Thanksgiving is often overlooked as it squeezes in between Halloween and Christmastime. Here is a list of things of ways to teach your kids the practice of gratitude.
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TAKING TIME FOR THANKSGIVING FUN
Thanksgiving is often overlooked as it squeezes in between candy-filled Halloween and the presents of Christmastime.
A few years ago I became more intentional in the way I approached November, pointing out to my children that it’s a month of practicing gratitude, a skill which can benefit you for a lifetime.
Here are some of my favorite ways to get the kids involved in acknowledging and celebrating the spirit of Thanksgiving all month long.
PICTURE BOOKS ABOUT GRATITUDE
One of my favorite things about the holidays are talking about them with my kids to build excitement. These picture books about Thanksgiving are a great way to get the conversation started.
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- 30 Day Challenge: Write Something You’re Grateful For Each Day
- Teach Your Kids Responsibility and Make Cleaning Fun with These Chore Ideas
- 5 Tips for Teaching Your Children the Reason for the Season This Christmas
Happy Turkey Day!
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