There’s a lot to be gained from practicing gratitude. Research has shown that gratitude plays a major role in our well-being and success. And it’s a ripple effect: when we feel good physically, mentally, emotionally, and socially, we are more likely to share these positive feelings with the children we work with. By practicing gratitude with our children, everyone is more likely to be happy, optimistic, and feel more satisfied with school, family, community, and friends.
Our 14-page toolkit includes:
The science of gratitude
5 gratitude practices for children and teens
3 gratitude practices for adults
3 children’s book recommendations on gratitude
2 journal activities
No previous yoga experience or extra equipment necessary
Practice gratitude in your classroom or at home.
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