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Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Cornucopia of Thankfulness

November is definitely a time when our thoughts are centered around what we are thankful for. This activity provides that focus for children while building fine motor skills as well as pasting skills.

Supplies Needed:
  • Have your child color the cornucopia and glue it to the construction paper.
  • Have your child go through magazines to find things they are thankful for and cut them out. 
  • Have your child glue those things into the cornucopia. 

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