I'm loving the burlap trend this season. Fill these Thanksgiving goodie bags with treats from the season as a parting gift for your small friends.
These modern dot placemats will keep kids super busy while they're waiting for the feast. I love that they come personalized with your child's name too.
Place one of these Lucky Break faux wishbones on each plate, and there will be no more fighting over who gets the wishbone.
I guess decorating pumpkins isn't just for Halloween any more. This kit makes Thanksgiving pumpkin decorating easy.
Stick these felt pilgrim finger puppets on top of candy sticks, and then put them in jars for a fun centerpiece.
Get the family conversations going with this Thanksgiving Box of Questions.
These mail-order caramel apples would make a great addition to the Thanksgiving dessert table.
Set the table with mini chalkboards and chalk, and have the kids write down what they're thankful for. As an added bonus, these little slates can then be used as holiday ornaments.
I don't know why, but my kids love having their food served in separate compartments. These divided ceramic plates are perfect for kids who don't want their mashed potatoes touching their stuffing.
These silk-screened, silicone placemats from Modern-twist come in lots of cool designs that the kids can color with dry erase markers. I want one!
Why do toddlers get all the cool utensils? These Boon Modware Toddler Utensils are perfect for scooping up mashed taters and gravy.
Set your kids' table with these soft cloth napkins — they're so much gentler than paper on those sweet pie-smudged faces. You can reuse them in lunchboxes after the holiday.
This protective bowl cover from Boon will save the china, even if the cranberries end up splattered all over the floor!