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Weekly Gratitude Diary

Encourage your children to think about all the amazing things in their lives by writing down one thing they are thankful for each day.

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Encourage your children to think about all the amazing things in their lives by writing down one thing they are thankful for each day.

Gratefulness has amazing benefits for mental – and physical health. For example, writing down what we are thankful for on a regular basis has been shown to improve our mood and even our sleep quality.

About this resource:

This diary serves as a practical tool for introducing and nurturing gratitude in children. It provides a structured format for children to record their thoughts and feelings of gratitude, promoting a regular practice of appreciation and reflection.

• Weekly Gratitude Diary: The Weekly Gratitude Diary is a wonderful resource that encourages children to cultivate a mindset of gratitude by writing down one thing they are thankful for each day. This diary promotes positive thinking, mindfulness, and a sense of calm.
• Feel-Good and Positive Thinking: By focusing on gratitude, children can experience a boost in their mood and overall well-being. The act of identifying and acknowledging the amazing things in their lives helps to develop a positive mindset and helps children appreciate and focus on the good things around them.
• Calming and Mindful: Engaging in gratitude activities encourages children to be present and mindful as they reflect on the positive aspects of their day. It promotes a sense of calm and contentment, helping children develop resilience and the ability to cope with daily challenges.

The Weekly Gratitude Diary is a valuable resource for parents, professionals, and teachers seeking to improve children’s self esteem, ease anxiety or improve low mood. It can be used as a daily practise at home, in therapeutic settings, or as part of classroom activities to promote a positive and accepting environment.

This resource is a valuable asset for promoting positive thinking and mindfulness in children.