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How to Make Thank You Cards with Your Toddler

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Make Thank You Notes with Your Toddler! - Farm Fresh Family

Clare got the sweetest Valentine’s Day present in the mail from my sister and her husband. To say thank you, I thought it would be fun for Clare to make them a card!

I kept it pretty simple:

I just cut a card sized piece of cardstock and gave Clare some paint and some sponge brushes.

Make Thank You Notes with Your Toddler! - Farm Fresh Family

She loved painting little circles with the sponges!

Make Thank You Notes with Your Toddler! - Farm Fresh Family Make Thank You Notes with Your Toddler! - Farm Fresh Family

While she was painting, we talked about Auntie Annie and Uncle Coco. She was excited to make something for them!

Make Thank You Notes with Your Toddler! - Farm Fresh Family

When she was done painting, we set the card out to dry and Clare went down for a nap!

Make Thank You Notes with Your Toddler! - Farm Fresh Family

When she woke up, the paint was dry and we decorated the card with a ‘thank you’ stamp and a pretty flower sticker.

Make Thank You Notes with Your Toddler! - Farm Fresh Family

It turned out so pretty! Great job, Clare Bear!

Make Thank You Notes with Your Toddler! - Farm Fresh Family

Thanks again, Annie and Corey! We miss you!

Make Thank You Notes with Your Toddler! - Farm Fresh Family

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Author: Farm Fresh Mama

I am the proud mama of a beautiful, hilarious little girl and the proud partner of a kind, smart man. The three of us have decided to make a major lifestyle change and move from Fort Collins, CO to an organic farm in southwest Colorado. We hope that by being surrounded by nature's beauty and working with our hands, we will be reminded daily that the simplest things in life are the most important. I learn big and small lessons every day, and I want to share what I've learned with other families.

One thought on “How to Make Thank You Cards with Your Toddler

  1. I love anything I can do with my toddler and teaching gratitude can never start too early. Thank you for linking up at the MaMade Blog HOp!

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