By now you probably have your Thanksgiving preparations in place. Your ingredients are waiting for you on the counter as the clock ticks before you need to start cooking. But, wait! Did you forget to pick up a hostess gift? It’s not too late! Run on over to our store in Frisco, TX and we’ll get you what you need! Or, if you are the one hosting – any of our Texas Treats make the perfect pre-dinner snacks or post-dinner sweets. Stop by!
A Harvest Howdy Basket Includes:
- Wild West Peanut Brittle
- 4oz. Authentic Texas Tortilla Chips
- 8oz. Salsa Ranchera
- Lindt Truffles
- Cowboy Snack Mix
- Harvest Trail Mix
- Shortbread Cookies
Soon your home will be filled with smiling faces, mouth-watering casseroles, and charming children! Which poses the question: what will those kids do when they start feeling restless? Even food can only take your children so far, and since naps are out of the question due to sugar highs, here are a few great Thanksgiving-themed games that will keeps your kids having fun and busy!
1. Make Thanksgiving Wreaths: Cut a small circle out of the center of a paper plate to make the shape of a wreath. Have the kids gather leaves from outside and glue them on to the plate. Another option is to cut leaves out of construction paper and have the kids write what they are thankful for and glue on. Very cute!
2. Pin the Tail on the Turkey: Why reserve this game for donkeys only?! Cut a large turkey body out of construction paper along with large feathers for a turkey tail. Blindfold the kids and have them try to get a feather to the tail of the turkey. They’ll love it!
3. Make a Thanksgiving Tree (for kids & adults!): Expressing thankfulness should not be reserved for children only! Have both kids and adults trace their hands on construction paper the cut out their hands. Each person writes their name and what they are thankful for and glue it to the large tree (simply cut out a large tree trunk from brown construction paper with some branches – real or paper) and voila! You have a Thanksgiving Tree. *Take a picture of it for all to remember their blessings the next year, too!*
The sky’s the limit for finding creative and meaningful ways to keep the kids busy and engaged at Thanksgiving dinner! Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!