Preparing the brushesMixing paintAdding sunny weatherChoosing a good anglePhotographing the hero for the previewTraining the delivery guy to smilePutting the crabs in their placesProgramming the robot for friendship
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Studies show that expressing gratitude can be a very powerful tool for children, with lots of
benefits to mental and physical health.
Higher level of happiness
Improved stress resistance
Practice gratitude through fun and engrossing activities designed for kids:
My Gratitude Tree
A week of great things
3 things about myself
My gratitude list
Thank you letter
It’s great to be me
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What is gratitude and why is it important?
Gratitude is one of many positive emotions and involves thanks and appreciation. Its purpose is to focus on what’s good in our lives and be thankful for the things we have.
What does gratitude mean to children?
Studies show that when children practice expressing gratitude, they have higher levels of optimism, increased life satisfaction, and decreased negative feelings. Additionally, children who regularly express gratitude appreciate close relationships and feel better about life and school.
What is a gratitude tree?
A gratitude tree is a great exercise for enhancing the feeling of gratitude and displaying things you’re grateful for in a prominent place. The kit includes two pages that will help your child grow their gratitude tree.The leaves can be cut out, and your child can write one thing they are thankful for on each leaf.The tree can be a reminder — each time either of you walk by — to have an attitude of gratitude, which will bring more happiness into your lives.
What is the meaning of a gratitude letter?
Writing thank you notes can be a powerful activity for children and help them to connect with their loved ones in a deeply meaningful way. Invite your child to think about people who he/she would like to say thank you to and encourage them to write notes listing something connected to that person that they feel happy about.