The students in Deana Sandlin’s first-grade class at the Eagle River Christian Academy made “thankful turkeys” listing the things they are grateful for on the turkey’s feathers.
God and family members such as Mom, Dad, brother and sissy made the feathers of each student’s turkey.
Sometimes, it is the basics in life that one is most thankful for: Several of the students listed their bed and food as items they are grateful they have.
Of course, pets made the turkey feathers list as well. Isaac Sandlin listed his puppy, Max, and Gabriel Dodson was thankful for his dog and his cat. Addison Derheim added her cat to her turkey’s feathers. Sandlin was also thankful for raptors, but his family does not have any of those at home, he added.
Sydney Shicks listed owls and Alissa Blank wrote “kuzzins” (cousins) on her turkey feathers.
What are you thankful for? Send us your list; send us photos of what you are thankful for and we will post them online.