim D0 A Dot Pages
Free Thanksgiving Q Tip Printables – Give your kids some toothpicks and paint and let them dot away at these adorable pilgrim and indian printables.
P is for Pilgrim Do a Dot Worksheet – Help your children with letter recognition and fine motor skills with these cute pilgrim themed dot page.
Thanksgiving Do-a-Dot Printables – If your kids like dot marker pages, they are going to love this packet with 29 pages full of dot marker fun.
Pilgrim Dot Painting Coloring Page – Use dot markers to color in the pilgrim hat.
Pilgrim Handwriting Practice
The Pilgrims at Plymouth Handwriting Practice Copywork – These copywork pages will have your children copying pilgrim vocabulary words.
P is for Pilgrim Handwriting Hat Printable – Color the pilgrim hat while practicing some copywork perfect for beginning writers.
Pilgrim Notebooking Pages – There are over 50 notebooking pages for all ages to practice handwriting, and writing skills.
Free Pilgrims Timeline Copywork – These copywork pages will help your children to learn about 21 historical events from the story of the Pilgrims from 1604 to 1691.
Hands-on activities are a great way to keep your kids engaged and learning. They also create some really fun memories too. Your kids will love these fun pilgrim activities and games.
Pilgrim Hat Alphabet Match Game – This is a simple matching game using the alphabet and pilgrim hat cut outs.
Fun Pilgrims for Kids Activities – Check out all these fun activities to pretend you are a pilgrim for a day. There are many different things to choose from.
Build the Pilgrims a Boat STEM Challenge – This challenge will have your children building a boat for the pilgrims and their supplies with tin foil.
Celebrate Thanksgiving the Pilgrim Way – This article will help you plan your very own Thanksgiving feast. This is perfect to invite homeschool friends and family or to do in a group setting or homeschool co-op.
Pilgrim Bowling – Fun craft and game that uses paper towel rolls to create pilgrim bowling pins to play with.
No holiday is complete without crafts. Holiday crafting is such an amazing memory maker for your children. Even my older children remember the holiday crafts they did. They still craft around the holidays, yet they now make table centerpieces and holiday themed home decor items.
Photo Puppet Pilgrims – Turn your child into a pilgrim with this adorable photo stick puppet craft that makes a nice keepsake.
Popsicle Stick Pilgrim Hat Craft – Use popsicle sticks to create a pilgrim hat that your kids can paint or color. These make cute decorations too.
Printable Pilgrim Crafts – We love these simple printable crafts. Cut out the template and glue it together to create cute pilgrim faces. Your kids can decorate them with any art medium of their choice.
Pilgrim Hat Pencil Cup – These step-by-step instructions will teach your kids how to build a pilgrim hat that doubles as a pencil holder.
Clay Pot Pilgrim Craft – Create an adorable pilgrim with a dollar store clay pot. This doubles as Thanksgiving decor too.
Easy Pilgrim Paper Plate Craft – Paper plates are classic Thanksgiving craft supplies that are easy and fun to make.
More Thanksgiving Printables
- Thanksgiving Color by Number
- Turkey Coloring Pages
- Thanksgiving Dot Painting
- Easy Thanksgiving Crafts
Sarah is a wife, daughter of the King and Mama to 4 children (one who is a homeschool graduate)! She is a an eclectic, Charlotte Mason style homeschooler that has been homeschooling for almost 20 years.. She is still trying to find the balance between work and keeping a home and says she can only do it by the Grace of God, and Coffee!