Need some ways to focus on gratitude and kindness at this time of year? These FREE Thanksgiving printables are a great way to kick off the Thanksgiving Season.
Engage kids of all ages with these activities and create an atmosphere of graitude, kindness, and thankfulness in your home.
Free Printables for the Thanksgiving Season
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Hang a Gratitude Garland
This packet has everything you need to have some fun during this season of thanks. You’ll have games to keep the kids occupied, stationary and notecards to write letters of gratitude, and lists to record the gifts of your own season.
Your printable pack includes two different sizes of notecards to print and make a lovely Gratitude Garland during the holiday season. Whether you prefer 4×5 or 3×4 notecards for your Gratitude Garland, you’ll have the option to print three different designs (in either size) for this Thanksgiving season.
Record what you are thankful for, what makes you happy, and the people around you who show kindness. Recognize the gifts of the season each day.
Write Notes of Appreciation
Thanksgiving is the perfect time of year to take some time to write notes of appreciation to your friends and family. This season provides a good opportunity to slow down and surprise people we love with special notes.
Writers of all ages will find a way to communicate their appreciation and love for friends and family with the handy printables in this Gratitude pack. Whether you have a pre-writer, young writer, or a teen writer, you’ll find the perfect note writing (or drawing option).
- Leave a small note on a pillow.
- Send a letter in the mail.
- Slip a notecard in a lunch bag.
There are so many creative ways to let people know you love and appreciate them. This pack is full of notecards, drawing paper, and lined paper will get you started.
Make a Gratitude List
Take time to name things you are thankful for each day. List one thing on a lined list each day or turn it into a game and use the ABC Gratitude list. There is even an option so little ones can draw pictures if they don’t want (or are unable) to write.
Invite family to participate on Thanksgiving Day and share your Gratitude lists at the dinner table.
If you prefer a Thankfulness Tree, then you’ll be glad to have a printable tree and the page of leaf outlines. Write a few words of gratitude each day on a leaf, cut it out, and glue it on your Thankfulness Tree. The entire family can share one tree or each person can create their own Thankfulness Tree.
There are so many options in this printable packet that it will be easy for your family to focus on the gifts in your life this season.
Play a Game
Challenge yourself to focus on spreading kindness with Kindness BINGO, included in this printable pack. See if you can cross off the entire card instead of only the five squares that it takes to score a BINGO.
Once you are finished spreading kindness, take your family on a Gratitude Scavenger Hunt and find objects that remind you to be thankful. Work together or individually as you gather objects to represent your gratefulness.
Print Your Gratitude Printables Today
Have a wonderful season full of gratitude and kindness!
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