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(Many Paths)

An Online Newsletter Celebrating Native America


November 15, 2003 - Issue 100


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Thankful Wreath


By: Enchanted Learning

You and your child can make a beautiful wreath of leaves that displays what your child is thankful for. This wreath makes a great Autumn or Feast decoration.

You Will Need:

  • A plain white paper plate
  • Construction paper (orange, red, yellow, brown, and other earth tones)
  • Crayons or markers
  • Scissors
  • Glue or a glue stick

Cut a half circle out of the center of a plain paper plate. This will hold the leaves.

Cut out a lot of leaves from construction paper. Draw the leaf veins if you wish. If you'd like, use a leaf template.

Glue the leaves all around the rim of the paper plate.

In the lower center of the wreath, write, "I am thankful for," and then let the child write or draw what they are thankful for.

Put the child's name on the wreath (or let them sign it).

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