Tis, the season to be grateful! These activities will help you and your family cultivate a heart of thankfulness this season.
We need November so we can thoroughly embrace the small miracles of December!
No-Sew Thanksgiving Countdown calendar – Can you believe, it’s no sew? I made it simple with 31 pockets because I wanted to be able to change it up for other holidays. Get the details here.
ABC’s of Thanksgiving has been so fun to do this year with my little guy. Get the free printable booklet here!
21 Days of Thanksgiving Countdown– (click on link and right click on image, copy and paste into your document and print).
Gratitude & Thanksgiving Jar Prompts Printable – These are so fun and it’s what I’ve been using for the past couple of years you can get them here. Though this year I made similar ones to this but attached a verse to it. I’ll share that free printable soon!
Give Thanks Countdown Cards-These cards are designed to use at dinner, family night, in the car on the way to school. Just print and cut out. You can put them on a ring so you can have them with you at all times. I will be putting ours in our Thanksgiving Countdown calendar and each day our kids will pull one out at dinner. Page 1, Page 2, Page 3 (click on link, right click on image, copy and paste into your document, print)
Thankful Pumpkin Activity– This can be done each day in the month of November or the evening of your Thanksgiving meal.
Starting a Gratitude Journal– Aren’t these just lovely? I love how simply beautiful they are and I know the notes of gratitude that will be taken, will be priceless.
10 Days of Gratitude Challenge — This is going on now so make sure you join us. There are free printables one for you and one for kids.
Thank You Postcards I don’t know a single person who doesn’t love to receive thank you mail especially when it’s real mail! Here’s a fun way to get the kids involved in writing thank you notes.
Mayflower Ship! This craft doesn’t have a gratitude focus but it can. It’s easy, cute and can also be used as a place card for Thanksgiving.
Here are simple ideas we have utilized in our family to raise kids who are grateful and not entitled.