* Starting with the most obvious, there are tons of free Thanksgiving coloring pages available online. There are also color by number pages, word searches, and mazes.
* Or what about some Pilgrim paper dolls? Let the kids cut them out. Check out these and these - both free.
* School-aged kids can make this Native American toilet paper tube centerpiece (or turn it into a play set). Or print out these paper pilgrims and Indians instead.
* Thanksgiving Mad-Libs. These are so fun for kids who can read! (Here's another version.)
* Print out and assemble the "Sail on the Mayflower" game. Kids will have fun playing it - plus they'll learn a little history. Or have the kids play this Candyland-like homemade Thanksgiving board game.
* Give the kids a Thanksgiving themed cootie catcher.
* Set the kids up with turkey bowling.
* Give the kids activity placemats. Try this Mickey Mouse Thanksgiving placemat, or these Micky and Friends mats, this Thanksgiving activity mat, this "I'm thankful for" mat, or this one.
* Hide a bunch of paper turkeys around the house and have the kids scavenge for them.
* Print out these simple Thanksgiving puzzle pieces for young kids to match up.
* Buy this Thanksgiving roll the dice game (for $1) and let the kids have at it.
* Print out the "Don't Eat the Tom!" game. This is simple enough for preschoolers on up.
* Do your kids like the "Would You Rather?" game? Here are some fun Thanksgiving related questions to add to the game.
* Print this Roll and Draw a turkey game; even toddlers can do this one!