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We seem to be on the same wave length this week with out Thanksgiving Placemats! ENJOY :)
Thankful Hearts Placemats
It Thanksgiving week! A week full of good smells and full tummies! Here’s one of my favorite ways to get kids in a thankful spirit.
You will need:
large plain pieces of paper (you can also buy plain paper placemats)
clear contact paper or access to a lamination machine (available at most copy stores)
Read a thanksgiving book and ask your child what they are thankful for.
Have them cut pictures out of the magazines and glue them down or draw them on the paper.
I like to include a traced hand print, their name, and the date.
Laminate or cover in contact paper for the perfect addition to your Thanksgiving table.