It’s November, which means our hearts and minds are turned to how blessed we are and how thankful we are for everything we have. We seem to notice our big blessings in life most of the time, but now is a great time to notice the small things we tend to overlook. We’ve tried to make it a point of teaching our kids gratitude throughout the year but we like to emphasize it even more this time of year. These Gratitude Activities for Kids are a great way to get them to recognize and be grateful for what they have. It’s also a great way to talk about how to help others and become a blessing in someone else’s life.
You still have plenty of time to implement one or more of these ideas in your family as we lead up to Thanksgiving. The best part is that you probably already have all the supplies for most of these creative projects. We’ve done something a little different every year and I’m looking forward to doing something like a grateful tree this year. I’m not sure what we’re doing yet but I will be sure to share it on instagram.
The Gratitude Game by Teach Beside Me
Pumkin Pie Spinner by Parents.com
Thankful Turkey Book by B-Inspired Mama
Gratitude Scavenger Hunt by Let’s Get Together
Wreath of Plenty by Parents.com
Thankful Banner by Organize and Decorate Everything
Count Your Blessings Tree by Somewhat Simple
Gratitude Turkey Treat Jar by Toddler Approved
Thankful Jar by The Realistic Mama
Thanksgiving Cootie Catcher by Bren Did
Gratitude Stones by Our Peaceful Planet
Thankful Printable by I Heart Crafty Things
Thankful Pumpkin by One Artsy Mama
Thankful Garland by 281 Designs
Thankful Sunflower by Parents.com
Thank You Bank by Tips from a Typical Mom
Gratitude Mobile by Parents.com
Gratitude Pumpkins by The Joy of Boys
Gratitude Tree by Kids Activities Blog
Gratitude Project by Infarrantly Creative
Happy Thanksgiving from my family to yours! I hope you have everything you need and your heart is full of gratitude. Share your love and abundance!