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Go beyond, "What are you thankful for?" with these fun worksheets. The first one asks children to think of things they are thankful for that meet specific criteria. The second has an ABC format.Not only do these questions facilitate flexible and fluent thinking, but they also get kids to think more deeply about all the things they have to be grateful for. This activity is a good one for Thanksgiving, but could be used at anytime of the year.WHAT’S INCLUDED:✍️ PRINT:2 Gratitude WorksheetsDIGITAL:
This Thanksgiving poetry activity not only introduces the idea of Haikus, but also allows students to create amazing poetry about themselves! Students are asked to create 3 different haikus: "I am thankful," I am grateful," "I appreciate." While these are synonymous, students are prompted to choose three different themes to explore. Freshly updated with a new look in May 2021!This product includes a one-page explanation with example, plus one page for original student work - in both printable
7th - 9th
I photocopied this and make a booklet for my students! Based on research, practicing gratitude will help students to stay calm, lower anxiety, and even develop new neural pathways for the brain! I even made one for myself so I could do it with my students!
PreK - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
Gratitude Coloring Pages | Kindness Printable | Thanksgiving Coloring PagesPages: 5 pages + credit pagePlease see the preview for more information.Paper Format:A4 size - 21cm x 29.7cmREMINDER:This is a DIGITAL download.Not a physical item.Let us know if you have any questions or concerns.Just message us here! :)Follow us!InstagramPinterestFacebookBlog
Decorate your classroom with this festive Thanksgiving bulletin board. No colored ink is required which makes it perfect for any classroom. Just print and cut on cardstock and you'll have a beautiful fall display. Best of all your students will be practicing gratitude while beautifying your classroom. This product includes: Thankful BannerTREE sign Thankful LeavesDOES NOT INCLUDE SCARECROWI hope you and your students enjoy my products as much as I enjoy making them. Happy Teaching!Check out my
Gratitude Leaves is a writing activity to encourage students to focus on everything they are grateful for and share with others. Great gift for students to take home as a gift to celebrate Thanksgiving. Includes:- 5 Different Leaf formats (with prompts, without prompts, with lines and without lines)- Jar Labels - List of gratitude prompt ideas PLEASE NOTE: The cards are mini in size. the writing space is VERY SMALL. The square cards measure approximately 2.75 x 2.75. You might also be interested
Not Grade Specific
FREE I Am Thankful Lists has two inspiring lists that will be beneficial for your classroom during this Thanksgiving and holiday season. *Included in this freebie: ~List of picture books for inspiring students to be thankful and grateful ~Student handout: My Top 10 Thankful List ***This free product is part of a full-download product, I Am Thankful Journal Kit*** If this product is a good fit for you, please keep reading below: **************************************************************
K - 6th
This is a fun Thanksgiving themed unit. The activities in this unit are focused on improving basic math, reading, and writing skills. The product was updated on 11/9/13; additional activities were added, and adjustments were made to improve existing activities. The following is a list of specific activities included and their focus skills: Turkey Roll - counting, writing numbers, counting on from a given # My Thanksgiving Tradition - writing - 3 versions included I Am Thankful - writing - 2 v
Grab their attention and get them feeling grateful! Free Thanksgiving Gratitude Theme Reading, Writing, and Language! A great selection of Aesop's Fables with themes (morals) related to being grateful and giving thanks. Students explore character, motivation, theme, and new vocabulary. A writing warm-up is included with a selection of writing topics in which students must self-reflect on gratefulness. A language portion requires students to make corrections to sentences. Plus analogies to practi
The Thankful Apple Pie Spinner Thanksgiving Craft is a fun and simple craft that is great to have kids make for Thanksgiving. It’s a great way to help kids learn how to think about and write down all the things they are thankful for at Thanksgiving time so they can practice gratitude.It’s also a great reminder that all of those wonderful things in their life are from God. The pie spinner craft for Thanksgiving also includes a verse reference to 1 Chronicles 16:34 which reminds us to always be th
PreK - 3rd
Elementary school students will write what they are grateful for on the acorns and then color the picture. This free Gratitude Tree page is one of the pages found in my printable gratitude journal and is a perfect fall-themed Thanksgiving activity.Page count includes a Cover, Terms of Use, one page of resource previews, and Credits.More gratitude resources!Gratitude digital lesson with printable journalGratitude JournalFollow Counselor Station on TPT!Don't forget to leave a review to earn credit
There are 37 frames to use in a journal. Some frames have prompts like "find 3 things that are blue" or "I am so grateful for..." This activity allows children to look around their world and consider the many things that they could be grateful for. This is a writing activity that requires a blank book to glue these frames into.
Gratitude Thanksgiving Coloring PagesFile information- PDF- 10 page- US Letter size 8.5" x 11"
Not Grade Specific
A simple gratitude exercise to pair with your Thanksgiving and gratitude themed lessons. After reading a gratitude and/or Thanksgiving themed story, have students brainstorm things they are thankful for. You may wish to make a gratitude tree for the entire class. Then, handout these worksheets and have students identify one thing they are thankful for to write and color. This download includes an all black-and-white pdf of the worksheet shown. Ratings and reviews are appreciated. :) For books, a
PreK - 6th
Get in the spirit of Thanksgiving with these fun and insightful activities. Move a step beyond gratitude and show acts of appreciation and kindness towards the people in your life who make a difference all year long. For both formats, choose an act of appreciation for each day of the month. Cross them out as you do each one. On Thanksgiving, share about what each kind act meant to you. Format 1: Cut the larger size Gratitude Cards and place them in a container. Each day, choose a ran
Not Grade Specific
High School Lesson | Gratitude Journal | Thanksgiving Lessons for Middle School and High School | Gratitude Lessons | Bell-Ringer Secondary __________________________________________________________________LOOKING for personal development based curriculum that does NOT require a book? Take a look at my latest 14 week secondary unit Teaching Happiness: Healthy Habits for Happy Adolescents, which includes detailed daily lesson plans aligned with ELA Common Core Standards grades 9-12 here: https://
Looking for a fun, free Thanksgiving freebie to fill in time at the end of a language arts lesson pack? Would you like to instill a bit of gratitude in your students as the holiday season approaches? Read on, or just download this Thanksgiving freebie now. :)President John F. Kennedy once said, "As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them."The words in this quote have been scrambled, and your students will be challeng
Looking for a craft to help students express their gratitude this Thanksgiving? this pumpkin craft is simple, and allows you to discuss being thankful. These are perfect for Sunday School, Bible Class, Children's Church, or elementary classes.Students will write things they are grateful for on the pumpkin, then they will use a staple to staple the pumpkin together.Works best on orange paper, or printing out the color version. Need more Thanksgiving activities?Bible Verse Sword Drills about Grati
Are you looking for a fun and exciting Thanksgiving Activity to share with your students this holiday? Try our Thanksgiving Writing Project. Our writing activity will help guide your students to express their gratitude to their loved ones through cards and letters. Awesome project for your students to share with their loved ones this holiday season. Plus, includes coloring pages. Days of writing personal letters and handwritten cards are slowly leaving us. Children are growing up so fast in our
A fun interactive way to have kids identify things they are thankful for. There is enough space to write or draw pictures. You can color your own or print them in color to save time.
Not Grade Specific
Challenge your students to think of 100 things they are thankful for! Included is an idea list to make it a little easier. I know you have a lot of choices on TpT from a lot of talented sellers. Thank you for taking the time to consider my product. I would love to have you follow my store to be notified of future products and freebies! Let me know if you have any questions and have a wonderful day! Happy Thanksgiving! Melissa Jungle Learners TpT Store Jungle Learners Facebook Jungle Le
1st - 12th
In our consumer-driven, "me-focused" culture, it can be difficult to practice gratitude. With that in mind, I created this unit, and was inspired to offer it for free as my Thanksgiving gift to teachers everywhere. I hope it will bless classrooms across the country. This two-week Thanksgiving unit is not about pilgrims, Squanto, or Plymouth rock. The fables, short stories, and plays chosen for this unit have one thing in common: they each tell an amazing story or teach a valuable lesson about wh
If you're looking for a last-minute activity that also helps the students to focus on GRATITUDE, then this product is for you. This quick and easy Thanksgiving holiday activity can be used in any classroom and edited for any grade level.
6th - 12th
Enjoy this cute and meaningful gratitude FREEBIE for your FSL students! Perfect for celebrating Thanksgiving/l'Action de grâce or as a fall activity. First, print the leaves and gratitude banner on coloured paper/or cardstock or have students colour in or paint the leaves. Then, students can write and/or draw what they are grateful for in each leaf. Students cut out the leaves and slightly overlap them before glueing them. Younger students can glue their leaves around a paper plate or a cardboar

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