30 Days of Gratitude Writing Prompt Checklist for Kids
Start a daily journaling gratitude activity with your kids.
Gratitude journaling is a great way to help kids reflect and record their blessings. Journaling can also help kids develop art skills, flex their creativity, and improve their vocabulary and writing skills. These thirty gratitude writing and drawing prompts are everything you need to start your own journaling practice with your family.
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Example Prompts from this worksheet:
- Who were the last three people you said thank you to? Why did you say it?
- What are three things your parents do for you that you are grateful for?
- What is one way you can express your gratitude for something nice that has been done for you recently?
- Draw a picture of a place that makes you feel happy and safe.
- Write an acrostic poem using the word grateful.
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