Gratitude Crafts to be Thankful for this Holiday Season
One of my favorite Thanksgiving traditions is going around the table and listening to all my family members recount what they are most thankful for. Although these past few years have been trying, and for many have brought unexpected life changes, most can agree that despite the upheaval, there still are many things that we can be thankful for.
When my children were younger, helping them reflect on their gratitudes in the quiet moments of the holidays, while still lounging in our PJs, was one of the most rewarding experiences surrounding the holiday. Often I would use crafts to help them understand that there are little and big things that we all can feel grateful for every day.
Fall Crafts for Kids
The gratitude turkey is always a fun one.
I love the idea of a gratitude chain that you can expand on in years to come.
These clay gratitude leaves will take a little more work but if you put a family members name on the other side, they could double as Thanksgiving place cards for years to come.
How fun is this idea? Turn the entire kids table into an art station and let them go wild with Thanksgiving crafts!
One of the many things we are thankful for this year is your continued support of La Paloma. We hope you and your family have a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday.