How do you cultivate an attitude of gratitude during the holiday season?
From gratitude vision boards to writing thank you notes, we have found several ideas for you to create with your students.
Did you know that practicing an attitude of gratitude has been shown to have a positive effect on a person’s mental well-being? It can increase contentment in life and reduce anxiety and depression among other benefits.
Three ways you can encourage an attitude of gratitude this holiday season are writing thank you letters, making gratitude journals, and creating gratitude lists with your students.
We have collected a list of free resources to help get you started.
Thank You Letters
Thank-you note tips for children and teens from The Emily Post Institute.
A step by step guide to write a heartfelt thank you note from Institute for Excellence in Writing.
Teaching your child how to write a thank you note from imom
37 printable kids thank you notes on Pinterest.
Free printable gratitude journal from Research Parent.
30 days of journal prompts and acts of kindness fromCreative Child.
Find a gratitude quote to write in your journal and then add what the quote means to you. Here is a great list of quotes from Sources of Insight.
Watch how Kid President uses a legal notepad to create his 25 Reasons To Be Thankful List.
A collection of bullet journal gratitude logs to inspire action from Productive & Pretty.
Learn how to create a gratitude vision board at Make A Vision Board.