Gratitude is something we all want to have and we want to have our kids to demonstrate it, too. But, in our busy world, it can be difficult to find the time and energy to say thank you. Using a gratitude challenge is one strategy to promote it.
Gratitude Challenge Resources
To get you started, here are few prompts for your gratitude challenge. Think about:
- Something you might notice with each of your senses (e.g. sight, taste)
- Something of a specific color (e.g. blue, red)
- A friendship
- A teacher
- A family member
- An activity or experience
- A gift
The Google and Apple app stores also have gratitude journaling apps that you can check out.
Here are more resources on my website:
Helping Kids Develop Gratitude
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