Decorating Idea: Grateful Graffiti


Use this decorating idea: Grateful Graffiti in your hallway with kids’ and parents’ expressions of thanks this Thanksgiving.

Hang yellow, blue, green, and purple pieces of butcher paper in a rectangular or square shape on a wall inside or next to your classroom. Create paper pockets to hold black markers on each piece of butcher paper using butcher paper and tape.

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Use a yellow puffy-paint pen on a black piece of card stock to create a sign that reads, “Grateful Graffiti. What are you thankful for?” Hang the sign in the center of the paper where the four corners of paper meet.

Encourage kids to write the things they’re thankful for, such as friends, family, God, and food. Have them invite their friends and families to write their grateful graffiti on the wall, too.

Wendy Anderson Alberta, Canada


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Decorating Idea: Grateful Graffiti
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