Synopses & Reviews
The more we notice and appreciate all the good things around us, the better we feel -- and the better we feel, the more good we can do for others. Thank You offers simple ways kids can be aware of the gifts at hand in their lives -- and reap the feel-good benefits. The book features 50 simple activity prompts, from starting a gratitude journal and taking a thankfulness walk to playing gratitude games at the dinner table and making thankful flowers (the petals represent points of gratitude), that go beyond simply saying "thanks." They involve noticing the good in the world and reaching out to others to express thankfulness (and not just on Thanksgiving ). Each page offers an encouraging, uplifting, actionable way to help kids recognize they are fortunate -- and to feel good about their place in the world.