10 Ways to Inspire Gratitude

It’s November (how did that happen??), now is the time to be extra conscious of all we are thankful for. This season count your blessings with these 10 lovely ideas that are sure to inspire an attitude of gratitude!  Learn more …after the break! 

  • Thankful Tree 1 of 9
    Thankful Tree
    Plant the seed of gratitude with this thankful tree. Write or draw picture of the things you are grateful for, and fill the branches with brightly colored leaves!
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  • String of Blessings 2 of 9
    String of Blessings
    String along a list of your blessings, make sure to leave blank slips of paper so the list can continually grow!
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  • Thankful Turkey 3 of 9
    Thankful Turkey
    This fun thanksgiving turkey is the perfect craft to create with your little one!
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  • Gratitude Garland 4 of 9
    Gratitude Garland
    Bring the spirit of Thanksgiving into your home with this fun gratitude garland!
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  • Thankful Board 5 of 9
    Thankful Board
    Having a designated thankful wall is a fun way to inspire a gratitude attitude. Create a chalkboard, or simply set out a strip of butcher paper!
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  • Thanksgiving Chain 6 of 9
    Thanksgiving Chain
    Print out this pretty Thanksgiving chain and see how long your gratitude garland can grow!
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  • Thankful Turkeys 7 of 9
    Thankful Turkeys
    This is a fun and simple craft that the little ones will love to do!
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  • Gratitude Wreath 8 of 9
    Gratitude Wreath
    Colorful clothespins are joyful way to count your blessings! List what you are thankful for on each clothespin for a wreath sure to inspire a grateful heart!
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  • Thanksgiving Countdown Bunting 9 of 9
    Thanksgiving Countdown Bunting
    Fill each pocket with an activity to inspire gratitude, anything from raking a neighbors leaves, to donating to the local shelter!
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I also created a bunting last year with 28 printable ideas — you can put one in each pocket and draw them out each day. My kids loved it!

November Month of Gratitude Bunting

Do you have any Thanksgiving ideas you can share with us? Share them in the comments — we would love to see YOUR ideas!


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