We hope your family will find these resources helpful as you explore the value of Thankfulness at home.
Think about how an everyday item reaches you: Where does it come from? Who was involved in making it? Who should you thank? Make a thank you chain and bring it to school to add to the classroom reflection area. We’ll add some photos of the chains later this half term.
Draw a clock face for your family to fill in together. Choose one day and ask everyone to think, as the hours tick by, about one thing in each hour that they would like to say thank you for. Draw a picture of what you are thankful for in each segment.