Gratefulness In School

vs. entitlement

Appreciating what I have and how others help me

To practice Gratefulness, I will:

      • show others how much I appreciate them
      • write thank-you notes
      • take care of what I have
      • count my benefits rather than my burdens
      • be content

Expressing Gratitude

Expressing Gratitude exercises your Gratefulness muscles and makes you more aware of additional things for which to be Grateful.  Having Gratitude practices in the classroom helps students to exercise their Gratefulness muscles, making them easier to use in other settings.  How can you model Gratefulness with other teachers or your students?  What can you do to help students be Grateful to their classmates, school personnel, families, coaches, and all the others that contribute to their life?  It’s easy to be grateful this time of year, but the real challenge is setting the stage for the experience year-round.

How will you encourage Gratefulness?

The Links below will take you to Resources you can use in the classroom or in homeschool
to teach the Character Quality of Gratefulness.
Our other Pillars have resources that can be used in an educational setting or for education professionals.

Visit Gratefulness in Business>>

Power Up with Character
Interview Questions
Adult Business Books

Visit Gracefulness in the Community>>

Character All Month Calendar
Related Qualities
Character Holiday Activities
Family Activity (with a printable for sending home to parents)

Visit Gratefulness in Faith>>

Christian Family Activity
Bible Verses
Christian Poster
Prayer and Reflections
Archived Resources