When it comes to Thanksgiving, I’m all about giving thanks (especially this year). I’ve created “I am thankful for” printable sheets for kids to be able to do this on their own. I feel like this is such a fun activity to do with your family during the holiday.
“I AM THANKFUL FOR” Printable for Families
When was the last time you sat down and thought about what you’re thankful for right now? We’ve had so much thrown at us in 2020 and it might even be tough for some people to come up with things.
When you’re thinking about filling out your “I am thankful for” printable, think big, think small, think everything in-between.
Thanksgiving this year will be an important time to take stock. I’ve been trying my hardest over the last few months to give thanks to the silver linings in my life. Whether it’s been spending more time with family.
Whether it’s been learning a new skill. Whether it’s been working from home. Find the silver linings.
As I look at my own “I am thankful for” printable, I want to make sure I give thanks to everything that has been meaningful this year to me.
It’s eating at home more.
It’s driving my daughter to school in the morning.
It’s having my 4 boys home for lunch 3 days a week.
It’s spending more time at home.
It’s taking a warm bath.
It’s a yummy cup of coffee in the morning.
It’s playing games with my daughter.
It’s just honing down and really looking at everything around me and finding the happiness and the joy.
Here are the (2) I Am Thankful For Printables I made for Thanksgiving. I added the alphabet because I wanted you to take some time with your child and go through each letter, helping them find something to be thankful for.
The best is when you get to the “harder” letters (Q, X, Y and Z). Help them come up with some creative and fun things.
Print this printable here.
Here is the other one for you, too.
Print this printable here.
I hope you enjoy this I am thankful for PRINTABLE. I’m always looking for ways to bring in activities for my kids during the holiday. This is just an easy way to do it. I also feel it’s important to constantly think about things you’re thankful for.
If you’re looking for some additional things to do with your kids, I have (2) things to share with you right now:
1. You can try this Thanksgiving Word Scramble that I created. I wanted to come up with another fun thing for the holidays, too. This is a fun one for you to do with your kids or let them do it alone.
2. I also have created a post of 35 Activities To Do with Kids this Thanksgiving. These are activities you can do with kids on your own or let them do together.
I’m all about sharing what you can during the Thanksgiving holiday. It’s a time to give thanks and count your blessings. It’s something you should bring into your family and continue to do all year long, too.
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