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A FUN way to celebrate Thanksgiving!
This DIY “I’m Thankful For…” crown is ready to print, cut, color and glue. No staples necessary, so there will be no sharp edges.
This customizable crown has a rotating strip to reveal new drawings and writing that the child has created to show what he/she is thankful for in his/her life.
How to Use this Product (Instructions for Students):
1st Decorate your base crown.
2nd Cut out 2 (possibly 3 for older children) strips of 3 squares by cutting on the dotted lines. A teacher can help cut off any extra white so it is easier to slide through, if need be.
3rd Have a teacher cut the 2 dotted lines on the crown (I used on X-ACTO knife), if not already done.
4th Use a glue stick to glue 2 or 3 strips together (depending on the size of your head) by gluing the *s on top of the “GLUE STICK” label to make a long strip.
5th Slide the strip from the back through one slit with the images upright and then, back through the other. Then glue the final * to the “GLUE STICK” label to make a loop.
6th Pick the image you want displayed first and have a very HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!!
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All images and clip art in this resource were created by me. This product is for your own personal use. You may print, copy and change it for use in your own classroom or home. If you think a colleague or friend would like it, please send them to my TPT page. Copying or changing and using for commercial purposes is strictly forbidden without written permission from Excited2Learn. Copying any of this product and placing on the internet in any form is strictly forbidden and will be in violation of the digital Millennium copyright Act (DMCA).