Gratitude may come naturally to some, but for most of us it is a virtue that needs to be cultivated and practiced. There is no better time to foster gratitude than during this month of thanks and giving. We can take this opportunity to shape the culture of families toward one of appreciation.
Here are six simple ways for families to show gratitude and thanks during the month of November. They don’t require fancy equipment or lots of cash. In fact, most cost nothing more than a few minutes or hours of your time:
1. Make a gratitude board.
Encourage children to look for ways they can be grateful each day.