What are You Thankful For? Simple Paper Craft for Kids – Free Printable
What you are thankful for? Teach thankfulness and gratitude with this easy cut and paste for kids
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Materials Needed for this Gratitude Craft for Kids
How to Make this Thankful for Paper Craft
- Print out the sheets. We printed ours on cardstock for extra durability but you can use regular paper as well. You could also print these out on colored paper.
- Cut out the triangles and circles. We included several different circles to give you options.
- Decide if you want to make a sun or flower and then color it accordingly. Use paint, markers, crayons, or dot markers.
- Glue the triangles (we used six) on the back of the circle.
- Write or draw what you are thankful for on the front of each of the triangles.
- Display your artwork to provide a constant reminder of all you are thankful for!
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Extend the Fun with These Adorable Finds:
Raising Grateful Kids in an Entitled World
The 3 Minute Gratitude Journal for Kids
This printable can be found on page 22 of the resource library.
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