Poster with spaces to fill in what you may be grateful for

Gratitude can come in many forms. You can be grateful for friends, family, food, fresh air, music, or even time to rest. 

Research shows that gratitude plays a significant role in children's wellbeing and development. When sharing what you're grateful for with others, the impact is magnified.

Display this poster on the front door of your foyer, on the door of each room, or make your own with a chalkboard or whiteboard. Before families come in, encourage them to note down what they and their child are grateful for today! Pop some writing tools close by for families to use.

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Emotional regulation
Mental health