If you’re looking for an easy Thanksgiving craft for preschoolers you’ll want to stick around for my free I am thankful for printables. Celebrate Fall with my adorable thankful tree craft for kids and create a list of things your students are grateful for this Fall.
Free I am thankful for printables
This thankful tree craft can be used to share all the ways your students are grateful this Fall! Write about people, places and things you are thankful for this Thanksgiving, as you create an adorable grateful craft before the Fall break.
This is perfect to make as a stand alone craft or pair it with one of my Thanksgiving activities for more added fun this Thanksgiving!
How to make a Thankful tree craft
If you’re wanting to use my I am thankful for worksheets this Fall, you’ll only need to gather a few things:
Supplies for making a Thankful Tree craft
- My free I am thankful for printable (link below)
You’ll love that the supplies for this I am thankful for craft can be found around your house or classroom. Plus, there’s no messy paint needed to create this adorable Thanksgiving craft for kids.
Thankful Tree craft steps
Once you’ve gathered all your supplies, it’s time to craft your thankful tree.
Step One: Print
Click the link below to grab the free thankful tree craft for a low prep Thanksgiving activity. Print the free I am thankful for printable on white paper and the leaves on colored construction paper.
We used Fall tones but feel free to get creative and use whatever colors you want. It always looks precious with red, orange, and yellow leaves too.
Step Two: Cut
The leaves for your thankful tree are easy for little hands to cut all on their own.
I love crafts like this because your kids can strengthen their fine motor skills all while crafting.
Step Three: Write and assemble
You’ll love that this Thanksgiving craft is not just festive, it’s another learning opportunity to practice gratitude and handwriting this Autumn.
Let each student write what they’re thankful for or assist them with the writing portion if they’re too young.
Check out my daughter’s gratitude craft for a few I am thankful for examples. As you can see, she added her favorite people, pets, and toys.
When you’re done, simply glue the leaves to the branches on the I am thankful worksheet to create a gorgeous thankful tree craft for Autumn.
Isn’t this a perfect I am thankful for printable for Fall?
More Printable Thanksgiving Crafts
I hope you loved my free thankful craft. Check out more Thanksgiving crafts for kids below.
Thanksgiving activities for preschoolers
If you loved my Thanksgiving craft ideas, I know you will really enjoy my hands on Thanksgiving printables, perfect for preschool and kindergarten students. I have tons of Thanksgiving printables to use this November as you teach all about turkeys, leaves, and pilgrims.
Check out my favorites below:
I hope you’re as excited about all these hands on learning Thanksgiving activities and Thanksgiving printables for preschoolers as I am.
What activities are you most excited to share with your preschoolers this November? Tell me all about it in the comments.