Thankful Wreath for Thanksgiving

Each year I have my Nanny Kids make a Thankful Wreath. Teaching children to be thankful, generous, and kind is a lifelong process, and one that involves many friends and family to help. You can purchase the supplies needed for this project by tapping the products needed below or by visiting my storefront by clicking here.

You Will Need:

Autumn Colored Construction Paper
Leaf Template or Real Leaves to Trace
Paper Plate
Crayons or Markers

What to Do:

1. Cut out the center from a paper plate.

2. Gather leaves from outdoors to trace onto construction paper or print out leaf templates from the Internet. Trace them onto construction paper.

3. Cut out a bunch of leaves in various Autumn colors.

4. Have the child write down the people and things they are grateful for on the leaves.

5. Have the child paste the leaves onto the paper plate. We added little brown acorns to cover the paper plate.

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