I am so excited for Thanksgiving. I love getting together with family and focusing on all of the things that have happened over the past year and remembering our blessings. These free Thanksgiving printables help both kids and adults remember to be grateful!
Here is a little activity you can do for Thanksgiving. Little Grateful postcards. Hand these out to your guest at your Thanksgiving get-together and send the postcards out to people that have touched your life this year. There are two types printable post cards. One geared more to kids and the other for teenagers and adults. The kids grateful printables have a place for your kids to draw a picture of things or people that they are thankful for.
Here are the kids postcards PDFs — one for the front and one for the back.
Click here to download the KIDS postcard FRONTS PDF.
Click here to download the KIDS postcard BACKS PDF.
And here are the adults postcard PDFs – one for the front and one for the back.
Click here to download the ADULTS postcard FRONT PDF.
Click here to download the ADULTS postcard BACK PDF.
And here’s the big printable! Just right-click this link or the image below and choose “save as” to download the (large!) printable PDF. As always, all of these are for personal use only.
You can print this statement out and frame it! This frame is from Walmart and was around $9. It would make an AWESOME hostess gift or Christmas gift idea!
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I LOVE this!! I’ve been planning to figure out something like this for my Sunday School class to do on the last week of November. And this is perfect! A great transition from Thanksgiving to Christmas!
Can I download the postcards in the top picture, too?
I’m with Meg (above comment). These are fantastic! Did I miss the pdf for the “adult” version of the postcard? All I see is the children’s postcard and the larger print. Happy Thanksgiving!
Hi Jen – I love the postcards featured in the top photo. Is there a way to download those as postcards? I only see the children’s postcards (front and back).
I was wondering the same thing – I love the postcards in the top photo!