The bare branches of our thankful tree was filled with hand cut leaves and hand written words of gratitude on Thanksgiving Day.
The kids had to climb up a step stool to reach the top branches.
I loved reading all of their leaves.
This picky little pre-schooler chose to add pizza (one of the few things he will eat well), Mini Bears (the name of his pre-school), and kisses!
Even the youngest of my grands wanted in on the activity.
My three year old grandson chose his words of gratitude.
He had his mom write them in pencil.
Then, he wrote over the letters with a marker.
Some of the words of gratitude that fill our tree are:
Flowers, friends, soap, cars, teachers, parents, school, church, family,
house, power, doctors, hugs, television, grandkids, earth, apples,
body, Jesus, bananas, trees, grandmas, inhaler, papas,
money, and the Dollar Tree Store!