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  • Maxine

    thankful tree for november. LOVE this. now to get a silhouette to make the leaves. (HA! and sigh.) / bargain bound.

  • Stephanie Brown

    Cute idea - A thankful tree for the month of November-can put on classroom door and students write what they are thankful for on the leaves

  • Lindsey Ireland

    Cute idea - A thankful tree for the month of November- each day have a different child write something they are thankful for

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