7 Things About gratitude quotes for kids You’ll Kick Yourself for Not Knowing

I love the idea of these funny, catchy quotes that kids can use as talking points all the time. I have been using this phrase with my kids for over a decade, and love it, so I think it is going to stay that way for a long time.

My favorite examples of this are the ones that are specifically geared toward kids.

As you can imagine, I am very passionate about these quotes and how we can use them to communicate to kids and talk to each other. There are five quotes that I like the most that are geared toward kids, specifically.

“You are doing so much for me. You are so amazing to me. Thank you, thank you, thank you. I love you so much.

These are just a few of the hundreds of kids’ quotes that I have found over the last 7 years that you can use on your own kids. They are short, sweet, and very heartfelt. Just make sure they are appropriate for kids.If you have a child, you can use these the same way. Just make sure you are not using them for adults.

Most of these are just to use or share. I would also recommend using these as a reward for a good day’s work.

I do know that gratitude is good for kids, but I also think it’s the wrong way to go about it. I would encourage you to learn how to express gratitude in a healthy way that your kids will understand, and you can help them by sharing it with them.

The trick is to learn how to say it in such a way that it doesn’t feel like a punishment. Instead of rewarding yourself with candy or sweets, say thank you to your parents or teachers/supervisors for all of the good things they have done for you. This will leave your kids with a greater appreciation of the good things they have in their lives, and hopefully it will help them to develop self-worth.

My own kids have an abundance of things they think they have to be grateful for, and when I start to say it, it can be really draining to them. I have found it helps to give them short, simple, but pointed, thank you quotes, that they can remember and really think about.

I like to give them a list of all the things they have done for me each day. Often they can’t quite remember all the things that I’ve done for them, so I give them a list of all the things I’ve done for them. Then I say, “For today, I’m really grateful for this…”, and they can remember all the things that I’ve done for them.

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