Thanksgiving Classroom Ideas
Teaching and showing gratitude in the classroom
Teaching Gratitude to Children ~ Planet Weidknecht
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What Really Happened? Comparing Stories of the First Thanksgiving
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Financial Literacy- Black Friday
Bulletin Board for November: a hand a day with thankfulness. Lots of variations on this- but it could be a good way to gather a lot of writing starts.
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This could be an interesting cause and effect activity, or a perspective writing piece.
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A link up of great, free Thanksgiving ideas for the classroom
This is a classroom idea from some place, but with our huge family holiday dinners, we could easily make this with everybody's name on them for the table! :) "For this family, we are thankful" classroom idea, holiday ideas, family holiday, bulletin board, famili, fall fun, cooki mama, fall trees, hallway art
This is a classroom idea from some place, but with our huge family holiday dinners, we could easily make this with everybody's name on them for the table! :) "For this family, we are thankful"
This could be a cool idea to use in a classroom. Each day have the kids write something new that they are thankful for and slip it into their individual jar and let them keep it as a reminder of their many blessings!