10 Ideas For Teaching Generosity & Gratitude To Children

It’s November 1st which means the start of the season of Thanksgiving. While I’m always trying to teach my children to be thankful for what they have and generous to others, the month of November always seems to be a time when I really focus on new ways to teach these two things to my kids. I’ve rounded up 10 great ideas that I’m hoping to put into practice over the next couple months.

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Gratitude Tree from Kid’s Activities Blog

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The Grateful Five from Homemade By Lauren

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Christmas Giving List

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Being Grateful For Gifts We Don’t Want from Fit Kids Clubhouse

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Jar of Sacrifice from The House of Hendrix

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Gratitude Wreaths from Critters and Crayons

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Gratitude Jar from Paper Coterie

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Teaching Children To Think Of Others from Moments a Day

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Being Grateful For Their Home from The Educators’ Spin On It

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Thanksgiving Banner of Gratitude from mom.me

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and as a bonus….

15 Ways to Teach Children to be Grateful from A Holy Experience