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Collaborative Thanksgiving Tree

Written by Resident Events On  October 26, 2017   478   0
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Want to encourage residents to stop by the office and spread the joy?

 

Winter is a great time to build some community camaraderie and get to know your resident’s a little bit better.

With this event, set up a collaborative thanksgiving tree in the main office or entryway to your community!

 

Have residents write the things they’re thankful for on fall colored leaves. You can then help residents hang the colorful leaf notes from the tree with string!

 

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Image source: Meaningful Mama


You can cut leaves yourself and keep them in a stack or basket by the tree. Download this
free PDF leaf pattern for printing and tracing.

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Keep a small table nearby to make it easier to write notes on the leaves. Keep a pack of colored washable markers handy as well.

 

This activity is similar to a money tree or well wishs tree at weddings. It’s a collaborative activity and great for all ages! Adults can help children write up something they are thankful for and then write their own message of thanks as well.

 

***TIP*** The next time maintenance is cleaning up dry fallen tree branches around the property, have them save a few for this project!

You can group the branches together in a large vase or bucket if they are large enough to fit on the floor.

 

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Image source: HGTV

 

***TIP*** If you don’t have room for a full “tree” and lots of branches for hanging, consider a flatter design.

 

A wall version of a tree can be made by taping the leaves to a giant paper tree stuck to one wall.


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Image source: Northeast Ohio Family Fun

No matter how you fit the tree into your property, it’s sure to spark thoughts of joy and thankfulness for all your residents.

Happy holidays!

 

Title Image Source: Hello Wonderful

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