The Act of Gratitude, It’s Our’s to Teach
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The Act of Gratitude, It’s Our’s to Teach

You know the moment I’m thinking of – the moment when your son/daughter are handed a gift from a friend – and then nothing happens. Those next few seconds are very important. Showing gratitude, like, “Thank you Aunt Sally for the gift!” is what we want to hear. But does it always happen?
I recently shared my experience on teaching the act of gratitude to children on I encourage you to visit the post and read about the three primary ways for our children to show gratitude when they receive a gift. It is a very important behavior we want to instill in our children.

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Always remember that our children learn best with modeled behavior. If they don’t see you show gratitude, they likely won’t pick up on that behavior as well.

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