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Here’s a handy idea for a thank-you card.

11/24/22 | 1 min read
It’s as simple as trace, thank, repeat!

Several countries have a holiday about gratitude. It often coincides with harvest season or with the end of a war and a period of peace. For example, some sort of “Thanksgiving” is celebrated in:

  • Rwanda, on the first Friday of August.
  • Germany, on the first Sunday of October.
  • Canada, on the second Monday of October.
  • Liberia, on the first Thursday of November.
  • The United States, on the fourth Thursday of November.

But you don’t have to wait for a holiday to focus on gratitude—any day is a good time to say “thank you” to someone who has helped you! Here’s an idea for an easy thank-you card:

1. Trace your hand on a piece of paper and cut it out.
2. Decorate it on one side.
3. On the other side, write “Thanks for giving me a hand!” or some other nice message.

Share it with a Church leader, friend, or family member.

Make a Card

Make thank-you cards and deliver them. This would make a great family, class, or quorum activity!

Information about different Thanksgiving holidays was taken from this Wikipedia article.