Thankful from A to Z :: Free Printable

by Amy on November 26, 2014

Thankful from A to Z {Free Printable} | Let's Explore

Need something to keep the kids busy today or tomorrow? I made this simple Thankful from A to Z printable for my girls, and thought your kids might enjoy it, too!

Here’s the challenge – can you think of at least one thing you are thankful for using each letter of the alphabet? We are keeping our lists on the table and adding to them throughout the day today. My girls are trying to think of two things for each letter! We’ll add some stickers and doodles for decoration, too.

You’ll have to decide how to handle X. If you are thankful for xylophones and x-rays, then you are set! We might do words with X in them, or write something we are eXtra thankful for. :-)

Download and print —-> Thankful from A to Z

Happy Thanksgiving!

 

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