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Thanksgiving Thankful For Printable

Today I have a fun interactive Thanksgiving printable with you! 
 
My oldest is 3 this year, its the first year I think he can truly start to understand the meaning behind the Thanksgiving holiday. Its not just a big meal with family! 🙂 
 
I created this Thankful For printable for us to list the things we are thankful for either on a daily basis or especially around the holidays. 

 

I added some warm attributes to the printable with 
doily bunting, a cute turkey, and lace borders.

 

Did you know you can use glass as a dry erase surface?
 
After framing the printable in a fun ornate frame, my 3 year old and I sat down and started our list of the things we are thankful for. We have plenty of time to fill in all 10 spots by Thanksgiving. And if we change our minds about what we are thankful for we can simply erase it and replace it with something else!  
 
(Baby brother drooling on big brother’s toys could get him demoted.) 😉
This Thankful For printable will print as an 8×10 image on an 8.5×11 sheet of paper. 
 
It can be downloaded here
or by clicking the above image.

 

This printable acts a wee bit of Thanksgiving decor
 as well as something fun the family can fill out together.
 
 
 
(This project was originally shared at Mine for the Making.)
 
 
 
 

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Chris

Sunday 20th of November 2011

Hi Michele, what a lovely idea. I think the frame is gorgeous also. Thanks for sharing. I have recently found your blog and am now following you, and will visit often. Please stop by my blog and perhaps you would like to follow me also. Have a wonderful day. Hugs, Chris

Ladybird Ln

Tuesday 15th of November 2011

THis is so much fun, what a great and memorable way to record your blessings! I am having a turkey show off party this weekend complete with prizes, I would love it if you would share this!

Carleewww.ladybirdln.com

South Bay Studio

Sunday 13th of November 2011

Thank you for this printable, I will use it for my 2nd grade class next week. Kathi

gail

Sunday 13th of November 2011

great family printable! :)gail

Caren

Saturday 12th of November 2011

Great idea! No, I didn't know you could use glass as a dry erase surface! My kids will LOVE this :)Thanks for sharing (stopping by from Bev's link party (Flamingo Toes))

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