In our home, we love getting ready for the holidays, which means lots of kid-made decorations and hands-on projects. I created this Gratitude Collage template to help my kids learn how to express themselves around Thanksgiving. The prompts and illustrations were a super helpful way to help younger kids share their gratitude. I'll be framing these blankets up and hanging them in our living room!
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How we did it:
- colored pencils
Download and print our free printable here.
On the first page of squares, finish the sentence by writing what you're thankful for. Cut out the squares.
On the second page of squares, use markers or crayons to draw what you're thankful of using the prompt. What foods are you thankful for? What places are you thankful for?Once you're finished, cut out the squares.
Glue or tape your collage squares onto the template base. We alternated the written squares and the drawn squares to create a mixed pattern, but you can create any pattern or layout that works best!How does your family express and share gratitude around the holidays?