Day 8 Gratitude Card Idea: Who did something nice for you this week?
Send them a thank you note! If you need help on how to write a thank you note . . . see below. This will help your kids write thank you notes too!
Today I want to remind you 2 components of a well-written thank you card.
Thanksgiving Activities for Kids
1. Be Specific
When you write thank you cards, be specific about what you are thanking your recipient. If your recipient did something for you, tell them specifically how their action impacted you. If your recipient gave you something, tell them specifically how that gift impacted you.
2. Be Sincere
Being sincere should be obvious, but not everyone follows the sincerity rule. Thank you cards should be sincere, not a lot of fluff. A good thank you card is a heartfelt card, telling that person what you feel from the heart.
If you have children taking our 30 Days of Gratitude Challenge, you will need to teach them how to write a thank you note. I’ll share some ideas later, but these 2 S’s are a good place to start.
Use my ‘How to Write a Thank You Letter’ free printable to get started. Just fill in your name & email below to receive the outline. Print out one for each thank you card your child needs to write.
Question: How do you encourage your kids to write thank you notes.? You can leave a comment by clicking here.
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