More than 100 Ways to Raise a Grateful Child
Most of us want to raise children who are grateful, kind and compassionate. How we treat our kids and the relationships we build with them lay the groundwork for everything in their lives. We model for them what it looks like to be grateful, kind and compassionate. The BLOOM approach is the best way I know to raise amazing people. If the approach works with angry, anxious and over-the-top kids, imagine what it can do for your child! We can also teach characteristics of gratitude and compassion to our children in intentional ways.
A Round-up of Ideas
Below, you'll find a round-up of ideas and activities that help build these skills in your own kids and in the kids with whom you work!
10 Ways to Raise a Grateful Kid PBS
5 Ways to Raise a Grateful Child Parenting
7 Ways to Raise Grateful Kids MindBodyGreen
8 Tips for Raising a Thankful Child Zero to
Part of Being Grateful Means Giving Back
Part of being grateful means giving back and sharing the wealth in a number of ways. These next two links will provide you with some wonderful ideas. It may even help spark a few ideas of your own!
17 Ideas for Raising Grateful and Kind Kids Brad Aronson's Blog and also...
83 Randon Acts of Kindness
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