Thanksgiving is coming in a few weeks! We can all agree that it gives us the most comforting and happiest memories. It is one of our favorite holidays that we look forward to every year.
Not only that, we give thanks, and we will count our blessings on this day. We value the time when we put everything aside to celebrate with our families and friends. We get to enjoy seeing the crisp, bright days of autumn while giving way to the chillier temperature and darker skies and best of all the homey yet delicious thanksgiving dishes served on the table.
Before the excitement begins, we are wondered how you celebrate Thanksgiving in special education? Have you ever tried Thanksgiving dinner? How did you prepare your students? We found this article from simplyspecialed.com where Alyssa, an Elementary Special Education and Life Skills teacher, shared how they involve everyone in the preparation of their Thanksgiving dinner.
Get a glimpse here: Prep Your Students for Thanksgiving Dinner!
We are not affiliated with any of the bloggers and organizations mentioned in this article. We want to share with you some ideas that you can emulate to prepare a Thanksgiving celebration. Remember that as with every successful celebration is great preparation.
“What I love about Thanksgiving is that it’s purely about getting together with friends or family and enjoying food. It’s really for everybody, and it doesn’t matter where you’re from.”– Daniel Humm