This thanksgiving "pocket journal" is the perfect writing activity for November. 32 writing prompts offer students an opportunity to reflect on gratitude.
Did you know that people who regularly practice gratitude by acknowledging what they are thankful for are happier and healthier than those who do not.
With all the pressure on our students, they can forget to look around, smell the flowers, and be grateful for the amazing world we live in (that is easy for us to do as well!).
This little gratitude journal is easy to use -- just print, cut the prompts apart (two per page), and collate.
There are 32 prompts that help students practice thinking about their lives with gratitude -- use daily or weekly. The prompts vary from quotes to reflection questions. The mini journal easy to stash in a folder and retrieve for morning reflection or journal time.
This resource includes:
* directions for student and teacher use
* 32 prompts -- two per page -- use as few or many as you like
* Quotes about gratitude as well as open ended questions that help students practice gratitude.
This journal offers an alternative to traditional journal prompts -- with lifelong benefits!
Want to go paperless? Here is a digital notebook students can use:
Digital Gratitude Journal
You may also be interested in:
Inspirational Quotes of Gratitude
Hope is the Thing with Feathers
Canticle of the Sun
Nothing Gold Can Stay
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