Lauren Backstrom

New activity on Sparky's website helps you and your kids create a Thankful Tree

Blog Post created by Lauren Backstrom Employee on Nov 8, 2013

Thankful tree
This is a perfect time of year to think about all the great things in our lives. One of the new activities on Sparky's website, The Thankful Tree activity can be done at home, or school. Have kids collect branches, pinecones, and acorns, from outside. Put pinecones, and other pieces you collected, in a vase to help keep your branches in place. Use a hole punch, or cut out leaves, to have kids write thankful notes. Then hang them on your tree for all to see.

Of course, we are thankful for smoke alarms. What are you thankful for?