I found this cute snack idea from Handmade in the Heartland that can also be used as a 'teachable moment' during the wait for the big feast. They are the perfect little snack and can be quickly thrown together for your Thanksgiving feast. I made several for the Princess and C-man's classes today and the kids LOVED them. The ziploc bags aren't as cute as cellophane bags but I think the ability to reseal the snack outweighs the 'cute' factor. That, and, yes, I was out of cellophane bags and it was 9:30 p.m.
You can download the FREE printable HERE.
|C-Man at the 3rd Grade Thanksgiving Feast|
I am most excited about this new addition to Thanksgiving. (fingers crossed that everyone plays along.) During dinner, we will have ‘Turkey Talk’ questions such as ‘What makes you laugh the hardest?’, ‘What is the hardest decision you have ever made?’, ‘What is your most beloved possession?’, ‘What is your favorite Bible verse and why?’, ‘What was your favorite childhood book?’, ‘What kind of student were you?’, ‘If you could live anywhere in the world, where would it be?’, ‘What are five things you wouldn’t want to live without?’, ‘What is the bravest thing you have ever done?’ and many more. You can download a printable list Here on Scribd.
I really hope that everyone enjoys it and hope we might even learn something new about one another. My grandparents would be so proud! I can almost see my 'Dear' smiling with pride about the family gathering.
After dinner, our family annually plays our Pictionary Relay Race. You can read more about this really FUN tradition with a free printable word page to get you started Here.
Safe Travels everyone!