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Being Thankful (Nagpapasalamat)

With Thanksgiving on its way, it is the perfect time to stop and reflect on what we are thankful for. In another one of our posts, “Showing Respect in the Filipino Culture,” we mention the Tagalog phrase, “salamat po,” which means “thank you” as a way to show respect to others. To express that we are thankful for someone or something, we use the phrase, “nagpapasalamat ako” (translated “I’m thankful”). For example, if we wanted to say, “I am thankful for my family,” we would say in Tagalog, “Nagpapasalamat ako sa aking pamilya.”

We have created a craft activity for you and/or your child to make a beautiful gratitude banner. It can be hung this month (or any time of the year) as a visual reminder of all of the wonderful things you are thankful for.

The printable templates and labels for the banner are FREE. Once you download and print them out, pictures can be pasted on or drawings may be illustrated and colored to go with each Tagalog/English label.

Blank labels are also included for you to customize and fill in your own response of what you are thankful for. 

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