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TEACHING THANKFULNESS

Helping our kids find gratitude and blessings in our everyday lives is so important to their emotional well being. Below are some fun crafts to reinforce being satisfied and practicing gratitude.

Thanksgiving

Tree of Blessings: Gather some branches from your yard/outside. Everyday, have your child(ren) write down on a construction paper leaf what they are thankful for and hang them with string from the tree. On Thanksgiving Day, read out each leaf.

Thank You ABC's: Ask your child(ren) to name something they are grateful for starting with each letter of the alphabet. Take turns and give them 5 seconds. This can be an especially fun car game.

Gratitude Jar: Decorate a mason jar with your kids. Each day before bed, write notes about what made them grateful that day. On Thanksgiving re-read all of your notes and have fun remembering everything your family is thankful for during the month.

We are sincerely thankful to all of our children and their families! We appreciate your love & support!



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  • November 7 - 13: Young Readers Week
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  • November 13: World Kindness Day
  • November 25: Happy Thanksgiving
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