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    NOVEMBER


    Gratitude

    There is a lot going on this time of year. Try taking a moment to think of something you are grateful for each day. This could be right before you go to sleep, when you get home, or right after dinner. Some questions you can ask yourself are: What did you enjoy today? What went well today? Did someone do something kind? Did you eat or drink something that tasted good? Did you have a good conversation with a friend? Remember that gratitude doesn't exist in a vacuum and other feelings may come up as well, and that is ok!

     

    Communications

    • Bulletin Board
    • School Announcements
      • “In the spirit of the Thanksgiving holiday this month, try taking a moment to think of something you are grateful for each day. Some questions you can ask yourself are: What did you enjoy today? What went well today? Did someone do something kind? Did you eat or drink something that tasted good? Did you have a good conversation with a friend?"
      • “What is gratitude? It is the feeling of being thankful by recognizing that you have something that you appreciate. You can be grateful for a gift, someone's help, an act of kindness, a friendship, or anything good that happened to you. Try expressing gratitude to someone today."

     

    Learning for Students

    • Have a discussion to deepen students' experience of gratitude.

     

    Activities

    • Write thank you notes to someone or yourself.
    • Start a gratitude journal with students and set aside time once a week to write 3-5 things you are grateful for. 

     

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Last Modified on August 22, 2019