Thanksgiving Printables Roundup

by Kay on November 20, 2013

It’s getting close to that time of year where we eat ourselves into a tryptophan stupor, but before we can do that it’s nice to enjoy the fall season and the festive holiday spirit. has all of the fun games and activities you could want for your Thanksgiving travels, while the rest of the sites take care of food, correspondence and school needs.
Thanksgiving_Bingo_5 is the perfect site for family fun, with more than 60 Thanksgiving greeting cards, matching games, bingo cards, fun facts and colorful invitations decorated with turkeys. Each one is free to print as a PDF, while editable versions cost a few dollars each. has a lot of holiday recipe cards for sharing Thanksgiving recipes for stuffing, casseroles, pumpkin pies and turkeys. Each one is decorated with meat, veggies, desserts and wine in bright, colorful illustrations. The 3×5 or 4×6 lined cards are free as PDFs, while editable versions that can be filled in through Microsoft Word cost $7.

Nothing keeps kids calm and out of the way during meal preparations like the 30+ Thanksgiving coloring pages at Free to download and print as a PNG file, these templates feature fun pictures of turkeys, pilgrims, families, cornucopia and more.
Finally, if you’re a teacher, have students write letters using the Thanksgiving letterhead templates at These pages have backgrounds decorated with pumpkins, turkeys and pictures of the harvest and are free to download as a DOC file. Or assign creative writing topics or holiday essays with the Thanksgiving writing prompts at These essay and short-story starters are designed for all ages and range in categories from elementary school to college. Each one is free to download and edit in a word processor.

However you celebrate Thanksgiving, make sure you have good food, friends and family and plenty of holiday printables!

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