Thanksgiving tree

Copy the leaf pattern onto
green cardstock, as each person enters the room give them
a few leaves to write why they are thankful we live in such
a beautiful place, the things they like to do in nature, or
what they can do to preserve the
health of this planet. Provide
strings and have them tie their
leaves to the branches of a stick
that has been “planted” in a
bucket of sand. (How green is your tree?).

References / Source:
GSLC Pow Wow 2007

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