What do dinosaurs have to do with Thanksgiving? Absolutely nothing! But that doesn’t mean they are not invited to the party. Let me show you how I made these easy Roar-a-licious dino pencil holders for the kid’s thanksgiving table last year.
We celebrate Thanksgiving at my mom’s every year, and there are a total of 9 children in attendance, 6 of them are boys under the age of 10. So I decided to make something special for their table to help occupy them during the waiting time of eating and being excused, and coloring a turkey or pumpkin page just wasn’t going to cut it.
These where a great hit with the kids and only took maybe 15 minutes to make. They drew in their notebooks, played dinosaurs and ate their caramel apples while waiting for the rest of us to finish up. I would say they were a success!
I do realize this is not a traditional thanksgiving craft, but who says it always has to be turkeys and pumpkins? I am already on the hunt for something unusual for this year’s table, any suggestions?