Looking for activities to entertain your kids while teaching them about gratitude this Thanksgiving? We’ve created a list of our favorites:
Thanksgiving Tree – On one side of your leaf, write what you are thankful for and on the other side, something nice you have done for someone.
Gratitude Mobile – Similar to the Thanksgiving Tree, this project helps kids express what their thankful for.
Mayflower Gratitude Boat – This is a great craft to do with kids, and it doesn’t require much in way of materials, just a paper grocery bag, tape, copier paper, scissors, a skewer and crayons.
Gratitude Rolls – These rolls put a fun “foodie” twist to expressing our gratefulness in a unique and creative way that will impact your children for years to come.
Be Thankful Garland – A decoration that displays your gratitude.
Thankful Heart Turkey – Teach your kids to be thankful with a thankful heart turkey where they can write who or what they are grateful for this year.
Do you have a favorite Thanksgiving gratitude project for kids? Share it with us at firstname.lastname@example.org