A Fun Way to Share Thankfulness
Thanksgiving is almost here. I love reflecting on the past year and all the things I have to be thankful for. Teaching kids to have a mindset of thankfulness isn't always easy. It does take practice. Our family always shares personal thoughts after our Thanksgiving meal. To spice things up a little, I made this game to help spark some thanksgiving cheer.
Quirky Turkey: A Game of Thankfulness
➤ Use it at home, with family and friends
➤ Use it in the classroom
➤ Use it for classroom parties
➤ Extend the game by having students write about their answers
➤ Be silly and act out your answers
However you choose to play, you will be thankful that you did. Have fun and practice having a thankful mindset.
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Written by Tammy's Toolbox
I have been an elementary tutor for almost 20 years, helping many students with reading, phonics, writing, and math. I love making individualized lessons and resources to help my students find just the right way to learn. My resources are all "tested" with my students and are fun, engaging and easy to use. Find out more about me at TammysTeachingTools.com