Monday, November 3, 2008

Thanksgiving Activities from Sugardoodle!

I know I'm behind on a few posts, but I wanted to get this up before it's too late. On the side of my blog I have a list of blogs I like to visit. I found this Thanksgiving activity list on Sugar Doodle. I really want to do this with my kids. Wish I hadn't missed the first few days!

We are thankful for our teeth.
Give mom and dad some of our Halloween candy in exchange for a gift.

We are thankful for our legs.
Go outside and run and jump!

We are thankful for our cousins.
Call or write a letter to one of our cousins.

We are thankful for our kitchen.
Cook or bake something fun together in the kitchen.

We are thankful for good food.
Go to the grocery store and pick out a food that you haven’t tried yet.

We are thankful for Turkeys!
Art Project: Make paper turkeys.

We are kind to others.
Think of something fun to give someone in the neighborhood.

We are thankful for Daddy.
Do something nice for daddy and be extra nice to him all day!

We are thankful for Mommy.
Do something nice for mommy and be extra nice to her all day!

We are thankful for the seasons. Go out and rake leaves together.

We are thankful for our brother.
Do something nice for (name) and be extra nice to him all day!

We are thankful for sister.
Do something nice for (name) and be extra nice to her all day!

We are thankful for our house.
Play a cleaning game.

We are thankful for each other.
Play a game together.

We are thankful for our hands.
Art Project: Finger painting.

We are thankful for our eyes.
Watch a special Thanksgiving show together.

We are thankful for our ears.
Play some fun music.

We are thankful for books.
Go to the library and pick out some Thanksgiving books.

We are thankful for pies.
Go to Marie Calendars (or some other place) and get some pies to deliver to people.

We are thankful for our grandparents.
Call grandma and grandpa and tell them "I love you"!

We are thankful for Heavenly Father.
Go on a nature walk and notice all of Heavenly Father’s creations.

We are thankful for our friends.
Make a special visit to some friends.

We are thankful for the computer.
Send an email to someone we love. Send them some pictures of us.

We are thankful for all of our toys.
Take some of the toys we haven’t been playing with to Goodwill to give to other kids.

We are thankful for our car.
Go on a special outing to the Children’s Museum, or other destination.

1 comment:

WolfleyFamily said...

Those look like some great ideas! I want to try them - thanks for sharing :)