Help little ones explore gratitude this Thanksgiving with this
You'll need a paper grocery bag. Twist the bottom half of the
bag to make the horn of a cornucopia. Then tuck in the open edges
and round it out to finish your cornucopia shape. Fill it with toys
that suggest things kids can be thankful for, such as dolls to
represent people, toy food, toy animals, and so on. Let children
take turns pulling out something from the cornucopia as you say,
"Thank you, God, for _____."
Ask older toddlers to be more specific. For example, if a child
pulls out a doll, you could say, "Thank you, God, for people!" and
then ask the child to name a person he or she is thankful for.