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November is a perfect time to focus on being thankful! Encourage gratitude and Thanksgiving celebrations with these crafts ideas to get your students in the holiday spirit! 


 

1. Handprint Hat

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(via craftymorning)

Make sure your students stand out in the playground!

2. Pine Cone Turkey

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(via firefliesandmudpies)

3. Turkey hand

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(via happiest mommy on the block)

Great way to express their artistic abilities.

4. Door decoration

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(via thingstoshareandremember)

5. Turkey Mason Jar 

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Not only fun for kids to create but also a great addition to home decorations!

6. Pilgrim Hat

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(via fiskars)

7. Colorful Feathers

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(via crafty morning)

8. Tissue Paper Turkey

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(via crafty morning)

9. Gobble Globe

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(via Ilovetocreate)

A combination of everything, hand cutout, glitter, glue and a great addition to classroom decorations!

10. Paper Pilgrims

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Bonus fun activity:

Learn how to say “thank you” in different languages. It can be fun for your students to  test their foreign language skills. (This website will help you learn to say "thank you" in over 400 languages!) 


BONUS: Cootie Catcher Free download

Make sure to download our Gratitude Cootie Catcher! Great way to encourage meaningful conversations in your classroom.

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