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We want our students and our children to develop attitudes of gratefulness, to say “thank you” without being prompted, and to appreciate any worldly goods and advantages they have.

Use these four Thanksgiving prompts to get them thinking about their blessings and how they can bless others.

Help your students and children find that attitude of gratefulness with this bundle of Thanksgiving writing prompts. For students in 5th-12th grade.

4 Thanksgiving Prompts

1.Too Late! It’s Gone!

Ever wonder what your life would be like without some of your favorite people or things?

It’s time to think about our blessings and thank God for them.

Click here or the image above to explore “What if.”

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2. Poetry with a Twist

Write an acrostic poem based on the word Thanksgiving. High school students can write this poem with a twist.

Click here for the free printable. >>

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3. Thanksgiving and the Hard Life

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Click here or on the image above to see Thanksgiving and your life in a different light.

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4. You’re Thankful for What?!

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Read about how these people handled lice, fleas, enslavement, and more. What does this mean for your life?

Suitable for teens.

Click here or on the image above to think deeply.

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Want more of our engaging prompts? Here is a fun bundle of 10 fall-themed prompts. >>

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