30 daily statements to encourage children to express and experience gratitude. Pick one a day, read it, talk about it and then exclaim ‘I am full of thanks!’
Contains 3 blank pieces of paper so on those days, it’s up to the child to decide what they are most thankful for.
It’s never been more important to support children’s mental health and wellbeing and my jars provide a talking point between child and adult to focus on the highlights of the day in a positive way. Studies have found that gratitude is linked to happiness in children by age 5 so let’s try to instill gratitude in young children to support them in growing up to be more reflective adults.