Family Bonding Activities for Thanksgiving.

By: Susan Dunn, M.a., Professional Coach

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There are three main themes for Thanksgiving: gratitude, the harvest, and family. We can lose track of these things when we're busy preparing for company and big meals, and Christmas shopping, and the kids are out of school too! Here are some ways you and the family can share some time recapturing the meaning of Thanksgiving, or even start some new traditions.



Let each member of the family make a list of things they're grateful for.

Read the lists before the meal and save them for memories in years to come.


Start a "thanks" journal you'll keep all year.
Instead of writing down problems and concerns, write down the things you're grateful for.


Think harvest! Make a trip to your local Farmers Market or Produce Row to take photos, have fun, and support the people who feed us all!


Spend the long weekend on family projects such as making a Family Tree. For help, visit Computer Technology Articles, more.

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