It is a top priority for our family to raise thankful children. These thankfulness activities for children will help you make gratitude a priority in your home. Grapevine has a broad selection of concept party products. There is something for everybody! We offer fun games and Printable scavenger hunt for kids, quizzes and murder mysteries for adults of all ages, as well as specific products for celebrations of the season like Halloween, Christmas, Easter or Summer.
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Thanksfulness Tree by Meaningful Mama – I love the idea that Thanksgiving can be a time to instill the concept of thankfulness.
This tree allows your family to share what they are grateful for each day, and create a beautiful keepsake.
Gratitude Garden by All Done Monkey – This is a great activity to show younger children how thankfulness can change our negative attitudes. It’s simple and powerful with a great message.
Bible Stories About Thankfulness
Thanksfulness Activities and Verses by Disciplr. There’s nothing better than teaching our children core values through Scripture. These verses and activities encourage a God-centered view of thankfulness. They are great conversation starters for all ages.
Thankfulness Turkey 3D Cut out by Real Life At Home: This is a simple craft that children of all ages can complete with pride.
Ideas for a Gratitude Jar
Gratitude Jar by Kids Activities blog: Another activity that can be done throughout November, and shared with the family on Thanksgiving Day.
Homemade Thankfulness Journals from A Mom with a Leson Plan: These journals are a great way to begin November.
Jill has created an inside page template that will prompt gratitude for children of all ages.
Thank You for the Worksheet
Thank You for Others by Your Modern Family. Do you enjoy place cards at your Thanksgiving table?
Make sure your children complete these “I am Thankful” cards and place them at each place setting.
Thankful Hands Tablecloth from Your Modern Family: This tablecloth is an inexpensive and fun way to record all the things that your family is grateful for each year. You can also keep those handprints for many years!
Thank You Card Ideas
The Spruce has all you need to make someone feel loved every day of November with Thankfulness Post Cards.
Who doesn’t like receiving a card by mail?
Gratitude Journal For Kids
Growing Book by Book for Lasso The Moon: Kids’ Gratitude journals for kids by Jodie. Jodie offers simple tips to make gratitude journals more appealing for your children.