It takes a special focus to have grateful kids today. November is a perfect time to start focusing on gratitude if you haven’t already. And, even if you have started, it always helps to have a month of concentrated gratitude activities. Today, I’m sharing links to sites with free Thanksgiving gratitude printables for kids … perfect for that month-long focus on gratitude.
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Free Thanksgiving Gratitude Printables to Go with Activities for Kids (and Families)
Things I Am Thankful For Story Window from Buggy and Buddy
Thankfulness Cards and Crafts from Happy and Blessed Home
Thanksgiving Gratitude Garland from A Life in Balance
Thankful Thanksgiving Printables (subscriber freebies – I Am Thankful ABCs + 4 Other Printables) from Natural Beach Living
Gratitude Tree from Mama Smiles
Thankfulness Scripture Copywork from My Joy-Filled Life
Family Devotions for November from Frugal Fun for Boys and Girls
Thanksgiving Photo Scavenger Hunt from Edventures with Kids
Turkey Thankful Coloring Page (and thankful list) from Mama Miss
Horn of Plenty Gratitude Printable from Kids Activities Blog
Gratitude Activity for Preschoolers: Free Printable Inspired by Bear Says Thanks from Sunny Day Family
Thankful Chalkboard Inspired Sign (subscriber freebie) from Sunny Day Family
I Am Thankful For Coloring Page (subscriber freebie) from Nurture Store
Thankful Cards from What Do We Do All Day?
I Am Thankful For… Placemat from Mama Miss
I Am Thankful For You Printable Tags from The Educators’ Spin On It
Thankfulness Cootie Catcher (subscriber freebie) from Bren Did
Thanksgiving Tree Printable from Craftionary
Thanks and Giving Tree from Cranial Hiccups
The Thankful Tree from Love Teaching Children
Gratitude and Thanksgiving Jar Activity and Free Printable Prompts from Inspired By Family
Thanksgiving Photo Booth Props from The Dating Divas
Thanksgiving Gratitude Conversation Starters from Modern Parents Messy Kids
Free Thanksgiving Gratitude Journals, Lists, and Letters for Kids
Gratitude List for Thanksgiving from Practical Mommy
Thanksgiving Gratitude Letters from Artsy Momma
My ABCs of Thanksgiving Journal from This Reading Mama
Thankful Journal from School Time Snippets
Gratitude Journal from WriteShop (post at Homeschool Creations)
Today I Am Grateful For… Interlined Paper from Storytime Standouts
30 Days of Thanksgiving Printable from Meet Penny
My ABCs of Thankfulness Booklet from Inspired By Family
Thanksgiving Gratitude Printables from Teachers Pay Teachers
More Thanksgiving Gratitude Activities for Kids
I have a post at Living Montessori Now called “Montessori-Inspired Gratitude Activities” with links to lots of resources.
I have a post here with lots of November family gratitude activities of all kinds.
I have another post here with more ideas on how to help your kids have an attitude of gratitude (November gratitude).
You’ll find some Thanksgiving gratitude songs in my roundup of free gratitude songs and rhymes for home or school.
Kids’ Thanksgiving Activities
And I keep adding family gratitude activities along with other Thanksgiving activities to my Kids’ Thanksgiving Activities Pinterest board. There are links to posts for a Thanksgiving tree (many different types of Thanksgiving tree), gratitude journal, gratitude bowl, gratitude jar, gratitude board, and gratitude garland. I love that Pinterest is so visual. Hopefully, you’ll find an activity that appeals to you.
Do you have a family gratitude activity during November or year-round?
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