There’s more to be gobbled up this month besides a succulent turkey and apple pie!
With the American holiday, Thanksgiving, coming up, it’s important to remember and reflect on what you are most thankful for in your life; whether it is your friends, family or your trip to Give Kids The World.
You can appreciate some quality time with your loved ones this Thanksgiving break by making a Thankful Tree with them to cherish all of the positives you have within your lives that you are most grateful to have.
This fun craft can be a marvelous accessory in your dining room as you and your family gather around the table on November 22.
Ta-Da! Now sit back and enjoy your Thankful Tree.