How fun is this thanksgiving kids craft idea? Teach your kids a little history at thanksgiving with this thanksgiving craft idea, Native American headdresses. Have them create their own Native American motifs for their headbands. If you’re looking for some creative thanksgiving kids table ideas see what we came up with here.
If you would like to know how to make pilgrim bonnets and hats we can walk you through it step by step! If you have a younger crowd, try our paper plate Mayflower craft.
What you need:
Scissors or Paper Cutter
Step 1: Cut 2” wide strips of white card stock. 2” x 12” is a good guide for each strip. It took 2 strips stapled together for my 7 and 6 and 4 year old.
Step 2: Google Native American motifs to get pattern ideas for the band. Kids can also create their own motif design. Use the colored pencils to design your headband. Make sure to color the design on both strips. Staple the strips together to make one long strip.
Step 3: Cut various sizes of feathers from colored construction paper. First cut the shape of the feather. Next, cut small slits in a downward on each side of the feather shape. You can scrunch each side up a bit to give the feather some life.
Step 4: Arrange the feathers on the back, inside of the headband. Staple the feathers to the band.
Step 5: Measure the headband around your child’s head and staple together where you mark the size.
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