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Turkey Egg-tivities: Dig last spring's plastic eggs out of the closet to use for Thanksgiving entertainment.

A Quick Craft That'll Last: These handprint place cards take just a few minutes to make but will grace your holiday table for years.

3 Simple and Sweet Walking Games: A pre- or post-feast constitutional does everyone good. If your crowd needs a little extra encouragement, try these ways to spice up a stroll.

The family's gathered from near and far -- so make the most of it! These get-moving activities, giggle-inducing games, and group crafts will boost the fun factor and keep spirits high.

Hats Off for Crayons: Fill these pilgrim hats with crayons, cover the kids' table with paper, and let your young guests draw all over the "tablecloth."

Day-After-Thanksgiving Turkey and Dumplings

Pumpkin Streusel Tart: Capture the sweetness of the season with a dessert inspired by pumpkin pie. The buttery, nutty topping and thick crust make it heartier and crunchier—and dare we say, more delicious?—than the traditional dessert.

Everyday Fun: Happy Turkey Craft

Nature-Hike Wreaths: Here's how your crew can take in some lovely local sights and end up with a take-home memento, too.

Thanksgiving Crayon Caddy: This adorable turkey makes a festive addition to the holiday kids' table. Each holds enough drawing supplies to keep young guests entertained right through dessert.

These irresistible treats are sure to be gobbled up as soon as they land on the dessert table.

Marshmallow Pilgrim Hat Treats: Crunchy and sweet, these creations are a great way to cap a Thanksgiving classroom party.

Corny Cookies: These candy-topped treats are a sweet addition to your feast.

Cute Gobbler Cupcakes: Fun to make (and even more fun to eat!), these tasty turkeys fit the bill.

Drumstick Hunt: Paper turkey legs play hide-and-seek with Thanksgiving guests in this twist on an Easter tradition.

Turkey-and-Stuffing Bites with Cranberry Dipping Sauce: The best flavors of Turkey Day are rolled together in these super-moist meatballs.

Pumpkin Streusel Tart: Capture the sweetness of the season with a dessert inspired by pumpkin pie. The buttery, nutty topping and thick crust make it heartier and crunchier—and dare we say, more delicious?—than the traditional finale to a Thanksgiving meal.

Pick a Pepper: Make a flock of wee turkeys, and kids will flock to them and their sweet-pepper tail feathers.

Showcase autumn's fruits, veggies, and flavors with these tempting in-season recipes: Parsnip and Potato Pancakes, Butternut Squash and Apple Bake (our healthier version of a veggie casserole), and Parsley Pesto Veggies

Popcorn Pacing: Burn off a few calories after a big Thanksgiving dinner with a goofy outdoor relay race that has the ecofriendly side effect of providing food for birds and squirrels.

What's your family's favorite #fall treat? Try some sweet Cupples, hollowed-out apples filled with warm cinnamon cider.

Wreath of Plenty: Each note of gratitude pinned to this leafy wreath only improves its lush look. Set out blank leaves, pens, and straight pins and ask guests to add what they're thankful for.

Hats Off for Crayons: Fill these pilgrim hats with crayons, cover the kids' table with paper, and let your young guests draw all over the "tablecloth."