Pumpkin smashes, an at-home Macy's Day Parade, and backyard Quidditch — this array of games is here to save you when you're busy basting the turkey with one hand and wrangling a house full of kids with the other. Whether they're played before or after the big meal, they're a great way for your loved ones to bond on Thanksgiving.
Give the classic birthday party game a Turkey Day twist! Just use construction paper to craft a happy-looking bird.
Just make sure you've got a good prize ready for the winner — taking home extra leftovers, maybe?
Here's a fun way to remember this year's Turkey Day — take dozens of pictures with these hilarious props.
You'll have a whole night's worth of activities with these printable games!
Technically a craft and a game, this holiday-themed will keep 'em busy for twice as long.
Reinforce youngins' counting skills by feeding a brown paper bag turkey acorns.
Fire up the parade on TV and then have one at home by blowing up mini floats like this feathered turkey balloon.
The secret to this tossing game? Wrapping whole rolls of toilet paper in orange felt.
Get the whole family up and moving to burn off those mashed potatoes post meal.
Since will most likely happen through the whole long weekend, get a jump on the fandom with a game of broomless backyard Quidditch.
It isn't a game, but this colorful craft will keep kids just as occupied — although, seeing how long folk last before polishing off all the cornucopia candy might count as the game component.
With a few twists, a large paper bag becomes a turkey — perfect for throwing balls of "stuffing" into!
Transform your old winter gloves into turkey props for a post-meal puppet show.
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Because setting the Thanksgiving table is just as important as keeping everyone entertained while dinner's cooking.