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printable thanksgiving worksheet


thanksgiving is only a week away now, so you know i had to design a printable for the occasion. a few years ago i did a thanksgiving bingo, and that was fun, so i wanted to do something else interactive.  

a lot of the conversation around our table is usually focused on the previous year, how good the food is, who liked what and who hated that, etc. and now we can immortalize that convo. it sounds corny, but going around the table saying what you’re thankful for is usually super fun (especially once all the grownups are finished with a second glass of wine). it’s a fun conversation starter and everyone gets a chance to be center of attention for a sec. and this is even more fun, because everyone can write even more.


print onto standard 8.5 x 11″ paper or card stock, cut around border. i designed two worksheets per page so you can save some paper.

click here to download


have fun and remember — best dish winner doesn’t have to help clean! or something like that. your house, your rules.

PS — more thanksgiving printables here

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  1. I’m from the UK so I’m not even doing Thanksgiving but I might just work through one of these anyways, I love the idea of reflecting back on the year and remembering to be thankful

    – Natalie

  2. What a fun idea 🙂 We don’t celebrate thanksgiving in Sweden but in our group of friends we use to think about these things at new years 🙂

    1. thank you andrea! glad you like.

  3. Love these ideas!! It’s a fun play on kids worksheets that I remember doing when I was younger. Great inspiration, I’ll be using for my next Friendsgiving dinner!

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  5. This is SO nice! Thank you for creating and sharing! We’ve a huge gathering and look forward to the conversations this will start! <3

  6. Just printed these out again for the third year…..i keep them year to year and now we laugh at how we have changed; perspectives and penmanship. Again this year i am grateful for your gifts. Thank you and i wish you and your family joy.

  7. Allie Hook says:

    Is there a way to adjust the year?

  8. Rashieda Lane-Smith says:

    Is there a way to adjust the year? 2021 instead of 2020