This thankful hands Thanksgiving craft is a simple way to get children thinking about what they are thankful for as we approach Thanksgiving.
We made these Thankful Hands to get the kids focused on gratitude in preparation for Thanksgiving this year. I originally intended to string these up as a garland (see previous post), but always-opinionated Emma disapproved. I think her idea of putting them up on the window is pretty cool.
How to Make a Thankful Hands Thanksgiving Craft
- Baby food
- Trees and the leaves that fall down
- Emma’s food
- Mama’s ring
Have you ever made a thankful hands Thanksgiving craft like this? How about another gratitude focused Thanksgiving craft? We have since made gratitude chains and this very simple gratitude tree.
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MaryAnne lives is a craft loving educator, musician, photographer, and writer who lives in Silicon Valley with her husband Mike and their four children.
4 thoughts on “Thankful Hands Thanksgiving Craft”
What a lovely idea! :)
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I like that Emma put herself first on Johnny’s list. =)
I echo Catherine’s comment–there is a lot to be thankful for about your ring, though! Everything is symbolizes… That’s so great :)
It’s so cute that one of the things she likes is your ring. =)
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