Book Review: Making Grateful Kids – How to Teach Gratitude to Kids
[Source: Bounceback Parenting]
More than saying an automatic ‘thank you’, gratitude is a character strength that supports our most positive life experiences and it’s much more than good manners. When I looked at how to teach gratitude to a child, beyond the basics of sending a thank you note, I learned that researchers at the Greater Good Institute have found that gratitude consists of four different parts. Nurturing all four parts will help our kids more deeply experience and benefit from gratitude in their lives.
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