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What does it mean to be thankful? The best Thanksgiving treat. Think of your traditional Thanksgiving table. Give your students something to be thankful for during Thanksgiving time with this list of 78 new elementary writing and journal prompts, especially for the holiday. I'm sharing 20 Thanksgiving writing prompts with you to not only help your students explore sentiments of gratitude and thanks but to also explore history.
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