Create a culture of gratitude in your Spanish class!
Print and copy one, 14-page journal for each of your students. Start class each day in November talking about what you are grateful for! Each day focuses on a different kind of thing to be grateful for; for example:
Students illustrate their response to the prompt, then they answer some simple questions (in Spanish) to reflect on it further. We recommend using it as a discussion prompt for the beginning of each class day in November!
Alternatively, the pages can be printed single-sided and distributed as half-page, single copies– perfect if you only have time to do this activity once or twice during the month!
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BONUS: In addition to the journal pages, which can be used in any school setting, I have included six coloring pages for Christian school settings. This idea came from a friend that teaches in a Christian homeschool Co-op. In addition to the gratitude prompt, each coloring page also includes Psalms 107:1 and a comprehension activity for the verse.