Teaching Gratitude

November is a natural time to focus on gratitude with our children. Some kids are born feeling appreciative for life and everything it offers. Some need a little more coaching. Here are some fun ways to build gratefulness: 1) Have discussions about gratitude. What does it feel like, how can we express it, what do we have to be grateful for that others may not have? Here is a list of 30 questions to spark conversations or use as journal prompts. Some examples include: What is something a sibling does for you that you are grateful for? How does it feel when someone helps you? Who is someone who probably gets too little credit for what they do? My kids make the Thank You out of Popsicle stick

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Gail Sawchuk

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Gail Sawchuk is an Independent Educational Consultant with Usborne Books and More, Usborne Books and More is a division of Educational Development Corporation, USA. For Usborne Publishing offices in UK www.usborne.com & for Usborne corporate offices in the US www.usbornebooksandmore.com & for the Retail Division www.edcpub.com The words “Usborne” and “Usborne Books” are the trademarks of Usborne Publishing Ltd.Usborne Publishing Ltd. has no connection with these pages and does not sponsor or support their content. Used by permission. All rights reserved

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