I know the traditional thing to do, is to have the kids do an activity asking them what they are thankful for. The thing is, we do that all the time in our Gratitude Journals. So I wanted to do something different, and of course, I wanted to make them think a little bit. We just finished the story of Winnie-the-Pooh so I asked them to imagine all of Pooh's friends getting together to celebrate the holiday and to tell me instead what each of the characters would be thankful for. We are incorporating their memory of details from the character development in the story and applying them in a different way.
Here's what they came up with:
How much do you love that Roo and Piglet are at the kids' table! She said she put an adult (Kanga) there to watch them. :)
Piglet on the edge of the table needing help.....priceless. :)