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    • Amy M

      Thankful Tree from Bargain Bound. From site pinned: "Each night, the kids will take a leaf and write something they are thankful for on it. Then they will place it up on a branch of the tree. The leaves are taped on the wall using painter's tape. By the end of the month the tree will be filled with colorful leaves and thankful thoughts."

    • Melissa Scott

      Cute idea - A thankful tree for the month of November- I would modify this for school by having a leaves added each day with something written on it that a student feels thankful for!

    • Cathy Macfarlane

      Cute idea - A thankful tree for the month of November. Each day family members can add a leaf with something written on it that they are thankful for!

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