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Free Games for Thanksgiving

The Thanksgiving games we list here come in two flavors: online video games and puzzles that you play on your computer, and games designed for kids and families that you can play that do not involve computers (not directly, anways).

Free Thanksgiving Games If you’re into computer games, particularly those with a turkey angle, check out They host nearly two dozen slide puzzles, word searches, jigsaw puzzles, and video games with titles such as Turkey Run, Turkey Hunt, and Gobble’s Tic Tac Toe.

Hot Games for Girls. Hot Games for Girls is another online games site, this one with an emphasis, surprise surprise, on games geared towards girls. Game titles here include Little Thanksgiving Chef, Thanksgiving Dinner Dress Up and Décor, and your choice of either Catch Thanksgiving Turkey or Thanksgiving Turkey Rescue, depending on where you stand on the issue.

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Not Just for Kids! Thanksgiving Games. Not Just for Kids! lists a number of games designed to keep the little ones busy/engaged before and after the big meal. Games include Corn Hunt, Turkey Hunt!, Where’s Mr. Turkey! (I’m sensing a theme), and Pumpkin Roll. One big plus here is that games are broken down into those that are quiet, those that are noisy, and those best conducted outside. In theory, this will allow you to retain some level of control over the crazy.’s Thanksgiving Games & Activities. This is another site that lists games to keep the kids busy, and there doesn’t seem to be a huge overlap with Not Just for Kids! (so definitely check out both sites). Games here include Wall Football, a variety of Gourd Games, and a Jenga-like game called Tippy Tippee. One of the ones on my list to try is their Thanksgiving TV Bingo, which you can print out to play along with the Macy’s Parade.

Other free Thanksgiving resources:

Thanksgiving Clipart – Thanksgiving Games – Thanksgiving eCards/CardsThanksgiving Ringtones/SoundsThanksgiving Coloring PagesThanksgiving Screensavers, Wallpaper, and Desktop Themes

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