The most wholesome of holidays is coming up.
It’s my favorite holiday by a mile and I LOVE that it focuses on such a wonderful quality; thankfulness.
But if you’ve spent more than five minutes with a three year old, you know that thankfulness doesn’t come naturally. It needs to be modeled and taught.
And what better time of year than now to get your kids into the grateful spirit. These decorative ideas will help you and your children put aside discontentment and rejoice in the gifts we’ve already been given!
Be Thankful Folders – by Gingersnap Crafts
Thankful Banner – by the Idea Room
Thankful Bucket Garland – by Uncommon Designs
Mini Pinwheel Garland –by Stephanie Lynn
Be Thankful Frame – by Landee See Landee Do
Thankful Leaf Raffia Garland – by Simply Modern Mom
Thankful Tree – by Rhythms of Play
Thankful Rocks –by Mom Inspired Life
Thankful Turkeys – by Handmade Kids Art
Thankful Wreath with Paper Leaves – by Meaningful Mama
Thankful Turkey Box – by i Heart Crafty Things
Gratitude Chain – by Mama Smiles
Gratitude Pumpkins – by the Joys of Boys
Gratitude Placemats – by Mama’s Happy Hive
Thankful Leaf Wall – by What Do We Do All Day
How do you celebrate Thanksgiving? How do you encourage thankfulness in children?
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