These free Thanksgiving gratitude printables for kids are a great way to work on character building during the holiday season. I also have a free Thanksgiving crossword puzzle if that would be helpful.
Whether you are a teacher, homeschool parent, parent, grandparent or other caregiver, these 8 “I Am Thankful” sheets provide a variety of gratefulness activities.
Free Thanksgiving Gratitude Printables for Kids
These gratitude printable are part of my character building series. The thanksgiving season is the perfect time to focus on thankfulness.
Thankfulness is such an important trait to develop. Having a heart of gratitude helps build contentment. It tackles jealousy, anxiety, selfishness and self-pity. Developing this trait can transform lives.
The memory verse I chose for thankfulness is:
““Be thankful in all circumstances, for this is God’s will for you who belong to Christ Jesus.” – 1 Thessalonians 5:18
I also love Philippians 4:6 because it ties in one of the solutions for anxiety – focusing on thankfulness.
“Do not be anxious about anything, but in everything by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known to God.” – Philippians 4:6
What is Provided in these Free Thanksgiving Gratitude Printables for Kids?
Today I am providing 8 free gratitude printables <—-download from here. These include:
- Alphabet Fill-In Sheet – I Am Thankful For…
- Journal Page – I Am Thankful For…
- Drawing Page – I Am Thankful For…
- Who? What? Why? am I Thankful – Fill-In Thankful Sheet for Thanksgiving
- My Thankful Week with a Focus on Daily Gratitude
- Thankfulness Prompt Fill-In Sheet
- I am Thankful for Tree to Write a Different Gratitude Item on Each Leaf
- I Am Thankful Die Rolling Game to Initiate Gratitude-Focused Conversations
These thankfulness activities can be used within a classroom, Sunday school class, homeschool learning or distance learning. Further, the printables can be used to initiate family discussion around the dinner table or in family devotionals.
We want to be intentional about engaging with our kids and teaching them to develop a heart of gratitude. This comes both through modeling these attitudes but also through deliberate teaching.
Why are these resources free? I front the costs for these gratitude printable designs (creator credits on page 9 of the pdf printable). My heart is to be a source for parents and caregivers, to equip you to do your job better. I pay for the clip art and printables so you do not have to. It’s as simple as that.
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What is Character Building?
Character building is intentionally investing in and strengthening the good and useful qualities in a human being. It is intended to develop the integrity and morals that not only benefit the individual but also the society.
I come from a Christian perspective, so the traits we focus on in my character building series are qualities that God has encouraged in His people because He loves us and knows what is best for us.
That said, these resources are for both believers and those who just recognize the beauty of teaching thankfulness or other great character traits to kids.
WHAT IS CHARACTER EDUCATION SERIES?
I have chosen 52 character traits to work on in my character building series, one for each week of the year. You can find the 52 traits here.
Within these 52 traits you will find over 7 lessons. Therefore, you can be intentionally teaching character to children every single day of the year if you choose to utilize what I have available here at Meaningful Mama.
While today’s resource focuses on thankfulness, I have so many lessons and activities available. I hope you will take advantage of what is accessible here.
Want more Lessons on Thankfulness?
Thankfulness Bible Verse Coloring Sheet
Thanks so much for the free Thanksgiving printables! I’ll use some for my grandson.
You are so welcome. Thanks for letting me know they will be used! 🙂