These November crafts for preschoolers are the perfect addition to your fall lesson plans. Make them during craft time, turn them into an autumn station, use them as fun morning work, or create them at home.
November Crafts For Preschoolers
November crafts are the perfect addition to your fall planning. Whether you’re planning a harvest party craft session or you’re creating at home. There is a great activity for kids this month.
Last month fall was in full swing. And we continue through these cooler months. While we’re starting to bundle up and get comfy for winter, these crafts will help keep you busy inside.
From fun Thanksgiving crafts to cute autumn activities there is something for everyone.
While kids of all ages will enjoy these easy crafts, they are perfect for pairing with your favorite November preschool themes. These fun projects are perfect for stations, or during a classroom party.
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November Preschool Themes
Here are several exciting themes you can explore in your classroom. Use one or fill your activity calendars with these special days and themes. Then find a craft project to go with the theme!
- Airplanes (Aviation History Month)
- Games (Week 3 is Game and Puzzle Week)
- Pine Cones
- Puzzles (Week 3 is Game and Puzzle Week)
- Trains (National Model Railroad Month)
Special Days In November
- 1st – All Saints Day
- 1st-2nd – Dios Los Muertos
- 8th – STEM Day
- 11th – Veterans Day
- 13th – World Kindness Day
- 15th – America Recycles Day
- 1st Saturday – Book Lovers Day
- 1st Tuesday (after the 1st Monday) – Election Day
- 4th Thursday – Thanksgiving
- Advent Begins (date varies)
Our Favorite Craft Supplies
When creating these cute fall-themed activities, you are probably going to want to stock up on some supplies.
These simple materials are perfect for crafting with young kids. While not each of them is used in the crafts below, they are all staples in our craft bin. If you don’t have any on hand, that might be ok. Take a look at the craft first to see whether or not you need them.
- Construction Paper – One of our favorite craft supplies.
- Cardboard – Perfect for using up all those boxes you get in the mail!
- Craft Sticks or popsicle sticks – A classic staple, use them in your craft or to mix paint.
- Kid-Friendly paint – Kids love to get messy! Check out our favorite tips for painting with young children.
- Googly Eyes – You can literally add them to any project and it instantly becomes cuter.
- Tissue Paper – We always have this on hand. Buy it new or use or save it from birthday parties and holidays.
- Toilet Paper Rolls/Paper Towel Rolls – A great way to recycle your paper tubes is to use them in crafts!
- Paper Plates – Grab this party supply to create fun crafts.
- Contact Paper – We use this a lot to create suncatcher crafts
- Pipe Cleaners – Their bendy and hold their shape, which makes for some fun creating!
- Coffee Filters – This inexpensive item is fun to create with.
- Pom Poms – Fluffy and always fun.
- Egg Cartons – Recycle these into fantastic crafts!
- Puffy Paint – Makes great snow!!
- Cotton Balls – Perfect for fuzzy tails.
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