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20 Gratitude Activities for Kids

by Rebecca Eanes

Gratitude Circle and Give Thanks

5. Add the gratitude circle into your bedtime routine. Have the family sit in a circle and each person name something they’re grateful for.

6. Say grace before meals. A simple yet often overlooked gratitude practice, saying grace before we eat is a small way to teach kids to be thankful. If you’re not religious, here are some secular examples to give thanks.

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