Thanksgiving Ideas such as the how you can make November a month of thanks are available free to download and print for this special holiday...
November is well known in the United States for Thanksgiving - the holiday where you give thanks for everything you have, you eat till you can't eat anymore and you spend special quality time with family and friends, the ones who you so dearly love!
If you're looking for some great Thanksgiving activities for your church and for personal use at home then you have came to the right place!
The November Thankful Notes is such a fun idea that will help your family remember the blessings that has come your way during the month that most people set aside for being thankful. The notes has a place for all 30 days of the month of November where you can have each one in your family write down on each day what they are thankful for. If you have little children about 2 or 3 years of age who can talk but not write just have them tell you each day and then you can write it in for them.
If you want to extend these November Thankful Notes beyond your immediate family just feel free to share with these notes with extended family and friends who you know will be at your Thanksgiving table on Thanksgiving Day.
Beginning November 1st you can write down what you are thankful for through Thanksgiving Day (these notes include entire month if you wanted to continue after Thanksgiving Day) and then cut out each of your Thanksgiving Thankful Notes and place all of them from each family member into a decorated Thanksgiving bowl on Thanksgiving Day. When you have the entire family at the table fixing to eat your Thanksgiving meal you can pass the bowl around and have each one take out a note and read it to everyone at the table. This is a great Thanksgiving table idea.
The things you and your family writes down does not always have to be serious. Your November Thankful Notes can be such things as:
Just let them give thanks from their heart each day in their own way and it is so much fun sharing these on Thanksgiving Day!