Thank you for sharing so many great activities at last week’s After School Linky! With Thanksgiving fast approaching, I’m featuring some posts that give us ways to teach kids to be thankful. Will you try any of these at your house this week?
This Tree of Gratitude craft is the best use I’ve ever seen for alphabet cereal! Check out the tutorial at House of Hendrix.
Love this Thanks for Giving Gift from Enchanted Homeschooling Mom — help your child make one to give to someone special in her life.
Get this free printable I Am Thankful book at the Stay-at-Home-Mom Survival Guide. Then have your child fill in a page for each day leading up to Thanksgiving – or any time of year!
These homemade turkey chocolate bar wrappers from The Educators’ Spin on It are a great craft for your kids to do as they think about people they’re thankful for.
Make this thankful turkey craft as an inspiration for writing about what you’re thankful for – from Kids Activities Blog.
Play this gratitude game to promote writing and math – from After School for Smarty Pants.
Kids of all ages can help make this gratitude tree from Kids Activities Blog.
And if you’re short on time or supplies, make this simple gratitude tree from Mama Smiles.
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