November Family Gratitude Activities

"For Everything" Word Art Freebie
Activities for Kids and Adults on International Day of Peace and World Gratitude Day

November Family Gratitude ActivitiesIf you’ve been following my blogs, you know that I value an attitude of gratitude and any activities that encourage gratitude in both kids and adults. November is an especially good time to start a family gratitude activity, although you can’t go wrong starting gratitude activities at any time of the year.

Here are some posts I’ve already published with links to gratitude activities from around the blogosphere:

How to Help Your Kids Have an Attitude of Gratitude

How to Help Your Kids Have an Attitude of Gratitude, Part 2

Montessori-Inspired Gratitude Activities

November Family Gratitude Activities

Following are links to some wonderful ideas for family gratitude activities that I haven’t published in my other gratitude posts. (I’ll be adding gratitude activities I find online throughout the next couple of weeks.)

21 Days of Contagious Gratitude
21 Days of Gratitude Challenge for the Whole Family organized by Inspired by Family Magazine … I’m one of 30 bloggers participating in this challenge. Please join us! Stop and engage in a moment of thankfulness each day in November. It can be a big or small moment of gratitude. Share your moment anywhere online. Make it simple or get as creative as you like. You’ll find a list of prompts if needed as well as the schedule of participating bloggers’ posts at Inspired by Family Magazine. See also 21 Days of Gratitude Countdown with free printable.
The Tree of Thanks (Photo from In Lieu of Preschool)

The Tree of Thanks (Photo from In Lieu of Preschool)

Thinking Ahead to Thanksgiving: The Tree of Thanks from In Lieu of Preschool

Create a Thankfulness Tree from Coffee Cups and Crayons

Thankful Trees (literature-based activity) from Creative Family Fun

A {Christian} Family Thanksgiving Activity: The Thanks Giving Tree {Free Printable from A Holy Experience

(with free printable) from A Holy Experience

Journey to the Gratitude Garden: Activity for Thanksgiving from All Done Monkey

Thankful Pumpkin from A Mom Not a Professional Nor a Perfectionist

Gratitude from Hometessori

Daily Thank You Post Cards (Photo from The Good Long Road)

Daily Thank You Post Cards (Photo from The Good Long Road)

Daily Thank You Post Cards (photo) and Teaching Gratitude: Family Dinner from The Good Long Road

Gratitude at the Table from Creative Family Fun

Giving Thanks with Young Children from Sixty Second Parent

Thanksgiving Activity: Create a Family Journal by Cathy at Kids Activities Blog

My ABC’s of Thanksgiving (with free printable) from This Reading Mama

Book of Thanks: A Free Thanksgiving Printable Booklet Keepsake from Upside Down Homeschooling

Thanksgiving Gratitude Board from Enchanted Homeschooling Mom

Thankfull Notes (Photo from Little Wonders' Days)

Thankfull Notes (Photo from Little Wonders’ Days)

November’s 10 Easy and Inexpensive Ways to Show Your Kids You Love Them from Little Wonders’ Days

Gratitude Chain (Photo from Mama Smiles)

Gratitude Chain (Photo from Mama Smiles)

Gratitude Chain (Photo), Thankful Hands Thanksgiving Craft, and Three Things I Liked Today from Mama Smiles

Thanksgiving Leaf Banner from The Artful Parent

Gratitude Garland by Live.Rinse.Repeat

Grateful Kids from Homeschool Share

Thankful Turkey (Photo from The Educators' Spin On It)

Thankful Turkey (Photo from The Educators’ Spin On It)

Thankful Turkey (Photo from Train Up a Child)

Thankful Turkey (Photo from Train Up a Child)

Giving Thanks from The Educators’ Spin On It

Thankful Turkey – Teaching Children Gratitude from Train Up a Child

Thankful Turkeys (using recycled toilet paper roll) from Meet the Dubiens

Thankful Turkey Craft (using recycled toilet paper roll) from Crafts-for-All-Seasons

Gratitude Activity Jar from Inner Child Fun

Giving Thanks Jar from Bowdabra Blog

Thankful Rolls from The Girl Who Ate Everything

Table Runner of Thanks from Finding Home

Capturing Gratitude – November 2012 Facebook Group by Lauren Tober

22 Days of Gratitude – November Creativity Challenge at the Mused Facebook page.

Kids’ Thanksgiving Activities Pinterest Board

Pinterest - Kids' Thanksgiving Activities

Pinterest – Kids’ Thanksgiving Activities

You’ll also find lots of gratitude activities as well as Thanksgiving activities for all ages on my Kids’ Thanksgiving Activities Pinterest Board.

Gratitude Word Art Freebies

"Gratitude is the Best Attitude" Word Art Freebie
“Gratitude is the Best Attitude” Word Art Freebie (without watermark)

"Gratitude is the Memory of the Heart" Word Art Freebie“Gratitude is the Memory of the Heart” Word Art Freebie (without watermark)
"As long as thanks is possible, then joy is always possible." Ann Voskamp

“As Long as Thanks is Possible” Word Art Freebie (without watermark)

"Let the Gratefulness Overflow into Blessing All Around You" Word Art Freebie

“Let the Gratefulness Overflow into Blessing All Around You” Word-Art Freebie (without watermark)

"ThanksGiving is good but ThanksLiving is better." Matthew Henry

“ThanksLiving Is Better” Word Art Freebie (without watermark)

I have a category of gratitude posts with inspiration for a number of ages.

You’ll also lots of word-art inspiration at the Raising Figure Skaters Facebook page and on Pinterest! And you’ll find a gratitude Quote of the Day on the Raising Figure Skaters Facebook page each day in November!

I’ll love to hear about your November gratitude activities! :)

Linked to Tuesday Tots,The Mommy Club Resources and Solutions at Milk and Cuddles and Crystal & Co., Enchanted Thursdays Blog Hop, The Weekly Kid’s Co-op, Living Life Intentionally Linky Party, Saturday Show & Tell, Show-and-Share Saturday, The Sunday Showcase, Link & Learn, and Afterschool Express.

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