Want grateful kids? Use our 30 gratitude prompts for kids to create a gratitude journal. A gratitude focused activity to encourage your child to be more thankful.
Here’s how to kickstart this simple 30 day gratitude challenge!
What are thankful prompts for kids?
One way to encourage children to observe the world around them and teach gratitude is by creating a gratitude journal together. This collection of writing prompts will help your child reflect on family, friends and their community to find all the things they are grateful for in their daily lives.
This gratitude challenge is a thoughtful way to connect and bond together with your child and their world. It makes for a sweet keepsake as well this holiday season.
Here are 30 questions to encourage gratitude in kids.
You made it! 30 Gratitude Prompts for kids to answer and explore more about themselves and the things that they are grateful for in their lives.
I used each of these prompts to create a printable gratitude journal for your child. The quickest way to raise thankful kids is to practice journaling!
You can use these Printable Gratitude Journaling Pages for Kids to get started!
These simple 30 Gratitude Challenges are purposefully not labeled by number or put into a calendar format so that your child can pick and choose from the list to describe things they grateful for.
To take this gratitude challenge a step further, as a family, I’d encourage you at the dinner table each day, name three new things that you’re grateful for. No repeats and no skipped days. On days when you can’t think of three things, dig deep.
You can use these printable dinner table gratitude cards to help with this gratitude activity.
“Gratitude is shown to be a dramatic shaper of happiness and well being. It’s free, easy, and has no negative side effects. So if you’re taking on a November gratitude challenge, do yourself a favor and try this three new things method. Naming one thing isn’t going to cut it. It’s not going to grow your gratitude muscle. Make your efforts worth it this November. Dig deep and find small sources of gratitude, no matter how tiny!”
– Dr. Allison
Here’s a look at the pages includes in this gratitude journal for kids. We’ve included prompts, response pages, weekly, daily and month journal sheets to pick and choose what you want to do together.
This gratitude journal contains 26 printable pages for your child.
You can print multiple sets to continue your gratitude journaling throughout the year.
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As we focus on gratitude, here are a few craft ideas for sharing gratitude and thankfulness for your child.
Work on household chores and create a new way of Teaching Gratitude at Home with Your Child while getting your house ready for holiday guests.
Decorate the house with this easy DIY Thankful Banner Idea for Kids.
Create a Magnetic Thankful Tree to display in your home for Thanksgiving.
Here is a set of Kindness Elves Free Printables to inspire your family for a celebration of kindness and giving to others.
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Here are some books that are focused on gratitude to include in your bedtime storytime this month as you take the 30 Day Gratitude challenge.
You may also find this heartwarming collection of Kindness books helpful too!
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