The next day, have them make a boy or girl pilgrim: http://www.dltk-holidays.com/thanksgiving/mpaperpilgrim.html
On the third day, have them write something about Thanksgiving. This can be copy work for the younger set, or an orignial paragraph for the bigger kids. At our house, I simply put words on our dry erase board that had to do with Thanksgiving and asked them to write a paragraph. Jake had to write two sentences.
Finally, have them glue it all together on a big piece of construction paper and add their names!
My kids had a good time with this, and it was a good way to review the meaning of thanksgiving at a time when we aren't studying American history.
Have fun with this one!