Grateful people report higher levels of positive emotions, life satisfaction, vitality, optimism and lower levels of depression and stress.
Children who practice grateful thinking have more positive attitudes toward school and their families.
These worksheets are meant to be simple and easy for a child to use.
This should be an activity a child can do easily without frustration.
It should b an enjoyable experience.
• When using these worksheets children can experience gratitude for small things or for things that may seem more important. Thank you for my pencil. Thank you for my toothbrush. Thank you that I can walk and run and play.
• This set of worksheets offers two to a page. Children write sentences of what they are grateful for. Cut this in half and use one for one day and the other the next day.
Thank you for using this Gratitude eWorkbook.
Sylvia & Pat