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I Am Wonderfully
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God Creates Man

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Honoring God
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God Bestows
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My Body is a
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The Story of Thanksgiving Craft:  Danielle's Place of crafts and activities has TONS of wonderful
thanksgiving crafts!  My favorite are the Story of Thanksgiving Turkey Crafts where children can learn
the events of the first thanksgiving while making an adorable turkey they can take home.

Thanksgiving Day Placemat Make a fun keepsake craft this Thanksgiving with these adorable leaf
placemats!

Colorful Corn Craft: These handprint corns would be adorable with a bible verse written on them, or
even something the children say they are thankful for.

Be Thankful Flower Craft from Kids Sunday School Network

Thanksgiving Pilgrim Girl Printable from Artists Helping Children

Baby Turkey from Bible Kids Fun Zone!  Adorable, color and let children glue feathers.

Praise And Worship Musical Crafts
13832: Let"s Celebrate God"s Blessing on Thanksgiving: Happy Day Holiday Book, Hardcover Let's Celebrate God's Blessing on Thanksgiving: Happy Day Holiday Book, Hardcover
By Lise Caldwell / Standard Publishing

Discover how holiday celebrations can help you develop your child's Christian faith. Beginning with familiar customs and traditions, this book makes the connection between the first Thanksgiving and our modern celebration - showing God at the center of both. Recommended for ages 3 to 7.
Free Lesson ideas, activities, and resources
for teaching children about being thankful to
God. Thanksgiving is a  wonderful time to
remind children all that we have to be
thankful for in Christ. You'll find free
printable activities, Bible Crafts, Coloring
Pages and more!
Thanksgiving Bible Lesson:

Thankful Turkey Feathers  This is a wonderful lesson,
in which the teacher plucks a feather from the turkey
and uses it as a reminder as something to be thankful  to God for.  It is based on Psalm 103.

Thanksgiving Lessons from Kidology.  There are lots of good ideas here folks!

Is it All About the Turkey? Thanksgiving Bible Lesson

BE THANKFUL Acrostic Lesson from Homeschooled-Kidz

Be Thankful Object Lesson from Children's Ministry Today.

Don't Forget to Say Thank You, The story of the 10 lepers from Danielle's Place.

The Ten Lepers Lesson from Ministry-to-Children

Thanksgiving Day Bible Lesson from Sunday School Network.  Here are a few more lesson plan ideas.

Ten Thankless Lepers, a Thanksgiving Day lesson and activity for older children from Creative Youth
Ideas.

Thanksgiving Bible Verse:

(Psalm 136:1) Give thanks to the LORD, for he is good. His love endures forever.

(1 Thessalonians 5:18)  Give thanks in all circumstances, for this is God's will for you in Christ Jesus.

(Psalm 100:4) Enter his gates with thanksgiving and his courts with praise; give thanks to him and praise
his name.

(Psalm 107:1) Give thanks to the LORD, for he is good; his love endures forever.
Thanksgiving Bible Songs and Activities

Thank the Lord Song from DLTK

Thank You for our Blessings from DLTK

Thanksgiving Psalm from DLTK

When I Think of His Goodness Action Song from
DLTK
Thanksgiving File Folder Games:

We've got some great Thanksgiving file folder games on our sister site www.FileFolderFun.com.
These would be perfect to keep around the area for when children first arrive, or are waiting to be
picked up.  If you run an all day daycare, these work wonderfully for center time activities.
Thanksgiving Take Home:

I am Thankful for You Pencil Toppers:  Send children
home with a brand new pencil (check Dollar Tree)
wrapped in these pencil toppers.  Each says "I am
Thankful for you" and slides right on the pencil.

Thank You God Minibook: Children can take home this
little minibook with pictures and things to be thankful for.  
There is a blank version as well for children to draw and
write in their own personalizations.

Custom Thanksgiving Day Cards This website is fantastic!  
You can customize and print your own cards, complete
with a bible verse and message to someone!  These would
be great to pass out to your students as they leave for the
day.
Thanksgiving Bible Craft:  Scripture Garland

This is a video with instructions for how to make
your own Thanksgiving Scripture Garland for
your Centerpiece.  I picked up all the stuff from
Walmart, and it was very simple to make.  
Children love to string on the leaves and
personalize them with the things they are
thankful for.  Additional ideas:  Make one as an
Advent style garland, and write in a bible verse
on each leaf.  Each day look up that verse in the
bible and talk with your children about what it
means to be thankful.  Here is another
list of
things to be thankful for.

If you really want to get serious with the
Thanksgiving Advent style, check out this
amazing
handmade felt calendar!
Thanksgiving Lapbook

This is a video showing a Thanksgiving
Lapbook we put together when my
daughter was in Preschool/Kindergarten
level.  There are lots of activities and
resources that we did, then added them
into the book.  

We did this lapbook as part of a group,
and there are lots of other thanksgiving
lapbooks out there as well!  

Click here for More Thanksgiving
Lapbook Ideas
711185: Give Thanks to the Lord Give Thanks to the Lord
By Karma Wilson / Zondervan

Join a joyous celebration in this heartwarming story that references Psalm 92 in tender rhyme from award-winning author Karma Wilson. Told from the point of view of one young member of an extended family, Give Thanks to the Lord celebrates joy of all kinds, from the arrival of distant relatives to a cozy house already filled with merriment, to apple cider and the delicious smells of roasting turkey and baking pies. And just when your mouth is watering, sit down and join a thankful child in prayer, praising God for "food and fun and family, all the wonderful things I see." Recommended for ages 4 to 8.
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