Thanksgiving Printables

by kevin on November 2, 2011

Let’s talk turkey. Or Tofurkey. I love Thanksgiving. Our home has traditionally been the “gathering place” for friends and family, and we like it that way. My wife is a wonderful cook, and we all enjoy eating until we’re sleepy. And then eating some more. We also like sharing what we’re grateful for, which is plenty.

Thanksgiving invitation


Accordingly, I decided to create a website specifically for ThanksgivingPrintables, at www.ThanksgivingPrintables.net. There are more than 60 cards, invitations, coloring pages, puzzles, mazes, and more to download and print. And everything on the site is free.

There are 25 coloring pages to choose, so you can keep the kids busy while dinner is cooking. There are pies, pilgrims, and cornucopias along with designs that you can enjoy all season long, such as falling leaves or pumpkins.

I’ve included a nice assortment of Thanksgiving mazes, with themes such as “Help the Mayflower Get to the Ocean” and “Help the Football Player Get to the Dinner Table.” There are also two word search puzzles with full-color seasonal designs.

The printable greeting cards and invitations have full-color designs of turkeys, gourds, pilgrims, and more, and are available in either small (quarter-fold) or large (half-fold) sizes. You can download a PDF, or, if you’d like to type into your card before printing (such as adding event details to an invitation), choose the DOC version for Microsoft Word. They’re all free!

Please keep reading the blog, as I’ll have a roundup of other Thanksgiving printables soon.

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