Free printable Thanksgiving crafts and autumn paper decorations

Special  needs kids require a lot of hands-on activities to prevent them from getting bored or lost by abstract concepts. Making crafts is a great special education activity. Kids learn cutting, pasting and assembling. They practice eye-hand coordination and fine motor skills. Here are free printable Thanksgiving holiday and fall seasonal decorations: placemats, banners, table decorations, napkin rings, centerpieces and party supplies.Free printable Thanksgiving decorations and autumn paper crafts - Grand Rapids Holidays | Examiner.com

 

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