Isn’t that the whole point of the holiday? Sometimes it’s drowned out by the holiday dinner and Black Friday ads. That’s why I’m featuring 30+ ways of giving thanks on Thanksgiving!
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This Week’s Featured Resources…
I love this idea for each child to have their own giving thanks bucket!
Having a visual reminder of the things that you are grateful for is very effective and this little guy is so cute!
Keeping children thankful even after the holiday is the real challenge. Here are some great tips!
Make these simple cards with your kids and show someone that you don’t normally say thank you to, your gratitude.
Are you ready!? Here are 7 ideas for great conversations and it could turn into a meaningful family tradition.
Help your children create an attitude of gratitude in others with simple acts of kindness.
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