Let’s make it a habit for our kids to display gratitude daily instead of once a year. Having a spirit of gratitude takes so much more than having a thanksgiving themed learning in the month of November.
The truth is that when we are grateful for those things around us, we tend to have more joy. We also tend to look to help others instead of dwelling on what we don’t have.
This FREE printable gratitude handwriting prompt will your kids to practice handwriting and express gratitude daily in the things around them.
As I write this, I am feeling very convicted. I should feel convicted. I just finished admitting to my husband how much I would love for us to have a modern and new home. I grow that sometimes. Some days are better than others.
I moved to a second-world country with my husband so he could help his parents as they are getting older. Living in a home without the conveniences we usually have in America can get you in a rut fairly quickly.
Let’s stop to help our children be grateful for the little things the Lord has so chosen to bless us with.
Grab these resources to help your kids build good character and count blessings at home.
- FREE Printable Simple Gratitude Craft
- Mommy & Me Gratitude Journals
- FREE Daily Gratitude Notebooking Pages
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